CHANGE MANAGEMENT COURSES

 

Our change management courses recognise that taking a team through organisational change requires a different skill set to managing in a steady state.  Not least as the leaders themselves will find their personal resilience and energy put to the test as they attempt to implement change while at the same time maintain critical operational activities ranging from quality and reliability to customer service.

Research tells us that something like 90% of organisation change projects fail to achieve all their objectives.  Often success comes down to our ability to help our people to deal with uncertainty and adapt to new systems, processes and above all change behaviours.

Our change management courses will help your managers develop the core skills needed to successfully manage change. At the same time building their own resilience and confidence to implement the changes ahead.

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Leading Through Change Course Overview

While changes to systems, processes and technology may be daunting, it is the people side of change that is often the most difficult to implement – not least as you will often be dealing with emotional responses. Those can range from excitement and anticipation to threat and fear – even within the same team! The majority of our change management courses will focus on the critical people phase, and how to successfully embed the new way of working into the organisation’s DNA.

Our change management course starts by exploring change readiness and the critical role of trust in successful transition to new ways of working. We look at the key pillars of trust and how leaders need to behave both individually and collectively to ensure employee support.

We’ll explore a number of change models to look at how organisations and individuals navigate the change journey. Building understanding of critical phases and enabling delegates to anticipate how their people are likely to react. To end our change management course we look at the eight most common barriers to organisational change and how these can be anticipated and overcome.

Training Location

Our change management sessions can be run wherever is most suitable for you and your team, whether that’s onsite, at an external venue or hosted as a remote online session. The flexibility is there to fit it around you and your needs.

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Training Duration

This workshop can be run in one of three ways. As a half or full-day standalone session, combined with our other courses to create a full management training programme or as a short, condensed 2-hour speaker session.

What can i expect from your
change management courses?

Our change management course will guide delegates
through the three fundamental areas that impact the success
of a change project.

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Trust

We will help delegates understand the factors that drive organisational trust, and how they can build the level of trust essential to business success.

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Resistance

We will look at the eight most common blocks to successful organisational change, and how with careful planning and communication they can be avoided.

Processing change

Delegates will explore the way organisations and individuals process change. Gain an understanding of not just the practical implications, but also the emotional and behavioural responses they are likely to encounter. And discover the tools and techniques that can be used to leverage support and engagement.

What can i expect from your change management courses?

Our change management course will guide delegates through the three fundamental areas that impact the success of a change project.

R

Trust

We will help delegates understand the factors that drive organisational trust, and how they can build the level of trust essential to business success.

.

Resistance

We will look at the eight most common blocks to successful organisational change, and how with careful planning and communication they can be avoided.

Processing change

Delegates will explore the way organisations and individuals process change. Gain an understanding of not just the practical implications, but also the emotional and behavioural responses they are likely to encounter. And discover the tools and techniques that can be used to leverage support and engagement.

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