Effective leaders know that engaging colleagues, staff and other stakeholders to commit to change rarely involves pronouncements from on high. Rather, it takes working with small groups of the “almost committed” or “weakly opposed” to gain allies and build coalitions. The objective of this session is to develop practical strategies, based on the psychology of teams and decision making, to influence change.
Professor Brian Golden is the Sandra Rotman Chaired Professor in Health Sector Strategy at the the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management and The University Health Network. He is the Academic Co-Director for the Rotman-SDA Bocconi Global Executive MBA and the Rotman Global Executive MBA for Healthcare and the Life Sciences programs and has previously served as Vice-Dean, MBA Programs at the University of Toronto.
Professor Golden's expertise lies in the area of Organizational Psychology. He conducts research in the areas of strategic change and implementation, organizational strategy, and leadership. For Professor Golden's full biography, please click here.
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About the program
Truly global, distinctly personal. Offered by two leading business schools, the Rotman-SDA Bocconi Global Executive MBA is a transformative program with a highly personalized focus on leadership development.