Cultivating Change


Workshop Overview

Approximately 70% of change initiatives fail to achieve their original goals. Why is this? Recent studies reveal multiple reasons, but at the root of these is a common trend: the need for strong change leadership

Your next change initiative can be a success through intentional, empathic change leadership. In this unique, results-oriented program, you will identify a change you are leading, then we will guide you in developing an action plan to address the change. By the conclusion of the workshop, you’ll have the tools you need to lead your employees through the change and ensure sustainability long after the workshop is over.

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Key Takeaways

  • Delve into the psychology behind change and why we resist change. Use your newfound knowledge to empower your employees to embrace change.
  • Learn how to address the common factors that limit success and weaken corporate confidence when change is afoot.
  • Discuss how to intentionally cultivate change within your organization as a technique to bolster your audience and strengthen your company’s initiatives.
  • Create a plan that incorporates Biltmore best practices and includes tailored solutions for your organization

Intended Audience

• Executives: Execute change initiatives in your organization with sustainable results.  
• Entrepreneurs: Uncover insights into your team’s needs for positive results through growth stages.
• Professionals: Take back strategies and techniques to improve your organization’s ability to embrace change. 

"Without a doubt, one of the most professional and well-organized training sessions I have attended. The messages were clear and all objectives were met. A hospitable group of leaders who have a true passion for their customers."

~Director of Operations, Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority


Details & Pricing: Single-Day Workshop

This course offers 8 hours of Biltmore Center for Professional Development® training with two facilitators. Registration begins around 8 a.m., and the workshop will last from approximately 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Workshop times will be confirmed once you are registered. The following items are included with your registration:

  • 8 hours of interactive learning
  • Comprehensive reference materials
  • Immersive field experience on Biltmore Estate
  • Opportunity to hear from current Biltmore leaders
  • Breakfast and lunch prepared by our award-winning chefs. Breakfast begins with registration at 8 a.m.
  • Follow-up coaching session 45-60 days following workshop completion
  • One single-day admission ticket to Biltmore House & Gardens. Details will be confirmed upon registration.
  • Participants receive corporate rates of 30-50% off lodging each night at The Inn on Biltmore Estate or Village Hotel on Biltmore Estate. Accomodations are not included with registration.

Early Bird Pricing: $1,147

Early bird pricing of 15% off standard registration is available when booked 120 days or more before the course start date.
Sessions beginning after December 31, 2019: $1,232

Standard Pricing: $1,350

Standard registration is available when booked less than 120 days prior to the program start date.
Sessions beginning after December 31, 2019: $1,450

Alumni Pricing: $1,215

Alumni rate is available to Biltmore Center Alumni at any time.
Sessions beginning after December 31, 2019: $1,305

Other Discounts

Employees in Education: $1,215
Non-Profit Employees: $1,215
Sessions beginning after December 31, 2019: $1,305

Groups of 5 or more participants receive special pricing. For all discounts listed above, please call 828-225-1259 for registration.

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*Biltmore Center offers and discounts cannot be combined. The number of seats in workshops are limited. Savings are based on the non-discounted Biltmore Center for Professional Development standard rate for professional development courses held at Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina.