Becoming a Change Master
Next Workshop: Feb 23 & 24 (At SVSU)
A 2-day workshop (10-13 contact hours) that will arm participants with the skills, attitudes, and understandings necessary to navigate successfully through the turbulent waters of innovation and change.
A Change Master is one who can empower people to successfully move people through the psychological journey of change. This is accomplished by establishing a new significance and then employing a disciplined and structured change-management approach that drives desired results on-time and within budget.
Who Should Attend:
- Mid-level and top-echelon managers.
- Potential managers in Family Business enterprises.
- Managers from all sizes and types of business, industry and educational organizations.
- High potentials from larger corporations.
Participants will explore the material in interactive classroom sessions led by a senior management professional.
- Build commitment to change within their team or throughout the organization
- Achieve faster execution of new initiatives
- Adopt greater flexibility and adaptability
- Fell less overwhelmed and stressed
- Achieve and maintain higher morale
Overview of Key Topics
- Price/risk analysis
- The key roles of change
- Transition dynamics
- Building commitment
- Resistance dynamics
- Managing resistance
- Planning on-the-job applications
- Lectures on the Power of Distinctions; the cycle of conversations for generating commitments; and language acts embedded in the cycle of conversations
- Demonstrating how to apply the cycle of conversations and embedded language acts in the workplace setting
- Collaboration among teams of participators wherein they practice what they have learned
- Classroom discussion of specific applications back on-the-job
Desired Learning Outcomes
- Understand why it is necessary to slow down the change process
- Recognize the warning signs of too much change too fast
- Know how to conduct a simple price-risk analysis
- Understand how to work with instead of against the cycle of change
- Report this experience as fun, the learning as readily transferrable to their own day-to-day activities and motivation
February 23 & 24, 2018 9:00 am to 4:30 pm both days
Contact Jaime Frank at 989-964-4048 or at firstname.lastname@example.org