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Working in a Changing Environment Course

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Course description

When your working environment goes through a period of significant change, it can be daunting – perhaps even worrying. You may be unsure as to how you’ll be affected or where you’ll fit into the new structure.

We guide you through all the stages – from understanding what change is and why it is necessary, to looking at its benefits – and how you can handle change in a proactive way that ultimately creates a positive experience.

Is it right for me?

If you’re a team member in a changing workplace, this course will give you the knowledge and guidance to help you through that period of change and enable you to work it to your advantage.

What will I get out of it?

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  • Identify why change comes about and why organisations need change to survive and flourish
  • Recognise the impact of change on individuals, teams and organisations
  • Understand best-practice communication strategies to help you raise questions for management
  • Plan and prepare for change activities that affect you
  • Create a proactive approach to dealing with change programmes
  • Adopt a positive mental state while involved in change programmes
  • Develop your ability to minimise the negative impact of change

Trainer was very personable, patient, great knowledge and was able to answer questions beyond the training programme and help with any queries we had throughout the day.

Molton Brown

What does it cover?

  • Understanding what change is
  • Why change needs to happen for organisations to meet present and future demands
  • The various impacts of change on society, organisations and individuals
  • Recognising and appreciating the benefits of change
  • Moving out of your comfort zone and managing your emotions
  • Understanding the process of change and how it affects people and organisations
  • Examining the timeframe of change programmes
  • Planning for change
  • Being able to influence change activities
  • Developing an awareness of internal and external change factors
  • Recognising limitations and learning to live with them
  • Raising questions aimed at change ambassadors/managers
  • Prioritising work to get the right things done at the right time
  • Communication as a key to pain-free change
  • Opening up your network to see the bigger picture
  • Developing an action plan to embrace change

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Doug Chapman

Head of Management & Leadership Capability

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