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CHANGE MANAGEMENT

We live in very fast-moving times, which require teams to be permanently ready for change. Sometimes they can influence it, sometimes they are just affected. Employees are also confronted with change when working with customers. “Moving targets” are part of everyday life.

The central task for managers is to provide orientation and ensure that aims can be achieved in the best possible way. It is important to invest more energy in self-management and at the same time to accompany and develop the team.

Training

change management

We live in very fast-moving times, which require teams to be permanently ready for change. Sometimes they can influence it, sometimes they are just affected. Employees are also confronted with change when working with customers. “Moving targets” are part of everyday life.

The central task for managers is to provide orientation and ensure that aims can be achieved in the best possible way. It is important to invest more energy in self-management and at the same time to accompany and develop the team.

 

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Training Description

In this training, we will examine our reaction patterns to change and address the essential needs to get through change processes successfully. We work on how people react in change processes and how to deal constructively with resistance without losing sight of the goal of change.

You will also learn how to set up and manage change processes correctly after we have developed a meaningful, emotional picture of a change vision.

The training is based on the methodology of experiential learning. In training, we follow the 4-step Coverdale – learning cycle of planning – implementation – review – consolidation.

The delegates will reflect on their change processes and develop ideas for improvement.

CONTENTS AT A GLANCE
FUNDAMENTALS
  • The difference between change and transformation
  • Strengthen the openness to change
  • How modern organizations as social systems react to change
  • Get to know and feel the essential components of a change process
THE HUMAN BEING IN THE PROCESS OF CHANGE
  • Get to know the change curve as a model
  • Recognizing resistance, understanding it as a system reaction and learning to set the appropriate interventions
  • Exploring the field of tension between sanctioning power and empathy
LEADERSHIP AND CHANGE
  • Recognizing communication as a key success factor in change processes
  • Get to know and try out communication measures
  • Get to know tools of change management (not project management)
  • Planning and implementing change processes in a structured way
PEER CONSULTING
  • Reflecting your own change processes
  • Develop ideas for improvement

change of perspective

The Coverdale “Decision Onion” helps executives and project managers to explain change projects.

Discuss each layer of the “onion” with your team and write down all the advantages for each “layer” in green and all the expected disadvantages in red.

Once all layers have been worked through, the advantages resulting from the change should be visible to the whole system by the second “onion layer” at the latest. If the onion remains predominantly red, we recommend a general rethink of the change plans.

Further topics

Blog Posts

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