Program Curriculum


The program is delivered online in a modular fashion, through a dynamic mix of real-time group sessions, peer learning, guest speakers and individual coaching.

Participants benefit from a highly engaging online learning experience that includes a mix of synchronous and asynchronous experiences, plenary excercises, case study work and expert guest speakers, maximizing flexibility, value and customization. Upon successful completion of the program, participants earn a University of Ottawa Certificate in Strategic Communications & Change, recognizing their enhanced and
newly acquired skills, knowledge and accomplishment.

Cohort Curriculum

Nov. 2, 2021 9am-12pm

Overview and Context: Strategic Communications & Change

  • Discovering the landscape of change and transformation
  • Exploring the enabling role of strategic communications
  • Strategic planning in a world that keeps changing
Nov. 3, 2021 9am-12pm Your Role as a Change Agent
Nov. 4, 2021 9am-12pm Introduction to the Results® Map methodology
Nov. 5, 2021 9am-12pm The Nature of Change: A Primer
    Asynchronous team exercise:
Exploring the Results Map® Culture Change Workbook
Nov. 16, 2021 9am-12pm Best Practices in Change Communications
Nov. 17, 2021 9am-12pm The Results Map® Change Agent’s Toolkit
Nov. 18, 2021 9am-12pm Building Your Consultative Practice
Nov. 19, 2021 9am-12pm Making Evaluation Work
    Asynchronous team exercise: 
Capstone Project Developing a Change Communications Plan
using the Results Map® Process
Nov. 30, 2021 9am-12pm Graduation. Program Close and Certificate Presentation



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What Makes the Program Different?

Through experiential learning, the program allows you to share common challenges and experiences with your peers, tapping into a community of practitioners to access new insights and fresh perspectives. Read More


The program is designed around a combination of practical instruction, hands-on exercises, case studies and peer learning.

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