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Raising the Bar | Austrlia's Leading Training Provider

DEALING WITH CHANGE TRAINING COURSE

Course Overview

Since the turn of this past century change has been occurring at an exponential rate, faster than ever before, and it’s very challenging for each of us to keep up with the ever-shifting workplace landscape. This course explores the psychology behind the change response and provides you with a range of ideas and strategies that enable you to deal better with unexpected workplace change. From managing personal attributes and attitudes that hinder your change response to understanding and applying learned optimism, this course will develop your level of change resilience, allowing you to adapt and thrive when facing significant change in the workplace.

Who Should Attend

This course is suitable for anyone who is experiencing change in the workplace and seeks to build a greater level of change resilience. It’s also highly relevant to those acting as change agents within a team or organisation, with responsibility for supporting and motivating others to engage with change initiatives.

Course Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course. Participants are advised to come prepared to discuss relevant workplace changes they’re experiencing.

Raising the Bar
1300 937 782
www.rtb.com.au

Course Duration

This is a half-day course (3 hours). It can also be delivered as a 2.5hr online module.

Course Inclusions

All participants will receive:

  • Training from an experienced Change Management facilitator
  • Learner guide
  • Pre and post course activities

Course Price

We only provide group training for this course. The cost of the course is $2,250 (inc GST) for up to 15 people. Call us now on 1300 937 782 to discuss.

Key learning outcomes

By completing this course you will be able to:

  • Discuss the main reasons why we typically resist unexpected change
  • Assess your level of personal change fatigue
  • Recall the Kubler-Ross change model and articulate how it can encourage a more positive change response
  • Describe the change innovation curve and state how it can assist you to deal better with change
  • Determine if your personal attributes help or hinder your change response and discuss options for managing those that hinder
  • Use the above the line model to reinforce a more constructive change mindset
  • Discuss techniques that enable you to regain a more balanced perspective when experiencing change
  • State how learned optimism can assist you deal with a significant change event
  • Identify personal actions that will improve the way you deal with workplace change
Dealing With Change Training Course

Introduction

Shift your change response

Understand self

Think differently

Personal action plan