Organisational Development and Change course

'In a world full of transitions, change is constant', the ancient Greek philosophers already knew this. To remain relevant, organisations need to critically assess their own functioning and understand the rapidly changing outside world. This requires a wide variety of competencies like analysing organisational capacity, developing new strategies, strengthening partnerships, and promote learning and innovation. Are you ready to shape meaningful change and empower your people to take responsibility?

  • Get acquainted with inspiring approaches for facilitating change, e.g. the appreciative inquiry tools
  • Practise with proven organisational diagnostic and dialogue tools, e.g. organisational analysis checklists
  • Reflect on your role and the skills and styles you need to facilitate change processes
  • Define your own organisational ambition and develop your own case and change action plan

Your profile

You are a professional leading, facilitating or advising on organisational development. You do this for your own organisation, for the network you are part of, or with your implementing partners. You are passionate about facilitating change processes and interested in organisational structures, systems, strategies and culture.

Blended Course

In a blended learning trajectory, we combine online and face-to-face learning. During the first 3 weeks, you will have online lessons through our e-learning platform. Then face-to-face training continues in Ede, the Netherlands. Our trainers will guide and mentor your entire learning process, but you will also learn from your fellow trainees.

Fee information

The course fee covers the entire course, lunch and coffee/snacks during the blended sessions. It doesn't cover hotel accommodation or other expenses.

How to register

Access our Organisational Development and Change course page on MDF website, select the date you prefer, and click on the button Register here. If you have inquiries about the course, please get in touch with Jacqueline Stam via