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QA-IQ announces latest Learning & Development Forum

'Making Change Happen', the latest complimentary Learning & Development Forum from QA-IQ, is taking place on Wednesday 17 October at the Law Society in London.

QA-IQ says the event will explore a range of Change Management methods and approaches, and includes an overview of how Unilever managed several challenges to achieve fundamental organisational change.

Director of learning development at QA-IQ Brian Sutton, said: "Change is the order of the day - all projects and programmes deliver organisational change to a greater or lesser extent. As senior managers our job is to bring about change yet most of us are inadequately equipped to ensure that our change initiatives really deliver the lasting benefits that we expect and require. This seminar will point to the critical points of leverage that you need to focus upon to ensure that your change initiative delivers lasting benefit.

"We are bringing together experienced change management consultants to help you understand how to make change within your organisation a positive force. Senior L&D professionals, change management specialists and business managers will gain from this opportunity to share their knowledge and learn from the experiences of others."

For more information, visit: www.qa-iq.com/events

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