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Programme: Training for Managers
Course: Managing Change
Description:

Who is this course for?
 
This course is suitable for line managers who manage one or more members of staff and who are currently Grade 6 or above.  This course would be of benefit to those managers who are having to deal with the consequences of change in their teams and want to understand the psychological processes involved and what they can do about the subsequent behaviours that may manifest.  It would also benefit those managers who are either in charge of a change process or want to restructure their team.
 
Overview
 
Delegates will leave this day with an awareness of how their teams (and themselves, for that matter) typically react to change and what can be done to deal with it as constructively as possible. They will leave with a variety of strategies for implementing change and dealing with the inevitable resistance that tends to occur. Most change projects fail because the people side of change is ignored; this workshop addresses precisely those issues.
 
By the end of this course you will
 

  • Understand the brain neurology of change and the change curve
  • Understand how to deal with typical reactions to change
  • Understand the transitions model of William Bridges
  • Be able to implement Kotter’s 8-stage model of implementing change
  • Understand how to deal with resistance to change

 
 

Prerequisites:
none
Event information:
No courses currently scheduled.
Additional Resources:
none
Training Provider:

LSE Training and Development System - version 0.8