DESCRIPTION: This course teaches the skills that help leaders to be effective during times of organizational changes. Participants will learn the stages of change, the five organizational elements that affect the process of change, a five-step approach for communicating change, and a tool to analyze resistors and drivers of change.
Change is in every new project, every new customer, and every improvement in products or services. Change can be major, like a merger or acquisition. Or change can be minor, like the introduction of a new system. Regardless of the intensity, change is survival, and has a direct impact on productivity, turnover, employee engagement, and organizational effectiveness. This course teaches the skills that leaders need in order to be effective during times of change. Participants will learn the stages of change, the five organizational elements that affect the process of change, a five-step approach for communicating change, and a tool to analyze resistors and drivers of change.
What is change leadership?
Leading change is one of the strongest qualities of any good leader. Change leadership can make an organization excel and be better prepared for any circumstances rather than being caught off-guard and feeling helpless. Change leadership is the art of influencing and inspiring your team with a clear vision in mind that can equip them with solutions to combat any change.
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- Understand the three stages of change that people and organizations go through
- Identify what stage of change people are in by their words or actions
- Discuss personal reactions to change and rethink the more self-defeating aspects of their reactions to change
- Identify actions to lead and communicate organizational change through each stage
- Identify five areas of the organization that leaders can change
In today’s fast-paced world, change is essential for survival. If you’re not keeping up to date with the organizational developments happening around you, you’re missing out. If you want to understand change leadership and how it can benefit your organization, enroll in this course already.