MANAGER | CHANGE MANAGEMENT
Change is an inevitable part of life. Nothing remains static and the way we respond to change varies from individual to individual. Approximately one half of the population resists it, while the other half welcomes it. This course examines the change management process and the ways in which an understanding of the causes of resistance can be turned to positive advantage in meeting organisational objectives.
Aims of the course
- to examine why change is inevitable and the way in which people view the process in different ways
- to identify the role of a change manager and the use of process skills in managing change
- to explore ways of generating ideas for change through team involvement and measuring the level of success
- to identify the correct skills and abilities in creating a successful change team
- to manage resistance effectively by involving people and using sound interpersonal skills
- to reinforce the positive aspects of change through the use of S.T.O.P.
- to highlight the benefits of a learning organisation
Objectives of the course
At the conclusion of the course you will be able to:
- identify the issues relating to change and how to apply the 3-step process
- evaluate potential gains
- elicit ideas for the beneficial change
- select a change team based on skills, experience and role contribution
- demonstrate how the review process can monitor change
- overcome resistance to change through people involvement
- determine change objectives
- demonstrate the involvement of people in the planning stage
- report on the successful outcome of change
Introduction to Change Management
Tutorial 1: Understanding change management
Tutorial 2: Personal and process ability
Tutorial 3: Generating and evaluating change
Tutorial 4: Creating the change team
Tutorial 5: Focus on resistance
Tutorial 6: Implementing change
Tutorial 7: The learning organisation
As a guide, the course could take up to one hour per tutorial to complete. However, this time may vary considerably depending on several factors; the time allocated to work based objectives and review, individual learning styles, differing levels of ability in the subject area and so on. The overall objective is not how quickly the course can be completed but how well the individual acquires the new knowledge and applies this in their work to improve their performance.
Skill cluster for this course
The interaction between skill courses have been grouped into clusters. This assists you with further development in related skills.
To purchase this skill cluster at the reduced price of £125, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org