Leading change is a crucial skill for any successful leader. In today’s fast-paced business environment, organisations must be agile and adaptive to remain competitive. Leaders who can effectively navigate change and bring their teams along will help their organisations thrive.
Who’s it for?
This course is ideal for leaders at all levels who are responsible for managing change within their organisation, including executives, managers, and team leaders. It is also useful for professionals who are involved in change initiatives or who want to develop their change management skills.
Introduction to Leading Change:
Defining what leading change means, exploring the reasons for change, and identifying the different types of change that organisations face.
Understanding the Change Process:
Examining the stages of change and exploring different models and frameworks for managing change.
Building a Change Management Plan:
Developing a plan to manage change that includes identifying stakeholders, assessing risks, and creating a communications plan.
Engaging and Communicating with Stakeholders:
Developing strategies for communicating change effectively and engaging stakeholders in the change process.
Managing Resistance and Overcoming Obstacles:
Identifying sources of resistance to change and developing strategies for overcoming obstacles.
Developing strategies for sustaining change over time and ensuring that the change is embedded in the organisation’s culture.