Redefining Yourself after Organizational Change

Individuals who wish to develop or refine their skills for dealing with organizational change


Expected Duration
29 minutes

Whether it’s upsizing, downsizing, relocation, new processes, or a complete reorganization, organizational change is inevitable in today’s business environment. It’s important to not just survive organizational change, but thriving in it, empowering yourself to take control of your career, recognize new opportunities, and propel your career forward. In this course, you will learn the importance of being prepared for organizational change as well as the essential skills needed to handle it. These skills include a willingness to take risks, having an openness to the unknown, and being able to manage yourself through change. The course details the best practices of building self-motivation, which is key to being prepared for organizational change, and it introduces the idea of reframing as a coping method for accepting organizational change. Finally, this course covers the importance of recognizing and capitalizing on the career opportunities presented by organizational change, including having a career plan.


Change Brings Opportunities

  • recognize how to use key skills to effectively handle change
  • identify strategies for building self-motivation
  • recognize statements that demonstrate a person is moving from resistance to acceptance
  • recognize examples of reframed attitudes toward change
  • identify ways you can reinvent yourself after change
  • recognize the benefits of proactively capitalizing on organizational change
  • recognize the elements of a career plan





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