As leaders we manage change on a daily basis, but some of us don’t even realise it. Have you ever needed to:
- alter a process within your team?
- pass on information from management that impacts your team or an individual?
- communicate new targets?
- communicate the resignation or termination to the rest of the team?
- ask a staff member to do something outside their normal responsibilities?
- ask a staff member to move desks?
- manage a restructure or office move?
- terminate someone in probation?
- make a role redundant after lost funding?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then congratulations, you’re leading change. Yes some changes are big and complex, like restructures. But the majority of the time the changes we manage are small and happen on a daily basis.
With organisations changing and evolving, as well as the added complexity of a global pandemic, change is inevitable. Poorly managed change can kill motivation, engagement and, ultimately, force your staff into making the decision to leave the organisation.
Well-managed change will build agile, engaged and resilient teams and individuals.
Why is this program so impactful?
There is a prevailing notion that some humans resist change. In our experience, this isn’t the case. Through this workshop you’ll gain a deeper understanding of what’s really going on when people seem to be resisting change and what you can do to help them on a change journey.
You’ll learn the fundamentals of change leadership (and why it’s much simpler than you might think), as well as have a simple framework and plan you can follow for any change process you have coming up.
Who should attend:
This workshop is suitable for anyone who leads a team, or is in a corporate support function such as HR, Finance, Communications or IT or anyone who is keen to lead change with the least amount of resistance and the best opportunity for success.
1 x 3 hour interactive online sessions, with comfort breaks. To ensure adequate time for discussion and interaction, this workshop is limited to 12 participants.
To get the most out of the sessions, we recommend joining in a quiet location with access to a computer, microphone and camera.
- A handful of practical tools you can start using straight away
- 30 minute individual follow-up support post program