Managers traditionally have had the task of contributing to the effectiveness of their organization while maintaining high morale. Today, these roles often have to be balanced off with the reality of implementing changes imposed by senior management. Managers who have an understanding of the dynamics of change are better equipped to analyze the factors at play in their own particular circumstances, and to adopt practical strategies to deal with resistance.
This workshop will help you deal with change and will give you strategies to bring back to your employees. Participants will learn how change is an essential element, identify the stages of change, and develop strategies for dealing with and accepting changes in your organization.
The change process
The human response to change
The pace of change and the pace at which people adopt change
The pyramid response to change
Resisting and welcoming change
The Four-Room Apartment of change and how to use it
How to increase your resiliency to change
Dealing with stress
An action plan for success
About the Instructor
Dr. Agnes D. Padilla holds a Ph.D. in Environmental Studies. She has worked for Civil Service Commission for18 years and served as Executive Director IV (with the rank of Assistant Commissioner) in Civil Service Institute for 2 years as her last term. Dr. Padilla is currently engaged in consultancy work providing subject matter expertise on human resource management and development and as learning service provider (trainer, facilitator, resource person) on strategic planning, leadership and managerial competency development, values orientation, enrichment and demonstration, customer service and ethics and accountability.
P9,520 includes all course materials, instruction by an expert facilitator, a personalized certificate, an eBook on Change Management, and a complimentary ProfileXT assessment.