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It Starts with a Change Practitioner

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Change practitioners have the knowledge and skills to help people embrace change by supporting them through the change process. For many change practitioners, this is a full-time role. For others, change management capabilities are applied in the context of related disciplines. In this webinar, we will explore the change practitioner role, variations in how it comes to life within organizations, and practical paths to grow and succeed in this role.
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Level: Beginner to Intermediate
Who’s this for: Project/Program managers, project teams, and anyone responsible for delivering results on a critical initiative.

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