Managing Staff Through Change CPD
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|23 October 2017||09:30||Full day||£180||CS6081||Apply Now|
This course will use a number of different activities to explore our reactions to organisational change, and will enable managers to identify factors that help and hinder the change process as well as examine practical steps that line managers can take to facilitate change, manage staff morale and expectations.
Course content includes:
- The change process
- Your reactions to change
- Other reactions to change
- The manager’s role
- Managing change resistors
- Managing morale and motivation
- Individual interactions -what helps and what hinders
- Appealing to the rational and the emotional
- Coaching staff through change
- The GROW model
- Skills practice
- Application at work
Please note that this course may be cancelled if minimum numbers are not met. In this instance all applicants will be offered a full refund. We would aim to provide notice of 7 days prior to cancellation.
Louise Shepherd is a very experienced and successful learning and development consultant who has worked in the public and private sector for 30 years. For the last 18 years she has her own training consultancy specialising in leadership, management and team development.
Clients include Imperial College, the NSPCC, the Royal Opera House, numerous housing providers and local authorities.
Health professionals and support staff in managerial roles
Applicants should be proficient in written and spoken English
What will I learn?
Participants will be able to:
- Explain the significance of line managers interactions with staff and it's impact on staff morale and be able to take 4 actions to increase employee engagement
- Plan the communication of change to maximise impact and engagement
- Name 5 common reactions to change and know how to get the best from these reactions
- Develop strategies to manage change resistors
- Identify factors that help and hinder change
- Use the GROW model of coaching with staff members facing uncertainty or who have to make difficult decisions
Teaching and Assessment
This is a participative training course involving discussion, individual reflection, practical exercises and skills practice. Informal assessment will take place through group discussion and classroom activities as guided by your tutor.
Switch: How to change things when change is hard by Chip and Dan Heath
My Iceberg is Melting by John Kotter
The Tao of Coaching by Max Landsberg
A certificate of attendance