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Managing Change

We have all experienced change at some stage of our life, be it good, bad, expected or unexpected. We cannot avoid or ignore change, even the world in which we live is changing constantly and has done so for the 3 billion years it has existed. The one thing we can do is be prepared for it.

The one thing we can do is be prepared for it. This workshop will investigate various ways of managing change leaving you better equipped to deal with future changes.

Workshop objectives
By the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
- List the steps necessary for preparing a change strategy
- Describe the WIFM – the individual motivators for change
- Relate the five dimensions of the ADKAR model for understanding change.
- Use needed components to develop change management and communications plans
- Employ strategies for gathering data
- Utilise methods for leading change project status meeting and celebrating success
- Describe the four states of Appreciative Inquiry, its purposes, and sample uses in case studies
- Use strategies for aligning people with a change
- Describe the importance of resiliency in the context of change.
- Explain the importance of flexibility in the context of change.
This course attracts 2 Elective CPD points

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Contacts

  • Unit 5, 17 Foley Street
    Balcatta WA 6021

    Phone: + 61 8 9344 4088
    Fax: + 61 8 9344 4188
    Email: info@aamctraining.edu.au

System Requirements

  • What computer and software will be needed?
    • Windows XP or Linux based computer with internet connection.
    •  Internet Explorer 8.0 and above OR Mozilla Firefox
    •  Quick Time Player 4 and above
    •  Acrobat reader 6 and above
    •  Adobe Flash Player
    Download speeds
    •  Min 2 Mbps or above speed is required for running video

Latest Reviews for Managing Change
  • good course, easy to understand
    Nicholas New South Wales