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Just 30% of change programmes work

Join the minority: make yours one


Are you responsible for leading change? Perhaps you’re tasked with reducing costs, and growing the business, or maybe your company needs to disrupt and innovate? Whatever the conditions for change, the biggest task lies with you.


Why is change so hard? Because humans find dealing with uncertainty tough. They also struggle to see how introducing change programmes – 70% of which fail, according to global business consultant McKinsey & Company – benefit their organisation. But knowing change is coming and planning for it is more bearable than facing uncertainty.

How you benefit from our Leading Change Programme:


  • Learn classic change management mistakes – as well as important, less-common traps
  • Identify and respond to a change challenge – how likely is change success for your business?
  • Promote positive change – inspire confidence in stakeholders with varied agendas
  • Drive action – empower others to unite and support the change strategy
  • Script your change narrative – what story will you tell?
  • Benefit from dedicated, strategically matched coaching support – available both during and after the programme.**

Hiring change consultants has never been so popular: the consultant market – those brought in to manage change – grew 6.1% to US$125.2 billion in 2014***. Yet, to inspire socially constructed change – which is embraced, not prescribed – it must start with you.


Rouse people to embrace, believe and design change, with you by their side.

The Leading Change Experience


Faculty insights


Courage, care and communication: a toolkit to lead through change

Richard Jolly

Being a leader in this time of flux is a challenge. How will you come up on the winning side?

Read now

7 questions to ask before leading change

Dan Cable

Dan Cable recommends you stop and ask seven important questions before implementing your grand change ambitions.

Read now

*Carolyn Aiken and Scott Keller ‘The irrational side of change management’, McKinsey & Company, 2009

**Coaching offered up to three months post-programme

***Gartner ‘Market Share Analysis: Consulting Services, Worldwide, 2014

Key details

  • Duration: 5 days
  • Next Start: 05 Sep 2016
  • Fees: £7,200
  • Location: London
  • Next programme dates:


    • 05-09 Sep 2016
    • 21-25 Nov 2016
    • 27-31 Mar 2017*
    • 04-08 Sep 2017*
    • 04-08 Dec 2017*

    *Fees for programmes starting in 2017 are: £7,300

Contact us

Contact Evelyn Andrews, Programme Associate.


Email: lcp@london.edu

Tel: +44 (0)20 7000 7324

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