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Managers Managing Change

Six different butterflies of varying sizes and colours

1 Day Course

This course is designed to offer managers a greater understanding of change and to introduce a range of practical change management tools which can be used to develop a change management development plan.

Introduction

In the current changing business environment the ability to communicate and lead change whilst managing our own reactions is a key part of the management role.  Having the confidence to engage with the change process in a positive and empowering way is important in influencing other’s perception of change.

  • Duration: 1-day
  • Capacity: 12 (for optimum benefit)
  • Availability: All our courses are delivered in-house throughout the UK and Europe
  • Customisation: The content can be tailored to meet an organisation’s individual requirements

Who Is It For?

Any manager in any organisation would benefit from this course.

Key Benefits

  • Be able to engage with the change process in a positive and empowering way
  • Learn practical tools to make potentially difficult situations easier for you and your team
  • Continue to achieve positive outcomes during and immediately after the change programme
  • Learn to recognise the drivers for change, the different types of change and the critical success factors so that appropriate action can be taken when required
  • Develop an Action Plan and reflect on further development needs so that improvements continue to be made

Course Content

  • Why organisations need to change.  What are the drivers for organisational change?  What are the benefits?
  • What are the critical success factors of successful organisational change management?  How do we identify key stakeholders?
  • What is the role of the manager in implementing and managing organisational change?
  • The process of change and how to manage the transition from an individual, team and organisational perspective
  • Introduction to a range of practical change management tools and processes e.g. Stakeholder Analysis and Force Field Analysis
  • How people respond to change – the process and individual personalities and how to manage both
  • Identifying sources of pressure and minimising the risk to self and others
  • Preparing a Change Management Development Plan

Content Summary

Introductions

  • Course structure, purpose and objectives

The Need for Change 

  • Why do organisations need to change?
  • What are the drivers for organisational change?
  • What are the benefits?
  • Critical success factors

The Managers Role in Managing Change 

  • Characteristics of a Learning Organisation
  • Management skills required
  • Managing change in a team

Managing the Transition 

  • Individual, team and organisational perspectives
  • 7 stages of organisational change
  • The Kubler Ross model

A Framework for Thinking about Change 

  • Different stages of the framework
  • Factors to consider during the planning stage

Change Management Tools 

  • Force field analysis
  • SWOT analysis
  • PEST/PESTEL Analysis
  • Stakeholder analysis

Sources of Pressure  

  • Consider the sources of pressure
  • Recognising signs and symptoms of stress
  • A pro-active approach to forecast and manage pressure

Action Planning  

  • Consider a structured approach to managing change
  • Reflection on key learning points
  • Preparing for change – a team development plan

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If you would like to discuss any aspect of this training course please contact Alastair Taylor on 0845 548 8054 or e-mail: [email protected]

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