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Change Management Training Programs

Understanding what to expect through organizational transitions can help your employees sail through any possible stormy sea of change and uncertainty.

Dealing with Change

by David D. Knapp, PhD

Most change initiatives include training sessions for supervisors and managers to help them better implement those initiatives. However, few change initiatives include sessions designed to help individual contributors better deal with those changes being implemented by their supervisors and managers. To that end, this four-hour program is designed either as a stand-alone session or as a complementary session to the Leading Change training. Created in a highly interactive format, the session will help participants deal more effectively with workplace change – and provide specific communication strategies and techniques to help them influence their supervisors and managers to lead more effectively during periods of workplace change.

Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the stages of dealing with change – as well as how and why they personally struggle with change
  • Diagnose how they are currently dealing with a significant workplace change, as identified by the Dealing with Change Assessment
  • Connect their scores on the Dealing with Change Assessment to the behaviors of the four key stakeholders in change initiatives
  • Anticipate and overcome the challenges of dealing with change in living systems
  • Identify ways to help their leaders effectively implement the five dimensions of change

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Leading Change

by David D. Knapp, PhD

Most change-management experts agree that traditional, executive-led change initiatives are not as effective as those led and implemented by the individuals most affected by the proposed changes. To that end, this program is designed to help supervisors, managers, and directors implement workplace change more effectively. Created in a highly interactive format, the session gives participants the opportunity to learn, practice, and apply effective communication and employee-engagement techniques and strategies to generate support for – and improve implementation of – change initiatives.

  • Understand the five dimensions of change, the stages of dealing with change, and how and why people struggle with change
  • Leverage their individual change-leadership strengths, while compensating for their individual change-leadership weaknesses, as identified by the Leading Change at Every Level assessment
  • Identify and engage the four key stakeholders in change initiatives
  • Anticipate and overcome the challenges of leading change in living systems
  • Apply effective communication and employee-engagement strategies and techniques to generate support for – and improve implementation of – change initiatives

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