Organizational change efforts stall when leadership forgets to focus on the impact change will have on employees. Managing the “people side” of change is often the most challenging and critical component of organizational transformation. Getting people engaged in the change will greatly enhance the likelihood of new structures and approaches being implemented successfully. This workshop focuses on the development of competencies that will provide a foundation for the “what,” “why,” and “how” of managing people during organizational change.
About This Workshop
Some of the Topics Included
- The Change Management Process
- The Four Stages of Change Management
- Managing Resistance
- Barriers to Successful Change
- Change Process Roles
- Introducing Change to Others
- Communicating Change
- Evaluations Change Efforts
- Considerations Related to Sustaining Change
This workshop is intermediate level workshop and will benefit leaders, managers, supervisors, human resource personnel, and anyone managing change.
The half-day workshop is great for leaders from the same organization who want an overview of the change management process, or for groups of leaders from multiple organizations. It’s a fast-paced training that covers a lot of material.
The one-day version of this workshop is ideal for leaders from the same organization. The material is similar to the half-day version, but the pace is slower to allow for more in-depth discussion on how to implement change initiatives within their organization.
Method of Delivery
Presentation, video, case study exercises, personal reflection, and small group discussions.
At the end of this workshop, participants should be able to:
- Define the stages of the change management process
- Identify the common reasons why change initiatives fail
- Respond effectively to resistance
- Recognize the role and responsibilities of leadership in change
- Create a plan to initiate and follow through for sustainable change