To understand the importance of strategically leading change in an organisation. Ineffective change management leads to a breakdown of strategy which in turn impacts negatively on the outcome. From a leadership perspective the specific circumstances that go along with change need to be identified, understood and effectively addressed.
How "change management" assists in achieving sustainable trading results
Why and when change management is necessary
Preparing for Change
Establishing your strategy and building the team Common Reasons for Resistance to change Building support through highlighting the WIIFM
A model for effective change on an individual level and the management thereof within groups
Modelling change on proven theory Clearing, Programming, Processing
Leading and Managing the Change
Preparation and Planning Delegation Communication Lines Coping with resistance
Identifying inherent risks in any change management strategy
Keeping a risk register Gathering Data Addressing concerns and issues Evaluating and Adapting the register
Leading the status meetings Celebration of Success Sharing of results
Getting the Buy-in
Deal with the emotions Deal with the data Give people support (assist with resiliency)
South Africa is a country where the majority of individuals find themselves stressed.
The demands on our workforce are high and with the current rate of unemployment, one could often find an employee financially supporting an extended family. In addition to this the Western Cape faces high rates of alcoholism and drug addiction within their families and the crime rate in the country negatively affects many of our fellow citizens.
The result of this highly stressed environment is that when any change takes place in the workplace, the reaction to that change is often quite negative and vehement. Change management is all about managing these situations enabling positive results from change as opposed to finding yourself facing too many oppositional challenges where change is concerned.
"The greatest danger in times of turbulence; is to act with yesterday's logic." ~ Peter Drucker
Prices include VAT @ 15% All our full day open hosted workshops commence at 08:30 and end at 16:30. Virtual Seminar times are flexible. For inhouse workshops we will travel for anything between one and 16 delegates. All course material, lunch and refreshments are provided, if applicable.