Taking Charge of Change

Course# TD1694

Note: This workshop is capped at 16 participants.

Competency:   Organizational Development - Intermediate
                           Administrative Skills - Intermediate

Type: Single-Session Workshop

Total Workshop Time: 4 Hours

Make-Ups: No make-ups are scheduled for this workshop.

Pre-requisites: None

Workshop Description: In the workplace, change often involves a fundamental alteration of methods and procedures that have become familiar and comfortable.  Our reactions are as personal and individual as we ourselves are, and may include displacement, disruption, and resistance.  We can become disoriented and find it hard to fully absorb the new world that surrounds us.  This workshop explores the reasons we find workplace change threatening and provides an effective structure for helping to accept and manage change.

In this workshop participants will:

  • Learn a three-stage approach to managing change
  • Discuss how and why each person in a workgroup may experience change differently
  • Differentiate between change and transition
  • List challenges and opportunities that usually characterize each transition stage
  • Identify and describe the types of information and support most people need as they move through the change process
  • Develop personal strategies for managing workplace change
  • To develop strategies to help others respond effectively when confronted with workplace change

Presented by: Raymond Brown, Jr., Professional Development Specialist 

Session Information:
Tuesday, February 11, 2014    Cancelled

 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM

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