Change Management often invokes anxiety and fear from a manager’s perspective as it traditionally means moving away from the status quo to a new and hopefully better way of doing things. Fear not with our professional development workshop.
This one-day management skills workshop will guide you through proven steps to build your managerial capacity for dealing with change. It will guide you through a proven series of steps and methodologies, including how to develop strategies and deliver a well thought out and structured roadmap for your employees.
THE CHANGE MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP WILL:
• Teach managers how to build and create a powerful case for implementing organizational change
• Help create a cross-systems approach while building solid understanding and commitment from middle front-line managers and to look at how varying personalities dictate the pace at which people adapt to change
• Assess your own skills and comfort with change, including how to increase your resiliency while dealing with associated anxiety and stress
Who Should Attend
• All levels of any organization preparing for, or in the midst of, change including work teams or departments who are struggling with mergers or takeovers
• Managers assigned to the difficult task of acting as liaison between the top-brass decision makers and the rest of the organization – while attempting to smoothly function in the midst of change
To ensure a great experience, aspects of this professional development workshop may be modified to benefit your group size, group makeup, and time available.
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"Thank you for a fabulous day. You are an outstanding instructor. I hope you will be able to work with our mentor program again."Mildred - Northeast University College of Business
Program Length:One Day
Space Requirement:Varies according to your group size. Classroom Style or Rounds
Goals, Outcomes and Debrief Topics
- See organizational change not as something to be feared and resisted but as an essential element of the global business world.
- Understand that adapting to change is not technical but attitudinal.
- Change is not an intellectual issue but one that strikes at who you are.
- Recognize that before we can embrace the way things will be, we must go through a process letting go of the way things used to be.
- See change as an opportunity for self-motivation and innovation.
- Identify strategies for ensuring that change will be accepted and implemented in the workplace.
Pricing varies depending upon the number of participants and includes the Professional Development program, prep, production coordination and all materials, program design, and an experienced professional trainer.