It is important now more than ever to take a new and refreshing look at change. We can reframe the way change is viewed. This workshop goes beyond entertainment and offers a step-by-step model for growing inside of change. Learn to leverage new opportunities. Take charge of change by transforming the stages of change into the goals and principles of change. Experience change responses – motivating, inspiring, and encouraging. Learn to guide others positively through change.
- Create a vision of accountability – what would it really be like to work in a place with accountability at the core?
- Why accountability is empowering (and why we’ve been getting this wrong).
- Participate in a case study exercise, demonstrating how beliefs and behaviors drive culture.
- Learn connection responses tied directly to emotional intelligence.
- Take a change assessment. How are you doing today?
- Learn to ask better questions of ourselves and others.
- Learn to tell a more accountable story, increasing the listener’s retention.
Principles of Change:
- Events never define us-they reveal us.
- Inside change, truth is more important that “good news”.
- When you are called to change, equip yourself for the journey.
- We move through change more effectively when we focus on what we can control.
- Optimism is learned.
- A clear destination allows you to find the most efficient path.
What every Manager must know about leading through change:
Understanding the impetus behind change, and learning the tools to transition through change is invaluable. Now, we will go to the next step and learn to communicate through change.
- Understand how to keep resistance and defenses low.
- Establish a steady flow of two types of information – what we don’t know and what we know.
- Develop the tools to categorize and understand the value of information.
- Learn to communicate changing priorities. Make the move to find out what you need and then the process to communicate them.
- Learn to communicate difficult data one-on-one.
- Understand the drivers of morale and focus on them.
- Team Leads
- Administrative Staff
- Newly hired Employees
- High-potential Employees