Change Management


ID-100146732 (1)Course description

This interactive, practical and experiential training is an opportunity to increase your self-awareness, build your resilience capacity and your ability to cope with change and uncertainty.

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The subject of change management requires a combined approach to maximize results and keep the group engaged, encouraged, supported and motivated to embrace change.  The day will combine theory- through different relevant models of change- and exercises given (demonstrated and practised) during the training  aimed at helping each participant (and the group as a collective entity) to clear blockages associated with change (without the need to discuss details or any personal sensitive information) to raise the energy levels and build and support a new personal and collective positive frame of mind.

Corporate Training

 

 

 We will look at practical ways to deal with PERSONAL & ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE and how to improve your EMOTIONAL AWARENESS through the TRANSITION process.

 

 

Course objectives

Participants will:

  • Understand the nature of change, assumptions, misconceptions and emotions related to it.
  • Recognize the emotions and feelings people have when engaging in large change initiatives- personal and organizational change.
  • Increase self-awareness and self-reflection: behaviours, attitudes, emotions.
  •  Increase awareness as how change affects us in different ways.
  • Identify tips and tactics for managing the change process
  • Introduce the concept of Emotional management
  • Recognize which emotions they commonly experience when facing change and how these affect their personal effectiveness.
  • Obtain resources and receive practical advice and techniques on how to cope with personal and organizational change so they can pave the road for personal actions.
  • How to Motivate, engage, help and support their teams in times of change and uncertainty.

 

 

Who should attend?

 Employees at all levels of the organization.

 

Learning Process

  • Group discussions
  • Workshop approach
  • Individual and groups exercises
  • Interactive and Experiential