Change – equipping your team for success.
It’s the constant, isn’t it? Change defines today’s world of work. As a result, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to know what should be changing and what should be staying the same. Employees need to be equipped to understand change, manage it, influence it, and at times, resist it. It’s a faulty assumption to believe this ability develops organically within a team. If change is paramount within your organization, the next step is to ensure your team is ready and capable.
What is it?
This is a three day workshop weaves together change training and facilitation. By combining both, teams discover how to clarify the specific changes they are experience, then they learn how to understand it, manage and lead it. Throughout these three days, expect to work. This is about effective dialogue, focused learning, and leaving with an actionable plan.
Who Does This Fit For?
This is for the team of leaders and managers in your organization who are the cornerstones within your change initiatives. Often this is the group translating high level strategy into everyday tactics. They are navigating ambiguity and being tasked to show clear measures of progress. This workshop is specifically for those who are in the midst of change who would benefit from new knowledge, a confident plan and the capabilities to implement with clarity.
Why Would We Need It?
Whether you believe this training should come from us or not, if you’re of the belief it’s unnecessary, think again. The collective and individual abilities to navigate organizational change is a known imperative. So, the question becomes timing. Are you in the midst of change or seeing a shift on the horizon? If so, this workshop becomes a definitive moment to articulate and shape the future.
What Results Should be Expected?
Expect clarity. Expect a team who is ready for the excitement and discomfort of change. Expect a plan that is individually understood and collectively championed. The combination of training and facilitation allows for organic dialogue to be shaped by new ways of thinking. Expect this to be an investment that has a clear before and after.
Lead Instructors: Tyler Waye and Carla Cuglietta