"Many people make good decisions for today. The harder decisions are often better for the long run."
Client Representative, Lincoln University AgResearch Joint Facility
Programme: Leading Change
Nationality: New Zealander
Empower and inspire your people to create a change-ready organisation.
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Industry of recent participants
Inspire buy-in through your network, and achieve change through positivity and inclusion.
You can apply to the programme of your choice online. Acceptance is not automatic and your application will be reviewed by our team of Programme Consultants to ensure the best fit between applicants and programmes. Spaces on our programmes can fill up quickly so we encourage you to apply early and ensure your submission is as comprehensive as possible.
It covers all required study materials, programme activities and excursions, as well as refreshments and most meals.
Please check directly with the relevant embassy in your home country to determine whether you need an entry visa for the country where the programme will be held.
This programme can be delivered in-person at our London campus or online. The format options available to you are shown under the ‘location’ tab next to the dates at the top of this page.
To find out more contact our Programme Consultant.
Professor of Organisational Behaviour
Professor Cable is the Academic Director of the programme. He focuses on understanding the psychology of sustainable change, managing resistance to change, understanding the power and principles of managing ‘why’ during the change process and purpose, and building engagement.
Organisations ranging from high-tech start-ups to the World Economic Forum. Clients include Arla Foods, Areva, Danone, Deutsche Bank, McDonald’s, Novant Health, PwC, Rabobank and Twinings.
Professor Cable’s areas of interest include employee engagement, leading change, organisational culture and its effects on competitive advantage, leadership development and the link between brands and employee behaviours. He is the author of Change to Strange: Create a Great Organization by Building a Strange Workforce and winner of the McCormick Award for Distinguished Research Contributions from the Society for Industrial and Organisational Psychology. His research focuses on cultural fit, talent management, organisational entry processes, incentive schemes and career success..
This programme can also be taken as part of the Certificate in Management. Enhance your leadership approach, hone your business skills and curate your own curriculum with a blend of online and in-person learning.
Submit your application through our online application form.
Not ready to apply yet? Reserve a place
We recommend you apply at least three months before the programme starts to guarantee your place. The application form will take approximately 15 to 30 minutes to complete.
We’ll acknowledge receipt of your application by email within 48 hours, if it’s received during normal working hours (Mon-Fri – 09:00-18:00 GMT). We will review and respond to your application within two working days. We do this in order of receipt and acceptance is not automatic.
Yes. We can hold a provisional place for you for up to two weeks, but be aware that completed applications take priority and programmes often fill up several months in advance. You can reserve a place online, by phone or by email.
Tel: +44 (0)20 7000 7302 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The programme is taught in English, so a good working knowledge of the language is essential. If English is not your first language, we may ask you for evidence of your proficiency.
The fee for programmes starting in 2021 is £8,100.*
We offer a 25% discount for London Business School Alumni.
For more information on what the programme fee covers please speak to our Programme Consultant.
*Fees are subject to change.