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Introduction to Change Management | 1 day course
In-company masterclass training
This 1 day course teaches you how to identify barriers to change, overcome resistance and embed new ways of working. The outcome is stronger people and a stronger organisation.
You’ll be using real-world examples from your own organisation and learning a broad range of change management techniques. This change management course is perfect for those facing challenging times of change or preparing for transition.
Suitability - Who should attend?
What the course covers
The need for organisational change management
Factors that contribute to successful change
Understanding the drivers and potential barriers to change
Delivering change vs transition and bringing about real change
Causes of resistance to change
Strategies for overcoming resistance to change
Adopting and embedding change
In-company training means we can reference your current processes, specific terminology and project management frameworks, throughout the course.
This makes it easier for people to identify how best to apply the theory and concepts in the most effective and beneficial way. It also means your teams can work with ‘live’ project examples during course activities to develop useful outputs, making the programme even more relevant and effective.
The cost of this in-company Introduction to Change Management masterclass depends on your exact requirements.
We specialise in professional development fine-tuned to the real-life issues facing each client. The outcome is stronger people and stronger organisations. We offer training and coaching in change management, project management and people skills enabling you and your organisation to manage...
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