Do you feel overwhelmed by the degree of change
affecting your job? Change is sweeping corporate America, dissolving
the once-solid traditions, structures, and hierarchies we've grown so
with. When will we ever return to the good old days of job security
and predictability? The fact is......we won't. Operations continue
to change at a frenetic pace. But operations are only one component of
change process. People must also make an adjustment during any change
effort. Effective employees don't just "respond to change";
they "advocate change"!
how truly successful people in organizations anticipate and embrace
chaotic change as the norm today, and effectively "navigate the white
water". In addition to recognizing and preventing the "survivor
you will learn to anticipate organizational change,
understand it, manage it and move through both organizational
and personal change more effectively.
This workshop helps those who wish to better understand the change
process, move through
change more productivity and efficiently. We've designed the The Change
workshop upon the sound, state-of-the-art modern theories and practices
change experts John Kotter, Margaret Wheatley, William Bridges, Richard
Beckhard, David Noer, and Harry
The Change Advocacy Workshop will likely be one of the most
enlightening days you spend. You will learn ways to help you manage
change reactions and become more accepting and motivated by it. Perhaps
never appreciate chaotic change, but you will learn a new way to
look at and work with it.
This skill-building program is highly interactive. You will
learn and understand about chaotic change, paradigm shifts, the
survivor syndrome, and a number of change models and processes.
You will learn to recognize the
four major reactions
to change, your own personal reactions to change, and how personality
affect the way you and others view and respond to change. Join those
who wish to move through change, not be paralyzed by it!
- To view change and chaos as a necessary and healthy part of
business and social climate.
- To learn about and apply major change models for organizational
- To inventory your own preferences and reactions regarding
and learn ways to work productively through it.
- To understand and respond to change from an
- To learn to facilitate through personal transitions and to
situationally deal with four reactions to change.
- To develop a personal vision as a method of working through any
changes confronting us.
- To develop appropriate strategies to manage change., including
the prevention of the survivor syndrome.