Who’s it for?
Our change management course is a one-day programme for managers or project team members who are looking to increase the success and adoption of innovation and changes in their departments, organisations or even their wider value chains.
What does it cover?
The day takes delegates from the introduction of innovation to the implementation and measuring stages of successful change management. It focuses on the human aspects of change; how to communicate changes, how to influence adoption, how to overcome barriers and disapproval, as well as Critical Path Analysis. Planning and monitoring tools provide delegates with a path to workplace change management.
What will delegates be able to do differently?
- Understand the importance of innovation in all workplace situations
- Identify opportunities for innovation and change
- Identify key stakeholders and make a change management plan
- Lead and influence change, handling critics and disapprovers
- Use a Change Transition Curve to aid change management
- Identify critical paths and be able to communicate change
Managing Change and Innovation overview
- The benefits of innovation and change in the workplace
- The human aspects of change and managing communication
- Barriers to change and how to overcome them
- Identifying all the stakeholders in a change management situation
- Change management tools such as Change Transition Curve and critical paths (PERT)
- Monitoring and measuring successful change
- Circles of influence and leading through change
Joining this management course
Joining this course is easy: just call us on 0800 619 1230 now or complete the form above.
Please note that any funding that’s available for this training course can be organised easily over the phone and we’ll always check an online order for funding eligibility before processing.
All our venues provide excellent refreshments, a high quality hot and cold restaurant buffet lunch and a comfortable learning environment.
All venues except London have free parking and all are close to major routes so they’re easy to get to.