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Managing Teams Through Change Duration: 2 Days

Course Overview

This hands- on training provides an opportunity for team leaders to examine their own reactions to change and consider how they can best support and challenge their team members to work through change.




Why is it our job to manage change?

To clarify the purpose of managing change and the role and responsibility of the team leader in this process

Short input on why change within organisations needs to be managed and the consequence of allowing it to happen untended

Introduce a model that helps individuals to understand their own reactions to change:

To become aware of own behaviour in times of change and its influence on others allows an insight in to how other may perceive it.

Recognise one’s own reactions to different change situations.

Identify the main drivers for satisfaction with change and the key drivers for dissatisfaction.

Using a model of change, identify the reasons for people’s behaviour in times of change and the affect that might have on others.

Introduce a model that provides understanding of how groups react in different change situations:

  • To identify that people are in different places at different times and take their perception from that viewpoint
  • Identify and challenge the elements of a model of group change
  • Identify how this model can inform leaders about their team moving through change
  • Examine through group discussion techniques for supporting and challenging people to move them through change

Exploring the ways to manage the human aspect of change:

  • Change is only successful if the people allow it to be
  • Using a case study consider the interpersonal skills needed by the leader to help those who are stuck within the change process
  • Examine how leaders can work with and value the resistance that individuals may have towards change
  • Identify strategies for managing people through change

Applying this approach to the leaders own team:

  • Making it work in the real world!
  • Consider own team and using a change graph plot team members reactions to change
  • Identify appropriate strategies for enabling team members who feel resistant to the change and how to utilise supporters to retain their optimism to the change

Examining own strengths and development areas for managing teams through change:

  • Consolidating the learning
  • Identify one’s own skills that will enable them to:
  • Take control of change situations in their own environment
  • Support and challenge others to take control during change
  • Offer and accept support and challenge from the syndicate group for implementing changes
  • Build a workable strategy for supporting themselves and others through change

This training can be tailored