Holiday Inn | Manchester City Centre | Tuesday 10 December 2019 |09:30 to 16:30
Member: £245+VAT | Non member: £345+VAT
This highly interactive workshop will provide you with a range of tools and techniques to lead others through change. You will gain insight into the theory, practice and drivers of change management, and to into the various ways in which people may react when faced with change. You will come away with practical tools to apply in your own working environment.
“I would recommend this event to anyone, even those who think they already have a good understanding of how to manage change. It has encouraged me to think differently and there are so many practical tools I can take back to my workplace”
By the end of the day you will have
- Developed your understanding of the types of change and what drives them
- Considered a range of different approaches you can use to support people to engage positively with change
- Used analytical tools and practised techniques to plan and implement change
- Learned to identify personal reactions to change and strategies to overcome resistance
- Gained insight into how to engage with, and motivate your team to facilitate more effective change
- Learned techniques for monitoring and evaluating the outcomes of change
- Looked at how you can use the AUA Framework of professional behaviours to support and enhance the development of others and yourself through change
This workshop is relevant to those with management responsibilities looking to develop techniques for leading others through change.
Being open to and engaging with new ideas and ways of working. Adjusting to unfamiliar situations, shifting demands and changing roles.
Taking a holistic view and working enthusiastically to analyse problems and to develop workable solutions. Identifying opportunities for innovation.
Enhancing your contribution to the organisation through an understanding of the bigger picture and showing commitment to organisational values.
Working collaboratively with others in order to achieve objectives. Recognising and valuing the different contributions people bring to this process.