An immersive one-day course, guiding your team through our proven approach to change management
Creating the building blocks for successful change initiatives.
Everyone reacts differently to change.
The success and sustainability of any change project is highly dependent on the overall acceptance and support for the change. It is important to consider that some individuals will be excited by change whilst others will react negatively when confronted by change.
Businesses need to approach all organisational change journeys with a high level of consideration for the wellbeing of those who may be affected, as well as considering how leadership style and approaches may impact change.
Leaders have a real opportunity to harness the collective energy of everyone involved and channel this into a positive outcome that embraces new ideas, concepts and new ways of working.
This immersive one-day business change management course will guide your team through our proven approach to change management, providing delegates with the fundamental skills required to successfully lead and manage change projects within your business.
Key areas covered:
How to position change initiatives within your team and understand what successful change looks and feels like.
Practical application of change management tools including ‘The Change Curve’, MAPS, SCARF and ‘The Bridges Model’
An exploration of the complexities of recognition & reward and how to drive the right behaviours.
The impact that your leadership style may have on others and what actions can be taken to ensure a positive reaction
Understand the key practices of great leadership and how these can be applied to inspire a shared vision and empower employees
Build an in-house programme
If your organisation has eight or more delegates to train and can provide a suitable training room, our trainers can to come to you. All required training equipment and materials will be delivered in advance and you’ll receive the exact same interactive and engaging training. Only without all the travel and subsistence costs.