Gain the skills you need to manage change in the workplace.
Learn the basics of managing change, why change succeeds or fails and why change is so difficult, and develop techniques to overcoming resistance to change. You’ll learn the elements of an effective change strategy and begin to develop an overall Change Management Action Plan.
Can be taken individually or as part of the Leadership and Management Certificate Program.
October 26, 28
6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Who can benefit:
- Leaders/Managers who want to understand how to implement or manage change
- Any Employees who wants to learn more about handling change
- Employees New to Management
- Recently Promoted Employees
- Individuals or Entrepreneurs wishing to grow their business
Glenn Courounis, Human Resources/OD Leader
Glenn Courounis has over 40 years of human resources experience in the New York metro area. His areas of expertise include organizational development, leadership, employee engagement, and labor and employee relations. He has held multiple leadership positions including Vice President of Human Resources at Lenox Hill Hospital; Senior Vice President of Human Resources at CenterLight Health System; Senior Vice President of Human Resources at Bon Secours Health System, and Director of Labor and Employee Relations at Mount Sinai Hospital. He began his career as a union representative for the New York State Nurses Association, and also worked as a human resources consultant at Towers Perrin (now Towers Watson).
He most recently served as Nassau Queens PPS’s Director of Organizational Development, responsible for overseeing DSRIP Workforce initiatives including developing and coordinating training programs, college outreach, and communications. He currently provides Human Resources, management and organizational development consulting and training within his LLC, Bonus HR Consulting. He teaches multiple courses as an Adjunct Professor in the Robert B. Willumstad School of Business MBA program at Adelphi University in Garden City, NY, and as an Instructor with Nassau Community College.
Mr. Courounis has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration/Psychology from SUNY Albany and a Master of Science degree in Industrial Relations from Rutgers University.