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Commencing your career in Change Management?

We understand you want to make an impression in the field of Change Management.

You may also want to help others understand what Change Management is and the vital role it plays.

Capability

  • Build new skills and knowledge. As a member, you get access to the latest thinking, evidence-based case studies, and deep dives into particular topics of interest. There is an opportunity for mentoring from an experienced change practitioner that is ideal for this stage in your career.

Credibility

  • Obtain tools, frameworks, and accreditation to demonstrate to your employer the value of specialist skills that are independently verified and recognized. The Foundation Level Accreditation is perfect for this stage of your career.

Connections

  • Build a supportive network where you can share learnings and discover new job opportunities.

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CMBoK Reference Book 

 The Change Management Body of Knowledge (CMBoK™)

“The Effective Change Manager”

As organisations adapt to the new paradigm of compounding and evolving change, so too has the change industry’s leading resource for change professionals, the CMBoK™. The latest edition of CMBoK builds essential capabilities and provides new models and frameworks that help you excel and lead in this dynamic and challenging time.

Buy your copy of the latest CMBoKEffective Change Manager’ reference book.

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