Leading Through Change
8th August 2012
Very few, if any, companies are immune from change these days. Sometimes the change is organic and people hardly notice it happening. More often, however, change is initiated because businesses have to respond to external pressures and constraints as well as internal ones.
Most companies are either preparing for change, in the middle of managing change or just simply having a hard time recovering from some previous change. Change is constant. Change is good for you. Too much change is bad for you. We need change to keep us stimulated and creative – Yet we need stability and routine to make us feel safe.
How much change you have or whether change is good or bad for you is irrelevant. Far more important is Change Management; how we deal with and cope with change. Good Change Management needs key people within the organisation to develop the skill and insight that will make a difference to the way things happen around them.
Who should attend?
This event is aimed at Senior HR, Learning & Development professionals, responsible for developing the strategy, people and process within your organisation. Rocket will fully resource you with the tools you need to make lasting changes in your organisation.
Reasons for Major Change
- Sources and causes of change
Types of Change
- Status Quo
- Change vs. Transition
Responses to Change
- The change curve
- The impact of fear on change reactions
- The house of change
- The role of the Change Agent
Strategies for Dealing With Change
- Dealing with emotions
- Planning for organisational change
- Building a communication strategy for change
Conflict and its Impact
- What is conflict
- Signs of conflict in a team
- Causes of conflict
Strategies for Dealing With Conflict
- Conflict handling modes
- Preventing conflict
- Resolving conflict between two people