Change Matters

Duration: 1 Day
Delivery methods: Self-discovery and critique, group exploration and facilitator led discussions, practical exercises, and best practice theory exploration.

Overview:

No matter if you are the boss or just a foot soldier, change affects everyone. In dealing with change, people must address their own thoughts, feeling and behaviors first to be able to go through a change.

There are loads of books and training programs addressing organizational change. This training program focuses on what it actually feels like during a workplace change or a personal change. It provides you with a logical framework to assist you in gaining perspective on the change situation you are facing and its impact and helping you develop insight that will guide you through the transition.

The goal of this one day program is to help you take responsibility for how you react and respond to a change by giving you a set of tools and techniques of self-awareness and assessment to light up the curves and sometimes bumpy ride on your road to change.

By the end of this training course participants will be able to:

 Clearly understand how it feels like during a change situation.

Understand and follow a six step process to help you take responsibility for how you react and respond to change.
Who is this course for?
Individuals at all levels who wish to learn and follow a logical process in order to deal effectively with personal change.

Outline of topics:

Introduction to Change
 The 5 key principles of change
Readiness for change – self assessment questionnaire
The change curve
The link between change and memory


Part 1: Loss & Doubt (Step 1&2)
Step 1 loss to safety
Choices model and the burning platform
Step 2 Doubt to reality
The six basic questions


Part 2: Discovery (Step 3&4)
 Step 3 Discomfort to motivation
Self reframing
Step 4 Discovery to perspective
Force field analysis


Part 3: Integration (Step 5&6)
 Step 5 Recognizing the benefits of the change
Changes you survived – Activity
Step 6 Experiencing integration after the change
Change analogy – the flying trapeze