The Human Side of Change
This workshop deals with the people who must make any organizational change work: the employees and their leaders. It’s not about information technology, models of change, or the technical aspects of the work. Rather, it answers the most important question change agents must ask: how can the employees and managers understand, get involved in, and help lead this change?
Specifically, the workshop covers these topics:
- What questions do people ask when change is announced?
- What are the major needs employees have during change?
- What works, and what doesn’t, in terms of communications during change?
- What are the phases people experience during change, and what can leaders do to help people through each phase?
- What are some effective strategies for dealing with the human element?
- What tools have proven effective for managing change?
What You’ll Leave With:
- An understanding of the change process
- Greater confidence that you can manage organizational and personal changes
- Specific tools and strategies for managing the human side of change
- A detailed workbook with facts, statistics, tools, and all the key points from the session
The workshop is offered in 1- and 2-day segments. We tailor it to the organization’s needs.
Cost for this workshop:
1 day: $3,000 plus expenses.
2 days: $6,000 plus expenses
This is the cost to put on the workshop for groups up to 30, at the client’s location.
NOTE: Workshops are customized for each client, and are offered at a location and on a date suitable for the client.
Who Should Attend:
Those especially interested in, and/or involved in organizational change: change leaders, managers affected by major changes, employees trying to deal with change.
What Participants say about The Human Side of Change
"These tips will help me work with my vertical leaders more effectively."
"The Force Field Analysis tool is an important one, which I can start using now."
"Russ gave us specific methods, strategies and skills , and examples of how to employ them."
"Great instructor, very engaging class, and the mix of exercises were pertinent and meaningful."