Managing Change in an Uncertain World: Understand the drivers for change and the strategies to successfully deal with it.
Change remains a constant for business owners and managers within organisations, especially to achieve business growth. The complexities and difficulties of delivering change are well established, with success rates frequently cited as low as 30% (Landing Transformational Change, CIPD, 2014). This course will introduce you to a range of change management techniques and tools that ensure your change is successful. It will explore how to deal with responses to change and how to build levels of resiliency to better adapt to change and crisis.
This Webinar will Cover:
- The drivers for change
- The importance of understanding the framework that will help implement change
- Exploring management strategies of how to deal with responses to change
- Resiliency – how to build your ability to adapt to change and crisis
- Dealing with conflict and your personal preference for handling conflict
- Essential skills and qualities needed to effectively manage change
- Crisis management
Who Should Attend?
Business owners, managers or leaders within organisations who wish to think critically about change and develop strategies to apply new skills and models that are more likely to make their change initiative a success. This webinar is aimed at SME businesses.
About the Speaker:
Annie has experience of the full training cycle from training needs analysis to delivery and evaluation. With her knowledge and enthusiasm, she is ideally positioned to advise you on your training and development needs. More than just her CV, Annie brings a vibrancy and exuberance for what she does. She is super chatty and can engage with everyone.
This presentation is delivered in partnership with Business Gateway Growth Hub and Loates HR Training and is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund.
Please note: This event is part of Leicester Business Festival and your details will be shared with Leicester Business Festival organisers only (no other third parties will receive your information). We will share name, job title, company, address and contact information.