Leaders, change managers and transformation experts have for many years we have believes that digital technologies and business models pose an existential threat to their way of doing business. In many ways, we were right. No one could have seen the impact of a virus on our the fibre of humanity, our global economies and the future of doing business. Today, we are grappling with how this will change the way we view change and manage it effectively to achieve organisational goals.
Managing transition in the workplace, and at a personal level has no doubt become a vital skill of the future. It has become urgent, and critical to ensuring that we more agile, more responsive and where possible, prepared.
Our courses address the two leading players in an organisation.
For your Change Programmes
They are the most critical determinant of success or failure of any change initiative. Being a leader in today’s transitioning environment is not easy, irrespective of whether you are leading one team member – or an entire corporation. Leaders motivate and get people involved. They define a vision and drive that vision, working their way back to today’s strategic requirements to achieve that vision. They create a sense of urgency and importance about the change and show commitment and passion about getting things done. Traditionally this enormous role was left up to one individual, but today we know that leaders are all around us. You can feel the potential for acceleration when all the leaders in your project are aligned and demonstrating their commitment. What’s more, better Sponsors are better leaders. In a matter of hours, we build both awareness and competence; all focused on your project and your organisation, as well as how to avoid that dreaded black hole which leaves you feeling disempowered. This workshop provides leaders with strategies on how to manage change effectively. It starts with the leader’s orientation to change, and build up to how leaders effectively sponsor change in the organisation.
For your Change Programmes
Who is responsible for how they prepare, respond and contribute to the success of the organisation. I am the change I wish to see in the world. The best way to handle change at work is to change yourself. Change does not mean that you need to wear different clothes or find a new way to convert your workplace. You change yourself by putting the focus on how you can impact your life and work in the present. This type of change focuses on personal development that helps you redefine yourself and the way you connect to work. The goal for you during change workshop is to understand your orientation to change, find strategies and tactical solutions to let go of your reactions and, instead put your energy toward the things you can control. The focus becomes on developing yourself in the face of challenges. This workshop is interactive, reality-based, and supports individuals who are experiencing the stress of significant or constant organisational change. This employee change management workshop accelerates the rate at which employees can self-manage transformation, and as a result, increase the organisational readiness and buy-in.