Introduction to Change Management
Face to face: 1 day
Introduction to Change Management aims to provide participants with the fundamental skills and knowledge required to successfully manage change within an organisation. It covers what change management is, how to lead and facilitate change, the change framework and the human skills required.
The course will provide participants with practical tools and techniques to manage change more effectively and give more certainty around achieving the benefits of the change.
This one (1) day course is highly practical, blending theory with activities to aid learning.
Participants will understand:
- change management in the organisational context
- the aspects for leading change and how to use established change frameworks and models to lead change
- the effects of change on the individual and how to facilitate change by engaging effectively with stakeholders
- how to use structured organisational impact assessment to determine the nature of the change and what will be required to change
- psychology behind changing behaviour in organisations - why people resist change and the steps that help them move towards successful change
- how to use a structured approach to designing and managing the change interventions required to successfully bring about the change
- the key aspects of a change management plan
- the human skills required to apply change management.
This course is targeted at those who are employed as:
- change manager
- change analyst
- business improvement officer/manager
- line manager
- team leader
- project manager
- project team member
- business analyst
- senior manager
- Organisational change context.
- Leading change through projects:
- Facilitating change.
- Organisational impacts.
- Change psychology.
- Change management interventions.
- Human skills for change managers.
The course will be delivered over one (1) interactive day and will be led by our experienced trainers. Participants will receive a student workbook that includes all reference material, written activities, reflective tasks and PowerPoint slides.