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Managing Personal Change Training

Is your organisation going through some changes? Do you want your team to take on these changes with less conflict or disagreement? This Managing Personal Change Session is designed to help teams manage personal changes require due to new management, new procedures or new policies. We discuss why change is important and how to adapt quicker to new developments. This session is both a practical and interactive learning session to focus on the benefits and tools required for change.

 

Objectives for the Managing Personal Change Training

This session will help us teach employees:

Communication is the key

Communicating with your employees is the first step with the change process. We discuss how this element here can solve many issues further down the track.

Developing new behaviours to overpower the old behaviours

Do you remember when you first learnt how to drive? Were you nervous? How do you feel when you drive now? We teach how new behaviour can be difficult at first, however after a while it becomes second nature.

A Self Talk and reprogramming strategies

Techniques and tools to help reprogram and effectively make changes within our own mind.

Personal goal setting

Setting personal goals can help in becoming motivated to take on new changes. Learn how the personal goal setting session will help us become better at dealing with change.

Adaptability and becoming resourceful

Becoming resourceful will assist in our adaption. As we change, our ability to adapt is vital to assist with the process.

Many more modules available for team training sessions

Approaches for soliciting varied responses, including dialogues that are creative, stay ahead of the curve and find and to support initiation
Help employees transition through the change procedure
Empowering managers and supervisors
Guiding change management plans
How to develop strategies for taking personal responsibility for the facets of the change they can control
Develop healthy coping strategies.
The best way to recognize the negative and positive reaction patterns to riotous change in others and themselves
Understand the mental and societal elements that determine behaviour prior to, during and following disruptions to conventional team structures.
Diagnose employee resistance to transform
Use as a learning tool in teaching change management
Developing corrective actions
Use the four A’s technique to deal with stressful situations.
Demo poise and level-headed decision making in situations that are unpredictable.
Create a transition strategy within change management, for our
Techniques for improving your own ability to embrace and pilot change, both as a Manager or a Model Supervisor
Step-by-step systems to get ready for and navigate change on the organizational level
employees
Direction plans
Be able to define what you have control over in the change event.
A list of variables you need to align among individuals to hasten flexibility and their strengths as a team
Ability to implement essential skills and behaviours
Measuring progress
A framework for change management teams to evaluate their change
Reinforcement to sustain the change
Progress during change
Making sense of change
A coaching program for supervisors and managers
Want to participate and support the change
Knowledge on how best to shift
Create a successful action plan for private and professional
Comprehend how you can be impacted by change.
Learn the personal habits that enable leaders to become change supervisors that are powerful — and the best way to underscore those abilities with your natural powers.
Comprehension of the need for change
Ways shift their focus to improvement from suffering and to empower individuals
Diagnosing differences
Create teams that weather turbulence and embrace change as an essential part of development.
To track improvement and comprehend differences to any present change system
How to characterize the foreseeable nature of private change

We discuss many more tools available depending on the needs of the participants within this session.

More information on the course outline

Our View of Change

We help employees view change not as something to be feared and resisted but as an essential element of the world to be accepted.
Our trainer helps to identify strategies for helping change be accepted and implemented in the workplace. Interactive discussion and involvement with staff members.

Managing Anger

Often changes makes people feel angry. We will look at some ways of dealing with our own anger and the anger of others through lecture and small group work. This session provides an activity to employees and we develop more understanding of the underlying reasons for anger. Advanced techniques for managing anger on a personal and professional level.

The Change Cycle

During this session, we will explore the three phases of William Bridges’ change cycle through discussion and a brief activity for the group.
Our trainer demonstrates how participants can view change as an opportunity for self-motivation and innovation. They also accept there are no normal or abnormal ways of reacting to change, but that we must start from where we are. This session is great to highlight the process and how we can benefit from understanding this cycle.

Managing Stress

With all changes, they can also make people feel stressed. During this session, we will look at some stress management and relaxation techniques. We provide techniques that are in use across Australian business teams. Learn how to maintain your composure and manage stress effectively and professionally.

Strategies for Dealing with Change

Now that we have looked at change using a number of models, we will look at five strategies that can help you deal with change.
We demonstrate the material and help participants notice that before we can embrace the way things will be, we must go through a process of grieving, and of letting go of the way things used to be.

The Pace of Change

We will look at how different people react to change in different ways and at different times through a discussion and a case study. We ask participants how they would have reacted and compare the case study to the reactions of those in the session. Our trainer will discuss with the team the findings and provide further advice.

The Pyramid Response to Change

We will examine how employees, middle management, and upper management are affected by change. Change will affect the departments differently. We discuss with the team how the response to change can impact the whole organisation.

The Human Reaction to Change

This session will look at Daryl Conner’s interpretation of the human response to change through discussion and small group work with the participants. Understand that complying to change is not technical but attitudinal. Change is not an intellectual issue but it is one that strikes at who you are. Our trainer will discuss the human elements and how we can use many to our benefit.

Adapting to Change

This session will discuss how to become strong to change through a discussion, personal case studies, and small group activities. Adapting is the key to survival. We illustrate many of the past failings of large organisations who decided not to change and ask participants where they are now. Our trainer will highlight the need for change and how to become more adaptable.

Dealing with Resistance

During this session, we will examine the three keys to successful change. We also look into the resistance that many will have towards change, the reasons behind it and how we can also become more inclined to change.

Offering customized training in Adelaide, Canberra, Sydney, Parramatta, Gold Coast, Perth, Brisbane, Darwin, Melbourne

Managing Personal Change Training Summary

When something new or different comes into your organisation it can be difficult to adjust. Change happens from time to time and adapting to the movement of your organisation is imperative to your success. Many people find it difficult to move from the familiar to the unfamiliar and can be stressful. The transition may require additional training and teams may need to learn more about how to progress from the old to the new.

This session will help staff become super adapters and increase their ability to take on new tasks and new changes. Different generations may adapt to change differently. This session is designed to help all in any role or any aspect of their life. It may be a session that is recommended before any changes in your organisation, or it can be offered as a session after the transition. Our trainer can adjust the delivery and the material is customised to suit your team training requirements and environment.