Prepare your managers to face organisational change head-on. They’ll understand what the drivers of change are – the internal and external pressures that can shape the business. From its people to growth, economic factors to strategy and operations.
This 1-day workshop can be delivered in a venue of your choice for up to 12 delegates.
Who should attend?
• Any leadership members who develop and maintain relationships with key stakeholders and investors – especially when commitment and buy-in from stakeholders could be affected.
• Managers who want to show strong leadership during a time of difficulty and change.
• People in your team who are interested in managing or learning more about organisational change – maybe as a KPI or performance management objective.
• Those who want to improve communication with other members of the team and customers during a time of change.
What are the benefits?
• Your team develops a resilient, positive approach to dealing with change.
• Managers and staff understand the emotional journey of business change and how it affects other members of the team.
• Prevention of unnecessary stress.
• Newly adopted success factors when embedding change and their positive impact on the business and the entire team, beyond the change period.
• A team opportunity to open up about their personal feelings around change and sharing their own best practices.
What does it cover?
• Learning about change drivers and why change is necessary.
• An understanding of the different stages of the ‘Change Curve’ and how to effectively move through them.
• How to prevent stress, and reduce or manage the effects if it does escalate.
• How to develop a ‘Change Plan’ that establishes effective communication in your team, to ensure commitment and buy-in from key stakeholders.
Workshop length : 1 days(up to 12 delegates)
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