Leading Through Change

Leading Through Change

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1 Days

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Course Id

nextecLM020

Course Description

Course Overview

The leading through change course is designed to equip participants with the necessary skills and strategies to effectively navigate and thrive in times of change. Change is a constant in today’s dynamic and evolving business environment, and individuals who can adapt and learn through change are more likely to succeed. This course focuses on building resilience, embracing change, and leveraging it as an opportunity for growth and development. The course methodology for leading through change is a structured approach that involves assessing the need for change, planning for change, communicating change, managing resistance, and monitoring and evaluating progress.

Prerequisite

There are no specific prerequisites for the Learning Through Change course. It is open to individuals at all levels who want to enhance their ability to learn and adapt in the face of change. Participants should come with a willingness to explore their attitudes and mindset towards change and a desire to develop strategies for continuous learning.

Methodology

The course utilizes a blended learning approach, combining instructor-led sessions, group discussions, experiential activities, and self-reflection exercises. The methodology encourages active participation and engagement, allowing participants to apply the concepts and techniques in practical scenarios. The course also incorporates case studies, real-life examples, and interactive multimedia resources to enhance the learning experience.

Course Outline 

Assessing the Need for Change

The first step in leading through change is to assess the need for change. This includes understanding the current situation, identifying areas that require improvement, and determining the potential benefits of change.

Planning for Change

Once the need for change has been identified, the next step is to plan for the change. This includes setting objectives, defining goals, and developing a strategy that will help achieve those goals.

Communicating the Chang

Effective communication is essential when leading through change. It is important to communicate the reasons for change, the benefits that will be realized, and the challenges that may arise.

Managing Resistance to Change

Resistance to change is common but can be addressed by identifying the potential sources of resistance and developing strategies to overcome them. This includes involving stakeholders early in the process, listening to their concerns, and addressing them appropriately.

Monitoring and Evaluating Change

Change is an ongoing process, and it is important to monitor and evaluate progress to determine whether objectives are being met. This includes setting performance indicators, tracking metrics, and adjusting as needed.

Outcome

Upon completion of the Learning Through Change course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the nature of change and its impact on individuals and organizations
  • Develop resilience and adaptability to navigate challenges and uncertainties
  • Cultivate a positive mindset and attitude towards change
  • Apply strategies for continuous learning and growth during periods of change
  • Effectively communicate, collaborate, and problem-solve in changing environments

Labs

The course includes interactive labs where participants engage in hands-on activities and simulations to apply the concepts and techniques learned. These labs provide an environment for participants to practice and refine their skills in adapting to change, managing emotions, and embracing new perspectives. The labs encourage active participation, peer feedback, and reflection, allowing participants to gain practical experience in learning through change.

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