1/2 Day Module • Online or In-Person
Often it is assumed that organizational change is just about work processes, systems, structures, or strategy. Arguably, the most critical factor in the success of any organizational change is how people are lead and managed. Given this, effective leadership is mandatory to achieve successful change.
Leading through change can be an especially difficult task because you are not only required to manage the reactions of your team members to change; you are also expected to manage your own reactions. This session helps you become clear about the role of leadership during change and to increase your confidence and competence in leading through times of change by understanding the process of change itself and exploring effective leadership tools and strategies.
- Describe the business context surrounding change in your organization
- Identify your role as a leader during change
- Describe the emotional journey typically associated with change
- Adopt strategies and good practices to manage your own reactions and to lead others through change
Changes in your business and department will succeed based on your effectiveness as a leader in leading your people through change in practical ways. By strengthening your approach in leading change, you will positively impact the pace and extent to which others embrace change.