On July 21 to 22, we’ll be hosting our Change Management seminar-workshop that prepares the participants to deal with changes in the workplace. It provides a venue to express their experiences on change, their reactions/responses and strategies on how to deal with change. Moreover, it provides the participants on how an organization should manage change.
This workshop will help teach participants how to accept that there are no normal or abnormal ways of reacting to change, but that we must start from where we are. Change isn’t something to be feared, but an essential element of growth, improvement and enhancement.
Participants will understand that adapting to change is not technical but attitudinal. Change is not an intellectual issue but one that strikes at who you are.
The workshop will identify strategies (individual and organizational) on how to deal with changes and for helping change be accepted and implemented in the workplace.
I. Overview of Change and Change Management
What is Change?
What is Organizational Change?
Factors that Drive Change
Significant Changes in the Workplace
What is Change Management? Why Do We Have To Manage Change?
II. The Change Cycle and Reactions/Responses to Change
The Change Cycle (William Bridges)
Patterns of Accepting Change
Human Reaction/Response to Change: Daryll Conner’s Interpretation
The Emotional Journey of Change
Claes Janssen’s Four-Room Apartment Model
III. Practical Strategies and Tools to Manage Change
ProSci’s ADKAR Model to Change Management
-Individual Change Management
-Organization Change Management
Kotter’s Change Process
An investment of 8,500 includes instruction by an expert facilitator, specialized student workbook and course materials, a personalized certificate of completion, snacks and lunch.
About the Facilitator
Dr. Rosario C. Alzona holds a Master’s Degree in Statistics and Ph.D in Organizational Development. She is an accomplished Organizational Development professional with almost 20 years of experience in diverse workplace environments. She has varied experiences in organizational assessment, OD intervention design and implementation, learning and development and process/procedure design and development. Dr. Alzona has taken various Information Technology and OD Consultancy projects with several Consulting firms and has taught for ten years in the Graduate School of several universities and colleges in diverse topics of management and leadership. She is a frequent speaker at various seminars and workshops with topics on Leadership, Team Building, Organizational Assessment, Strategic Planning, Change Management and Appreciative Inquiry. She is a High-energy Trainer and Creative Facilitator, skilled in guiding learners through engaging breakthrough learning opportunities.