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Leading and Managing through Change and Disruption Undergraduate Certificate


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Program Information


In today’s disruptive, chaotic, and constantly changing business environment, leaders and managers in any organization must find a way to not only succeed and survive but to also help their people thrive and stay engaged. Increasingly, employees look to their organizations to help them find value, meaning, and purpose in their work. Moreover, employees look for ways to be innovative and creative in getting work done. Those who lead and manage are in an excellent position to help support employees to be innovative and actually thrive despite ongoing change and disruption both within and beyond their workplaces.

This certificate is designed to help established and aspiring/emerging leaders and managers (talent development, leadership, and management pipeline) at all levels in the organization gain practical and operational insight that can help employees find meaning and value in their work. This certificate is based on the fact that leaders and managers are the key and critical flash points for building and sustaining employee engagement and performance in a constantly changing organizational environment.

Courses are delivered by experienced and knowledgeable professionals and consultants who understand what people need in order to bring their best selves and most valued contribution to their organizations. Our instructors have years of experience working with public and private organizations, local and global NGOs, nonprofits, and government agencies and departments.

Students must complete 9 of the 12 units of the program at Golden Gate University and must earn a minimum GPA of 2.0 “C” or better.

See Certificate Program Admission Policies  and Undergraduate Transfer Credit Policies  for more information.

Course prerequisites are indicated in the course description for each course and must be satisfied prior to enrolling in a given course. Prerequisites may be satisfied through transfer of equivalent coursework from external institutions or by taking the courses at GGU.

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