Within any organisation, significant change can be tough on people – so recognising its impact and enabling teams to overcome the challenges it presents is essential for any manager working in a changing environment. This can be achieved through effective change management training.
We start with the basic question – ‘what is change?’ – then show you how to establish clear goals and develop a solid strategy for your own change situation, including effective communication and evaluation techniques.
If you’re a manager, supervisor or team leader working on projects involving change or leading teams through change, this programme will help you approach the task in a more positive and efficient way.
By the end of the programme you’ll be able to:
What is change?
Establishing goals for change
Understanding the change phase curve
Personal impact of change
Dealing with resistance to change
Implementing change activities
Managing and leading a team during change
Learning plan for action steps
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Dec 11, 2014
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