In January, the first cohort of the University of Ottawa’s new Institute for Strategic Communications and Change began at its Centre for Continuing Education.
Led by Caroline Kealey, director and lead instructor, this exciting certificate-based leadership program offers professionals the opportunity to gain new expertise and maximize their abilities through the latest in best practices in strategic communications and change management.
Who is the program for?
The Institute for Strategic Communications and Change is specifically designed to meet the needs of:
- Communications directors, managers, officers
- Human Resources directors, managers, officers with a mandate to support change
- Change management professionals
- Agents of change
Course content focuses on the particular challenges faced by professionals working in the public or para-public sector (e.g. associations, NGOs, not-for-profits, and institutes).
What makes this program different?
The Institute for Strategic Communications and Change is the first professional development program that addresses the overlapping environments of communications and change, targeting the new set of abilities and tools required. The program provides access to the Results MapTM, a world-class, practical best practice methodology. Through full and half-day sessions, participants benefit from a highly engaging learning experience that includes a mix of instruction, hands-on exercises, active learning session, case study work, expert guest speakers and coaches.
How do I apply?
The second cohort of the Institute for Strategic Communications and Change begins May 9, 2017. Registrations for the first cohort filled up quickly, apply now and don’t miss out. The application deadline is April 14th.