Immunity to Change Online

Offerings for Individuals, Teams, and Organizations

The Change Course for individuals and teams

We are excited to announce dates for The Change Course, a 7-week online learning program from Minds at Work that is designed to significantly enhance the capacity of individuals or team-members to deliver on their most important, and challenging, change goals. The course brings individuals and teams—of work colleagues, or even friends!—through the ITC process of personal improvement. Each week, you will make further progress on a goal that you’ve selected by engaging in several online activities

This fully-online program is asynchronous; you can go through each session’s material at your own pace, as long as you complete each session during the week it is assigned. You should expect to devote 4-5 hours per week on the program. To read more about this program, please click here.

ITC Online for Organizations

We are now bringing ITC into intact organizations via our online platform. Through collaboration and consultation to determine key organizational learning and change goals, we design customized programs to guide members of organizations through the complete Immunity to Change process. Members make measurable progress on their most pressing professional goals, which can focus on individual professional development or on a collective vision of organizational change.

If you are a part of an organization that would be interested in collaborating with us, please be in touch. We’d love to talk with you.

About Immunity to Change

Immunity to Change (ITC)—a learning process developed by Harvard University faculty Robert Kegan and Lisa Lahey, informed by 30 years of research on adult development and used in organizations throughout the world—offers an actionable model for transforming our lives and our organizations. ITC can be applied to a wide variety of personal change goals, such as:

  • Improving your ability to receive critical feedback
  • Delegating in order to move an initiative forward
  • Creating a healthier work-life balance
  • Having more courageous conversations
  • Working more collaboratively within a group
  • Developing healthier eating or exercise habits.