What you will learn:
- Different approaches to leading change
- Why change can fail and how to prevent failure
- Kotter’s 8-Step Change Model
- Creating the environment for change
- Creating and communicating the change vision
- Implementing and sustaining the change
- Lewin’s Change Management Model
- Understanding the change curve
- The ADKAR change model
- Changing people’s habits
- How managers can help employees to cope with change
- Cultural implications of the change
The only sure thing in today’s business environment is CHANGE.
Leading and dealing with change is difficult in any business environment, let alone one as turbulent as manager’s face today. Organisations are inherently social systems. The people in these systems have identities, relationships, communities, attitudes, emotions, and differentiated powers. So when you try to change any part of this system, all of these factors come into play, adding many layers of complexity to a change process. Successful leadership and management of change requires that you recognise the primacy of people factors and the social system in which they operate.
Who should attend:
‘C’ level directors, senior managers, department heads and other company personnel who must lead and to cope with the effects of change in their organisation. The training is aimed at the individual level so that the participants can understand why change happens, how it happens, and what needs to be done to make change a welcome rather than a dreaded concept.