Managing change

Many employees are experiencing significant changes at work right now and managers have an important role to play in supporting their team members to meet the psychological challenges this brings. This workshop provides direction in how to manage change, so that participants learn how to support their team to thrive in the ever-changing modern workplace.

Max 12 participants
100 mins


On your business

  • Increase enthusiasm and support for workplace change – Managers view change as an opportunity rather than a threat and manage change within their teams in a way that garners support rather than resistance.
  • Protect wellbeing – Managers know how to support their team members and manage change in a way that protects their wellbeing.

As a result of this workshop participants will

  • Discover the psychology of why change can be so challenging and explore some of the common responses to change they may encounter within their team.
  • Learn a model for understanding the psychological process of accepting change, and discover how to use this to identify the different levels of support that their team members need from them.
  • Understand the important role they play in managing change, and the impact of getting their communications about change right.
  • Reflect on a recent or upcoming change, and create a plan with practical steps that they can take to better manage their team during its implementation.

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Want to know more?

In our fast-paced and increasingly uncertain world, change can often feel like a matter of survival. But with nearly 75% of organisations expected to multiply the types of major change initiatives they will undertake in the next three years, learning how to manage change is an essential skill. With the right mindset though, it can become less of a threat and more of an exciting opportunity for growth and development. Managers have an important role to play when it comes to managing change, by supporting team members to meet the psychological challenges and learn to thrive.

In this virtual workshop, we consider why change can be so challenging and explore some of the common responses to change. We examine how managers can support their teams through the implementation of change. Participants will leave with an understanding of psychological theory around the process, along with practical steps they can take to manage change in a way that helps individual team members to thrive rather than just survive — setting them and your organisation up for future success!

Who will benefit?

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who want to develop a culture of change-fitness through effective change management.

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who want to communicate and manage change within their teams in a way that protects wellbeing and supports their team members to grow.

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