Change Management

The only real constant in life is change.  If we think it won't happen or try to avoid it, we will always be frustrated.  This session will analyze some of the changes that have taken place at your organization.  Managing change involves examining a current process, reshaping it to fit organizational needs, and implementing it in a positive and consistent fashion to increase employee engagement and reduce turnover.

 

Behavioral Objectives

Participants will be able to:

 

  • Understand why change is often resisted
  • Acknowledge the need for excellence in communications as it relates to change
  • Establish critical strategies on how to involve key stakeholders in the change process
  • Understand the basic personality types and how they respond differently to change
  • Identify common problems associated with change management                                  
  • Communicate the need for rules in an organization
  • Recognize the importance of a positive approach to managing change

 

Who Should Attend

Anyone interested in learning more about the inevitable challenge of managing change as it relates to our personal and professional lives

 

Sample Activities

  • Group and subgroup discussions
  • Role-playing common change management situations with interactive peer review

 

Materials

Workbook

 

Delivery Options

Can be delivered one-on-one, in small groups, or as a half- or full-day workshop