Managing Through Change


Economic slowdowns, introduction of new legislation can be some causes of change. However, most changes that occur within an organization are typically created by inside forces. Managers at all levels in an organization may be the initiators of change but are also responsible for managing while the change is occurring. Change is almost always disruptive and most employees try to avoid it, nevertheless, change is part of organizational life and essential for progress. This workshop will guide you through managing this change process while motivating and garnering enthusiasm for greater progress.

Learning Objectives

Participants who complete this workshop will:

  • Understand approaches for creating and implementing change
  • Distinguish the different types of change programs in organizations
  • Ready your employees for the change
  • Recognize that communication is a key factor in helping you through the change
  • Gauge and understand employee's responses to change
  • Determine your own needs while going through the process

Course Outline

  • Types of change
  • Sources of change
  • Key characteristics of effective managers during the change process
  • Overcoming negativity
  • Preparing everyone for change
  • Formula for Managers to follow
  • Developing a great communication plan
  • Self- Assessment 

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