change management training
Be a catalyst for change within your organization
Simatree is offering a new, three day virtual training course focused on providing you with a framework to understand and manage organizational change. As a result of this course, you will be prepared to lead change within your organization through an enhanced understanding of, and ability to apply, best-in-class theories, tools, and archival studies. Anchored to the Association of Change Management Professional’s (ACMP) Standard for Change Management, this program will prepare you not only to manage change within your organization, but also sit for the ACMP’s Certified Change Management Professional (CCMP™) Exam.
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Dr. Patrick McCreesh provides executive leadership on strategy, analytics, and change management through consulting, facilitation, and research. He successfully leads teams to develop strategic plans, analytics programs, and guide change management on large-scale transformations. Patrick designs and executes institutions that are built to last with 18 years of consulting experience including more than a decade with consulting-leader Booz Allen Hamilton.
He is a leader in the global change management community. Patrick brings global best practices to each engagement as a Certified Change Management Professional™, a Prosci Certified Practitioner, and a Project Management Professional. He also teaches change, leadership, and team development at George Mason and Georgetown Universities, and serves on the Association of Change Management Professionals (ACMP) Global Board. Patrick completed his Ph.D. in Public Policy from George Mason University, earned a Master of Public Policy from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, and he holds a BA in Foreign Affairs and History from the University of Virginia.
Dr. Victoria M Grady is the Academic Director of the MBA/MSM Graduate Programs and Assistant Professor of Management/Organizational Behavior in the School of Business at George Mason University. Victoria’s research portfolio focuses on the behavioral implications of organizations introducing and implementing organizational change. Her unique emphasis is the role of Attachment Behavior and Transitional Objects within the change process.
Victoria’s research includes work with United States (U.S.) Federal Government Agencies, Private and Public Healthcare Organizations in the U.S. and abroad, K-12 and Higher Education Institutions, Nuclear Power Plants, and Non-Profit Associations. Victoria’s original research focused on defining the organizational symptoms of Attachment Behavior and the related impact on the change process. Recently, she completed a collaborative research pilot with colleagues in the United Kingdom (U.K.) to actively develop and define Attachment Styles in organizations.