People fear change but it's an inevitable process, so how best can it be handled? Participants develop a structured approach.
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1.5 hours + debrief
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Organisations need to change in order to survive. Resistance to change can drag companies down.
In part one, participants working individually, complete a Change Questionnaire for discussion in plenary session with the Trainer. It serves to focuses attention on change issues and bring any prejudices and mistaken ideas out into the open.
In part two participants, as management teams, have specific changes to implement in their organisation. How will they introduce change to staff, what and who will they take into account, how will they schedule the changes?
They must identify the key factors in bringing about a smooth implementation and decide on the best way of communicating with staff. At the end of the task teams present their ideas and plans, either in feedback sessions or, more dynamically, by presenting the changes as if addressing their target audience.
Ideal for putting theory into practice for managers who need to introduce change to their staff and want to avoid
the obvious pitfalls.
'Introducing Change' is a great way to illustrate many of the key themes associated with any large scale change initiative.
C. Watson, University of York
A great activity to engage delegates and start the process of understanding all the elements required in 'change'. Northgate activities work first time out of the box and always support the workshops, create energy and engagement. Thanks again!
Miranda Stephenson, Director, Motivation in Motion
'Introducing Change' has proved to be an effective activity. Participants have liked it. The useful part is that the game has changes that provides comfort and discomfort and is relevant to the corporate world. It is also simple to grasp. Overall satisfied with the experience and effectiveness.
V Satagopan, Pashin Consultancy & Training Pvt Ltd