Audience: Executives, managers, professionals, supervisors
Method: Online or in-person
Duration: 4 hours
Changes are inevitable. They occur daily and sometimes unexpectedly in today’s dynamic business climate. Some are small—a meeting moves or a customer adjusts his order—while others are monumental—an employee joins the team or is laid off, a department’s goals shift or a company merges with another. Whether big or small, change can cause apprehension, but it doesn’t have to be a negative experience.
This course is designed to provide you information and practice in understanding, planning for, addressing and leveraging change in the workplace using change management skills. The session will focus on the human aspect of change and helping others to better understand and manage transitions. This interactive training will address the many layers of change and introduce some tools and techniques to better handle the inevitable shifts that will happen in your work and personal life.
In order to create and foster innovation within the organization, you’ll need to understand the stakeholders and the environment. Being comfortable with analyzing complex systems and interactions will enhance the understanding of the adaptive “law.” The strong are not guaranteed survival; the adaptable increase their odds. This session builds on a framework that can be easily explained and used in a variety of settings. It fosters diverse inputs and chances for strong organizational change. In this training, you’ll explore:
1. Understanding Change
2. Model of Planned Change
- Structuring the problem
- Contracting with key parties
- Implementing interventions
- Evaluating and sustaining change
- Understanding resistance
- Strategies for overcoming resistance