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Project managers, executive stakeholders, program managers, anyone with a PMP credential


Seventy percent of all organizational change efforts fail due to miscommunication. Do you want to be one of those statistics? Are you having trouble getting employees on board during an organizational change? Employees don’t like change and will typically resist it. The role of clear communication during an organizational change is imperative for a successful change implementation. How, when, and who the change is communicated to has a major impact on whether employees will resist or support the change and whether the change succeeds or fails.

We will discuss how to successfully lead an organization through change by effectively communicating with employees, customers, and stakeholders so that they are excited about the change, see the value of it, and actively participate in making the change successful.


  • Avoid 3 costly communication mistakes that alienate employees
  • Utilize best communication practices to gain employee support (WBS)
  • Deflect uncertainty and anxiety surrounding organizational change
  • Create alignment between organizational culture and the change

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