Strategic Model for Change Management - Successful Skills to Navigate Change

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Overview

2.0 Credits
ONLINE

“The secret to change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.”    Socrates

Managing change in the workplace is an ongoing process. Sometimes what is happening in an organization is out of your control. It is how you react to change that makes the difference. Accepting the inevitability of unforeseen circumstances is imperative to managing the stress inherent in these situations. The importance of recognizing personal barriers, and how they relate to accepting change, will reveal opportunities that naturally exist within every new challenge.

If you answer yes to any of these questions, then this course is for you:

Would it help if your workforce could successfully navigate changes big and small? 

Are you interested in productivity flourishing through changes in culture, ownership, policies or procedures? 

Do you want your leaders to have the ability to model strategies for effective change? 

Objectives

*We'll discover what personal barriers stand in your way of effective change.  It's important to know yours and recognize what blocks those on your team

*You will have access to tools and strategies to be able to create  solutions to modify behaviors that block successful change 

*It all starts with you - Here you will find ways to cultivate specific behaviors to be more successful and emulate strong leadership 

*You have to start with a plan and you will learn how to classify specific steps to create an effective strategic plan for change 

*You will also learn the importance of receiving specific feedback and create open communication channels to sustain performance effectiveness 

Major Topics

*Having a vision before change

*Creating the plan

*How to engage all stakeholders before, during and after implementation

*The neglected importance of executing change and being open to what follows

*Evaluation, it's a new beginning

Designed For

Leadership

Prerequisite

None

Advanced Preparation

None