Welcome to the Online Learning Center

Welcome to the Online Learning Center

Leadership Development for Changing Organizations | taught by Chris Edgelow

Course description



Welcome to our Online Learning Center.


Leadership development is essential in changing organizations.

Unfortunately, most changing organizations are well managed, but substantially short on quality leadership. 

The good news is that leadership skills that ensure successful change are easily learned. 

We have been helping changing organizations develop compentent leaders for more than 30 years. 

Our Online Learning Center was created to provide a variety of world-class courses and tools for developing capable leadership in changing organizations. 

Here you will find an introduction and overview of the courses and resources available that we have shared in hundreds of changing organizations, just like yours.

This introduction only takes 6 minutes. Grab a coffee and have a look. We are sure you will find something to benefit you and your changing organization.

If you have any questions, please contact us by emailor call us toll-free at 1-888-944-8383.

Push the Enroll for free button on the top banner to watch this short video.



Chris Edgelow
Chris Edgelow
Guide to Changing Organizations

Chris Edgelow, Founder and President of Sundance Consulting Inc. and Lost Creek Press Limited, has been helping people and organizations change for more than 30 years. His travels to client organizations have taken him around the world. 

Throughout his career, Chris has written an extensive collection of articles, booklets, assessment tools, workbooks, facilitator guides and eLearning courses. Consistent feedback has always highlighted his practial, thoughtful approach to leadership and change that is easily applied to a variety of situations. 

A complete biography can be found here.

Chris Edgelow

chris@sundance.ca

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Sounds good!

by Margaret Shaikh

Sounds good!

by Margaret Shaikh