01 Jan Change Management Change Management Wednesday, January 1, 2020 (12:00 AM) to Thursday, December 31, 2020 (11:45 PM) 1 PDCs Provider: Tools 2 Succeed, Inc. Course Name: Change Management Program Type: Videoconferences, webcasts, audiocasts, podcasts, eBooks, self-directed E-Learning Registration URL: http://www.hr.credit Email Details • List the steps necessary for preparing a change strategy and building support for the change • Describe the WIFM - the individual motivators for change • Use needed components to develop a change management and communications plans and list implementation strategies • Employ strategies for gathering data, addressing concerns and issues, evaluating options and adapting a change direction • Utilize methods for leading change project status meetings, celebrating a successful change implementation, and sharing the results and benefits • Describe the four states of Appreciative Inquiry, its purposes, and sample uses in case studies • Use strategies for aligning people with a change, appealing to emotions and facts • Describe the importance of resiliency in the context of change, and employ strategies the change leader and individual change participant can use to foster resiliency • Explain the importance of flexibility in the context of change, and demonstrate methods the change leader and individual change participant can use to promote flexibility Details You're Registered! DescriptionLocation Change is a constant in many of our lives. All around us, technologies, processes, people, ideas, and methods often change, affecting the way we perform daily tasks and live our lives. This workshop will give any leader tools to implement changes more smoothly and to have those changes better accepted. This workshop will also give all participants an understanding of how change is implemented and some tools for managing their reactions to change. A simple definition of change is “to cause to be different”. The idea of change management on a personal level has been studied for more than one hundred years. But it is only since the mid- 1980’s that change management has been explored within the context of business applications. Today’s change management initiatives have become a business discipline, driving bottom-line results through changes in systems and behaviors. Managing change has therefore become a critical skill, both for leadership -- and for workers in an organization.