PRACTICAL CHANGE MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP (PCM)
June 2018 – FOURWAYS, SOUTH AFRICA, 11 JUNE – 15 JUNE 2018 – 5 DAYS WORKSHOP
Registration Fees: ZAR969.05 (R1000)
Course Fees: Local: ZAR8,746.91 (R8999)
International: ZAR23,295.35 (R24000)
Local and International Delegates registration plus booking is open due to limited space available:
People, ideas, technologies, processes and methods are changing all the time and this has a huge effect on how we conduct our daily tasks both at home and at work. This workshop will give you the tools to implement changes more smoothly and ensure they are better accepted, and will also help you to manage both positive and negative reactions to change.
TARGET AUDIENCE & PURPOSE
This course will help anyone charged with the task of implementing organisational change.
People, ideas, technologies, processes and methods are changing all the time and this has a huge effect on how we conduct our daily tasks both at home and at work. This workshop will give you the tools to implement changes more smoothly and ensure they are better accepted, and will also help you to manage both positive and negative reactions to change
a).Preparing for change
Identifying change is the initial step and next, we have to see if that particular change is needed and whom it’s going to affect. We also look at how long that change will take. We also have to define a strategy and build a management team.
b).”What’s in it for me?”
How to create energy and engagement around the process by identifying and explaining the benefits for the individuals involved.
c). Gaining support
We look at how to handle concerns of individuals in the company and reactions to change be it positive or negative and the vital tools we can use to bring people on side.
d). Gathering data and developing plans
How to apply two fundamental tools, the stakeholder analysis and the change readiness audit before developing change implementation and communication plans.
e). Checking change progress
We look at leading effective change progress meetings.
f). Using Appreciative Inquiry
We focus on the change management model based on the four stages of Discovery, Dream, Discovery, Destiny and Design
By the end of this course you will be able to:
- Develop change management and communications plans
- List the steps in preparing a change strategy
- Building support for the change
- Better persuade people to support a change
- Lead project status meetings
- Understand and foster resilience and flexibility in the context of change
- Apply strategies for gathering data, addressing concerns, evaluating options and adapting a change direction