The only constant factor in life is change. How to deal with all these changes in a business environment? The increasing change pressure causes executives and employees to quickly adapt themselves to the innovations as well as appropriately implement the change in future processes. It is also to be observed that the desire for stability, rest and structure of many employees becomes bigger and bigger.
+ online pre- and postwork
8 – 15
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The Lead Change training program is designed to provide leaders and managers with the knowledge to successfully deal with (upcoming) change processes. You will learn about different motivation types which drive employees to adopt changes. Or not. You’ll find out how to recognize these types based on six criteria. Get to know the importance of following the change management steps. You will work with examples and receive mutual feedback. In addition, you will get to know how to support professional change management processes by using the appropriate communication methods. Learn about different emotional stages the employees go through during change process and exercise in how to effectively help employees to get through these emotional stages. The program ends with a case study to give you the opportunity to design a change process based on the learning’s of the day!
THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH CHANGE…IF IT IS IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
What change management is
How to implement phases of change in order to create a secure change environment
The correlation between motivation types and how people respond to change
To reflect on how you react to change (change curve)
To analyze the philosophy of Kotter, change management
How to apply the steps in cultural change by Kotter in a business real time example
How to communicate effectively during change management processes
The basic psychology behind change management and why change is so inevitable and important in life and organizations