People and Organisational Development

Managing Change

Prerequisite: This course requires completion of a pre-course webinar / activity. Participants should commit to attend the FULL session; partial attendances will not be registered on individual training records.

Target Audience: Those with line manager responsibility, HR Business Partners, Project Managers, Finance, Planning.

Aims: To introduce concepts, models, skills and tools to effectively implement and manage change.

By the end of this workshop participants will be able to:

- describe the organisational context for change, and the benefits of effective change management;

- explain the key elements of the change cycle;

- utilise tools, strategies and techniques for managing change and implementing an effective communication and engagement approach

- articulate the key elements of the change cycle and both develop and implement an effective communications and engagement strategy and plan.

Session duration: 4 hours.

CANCELLATIONS: Applicants who are no longer able to attend this event should cancel their place as soon as possible. Cancellations should be made at least 5 working days prior to the event, or the Late Cancellation and Non-Attendance Policy may be applied - i.e. the applicant's line manager will be advised of their non-attendance and a minimum fee of £50 per day, or part day, may be charged to their department, unless it is arranged for a nominated colleague to take their place at the course.

Disclaimer: If the number of applications for an event is low, the course content and timings may be modified accordingly. On occasions where it is not viable to run with low numbers, the session may be either postponed or cancelled.

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