CHANGE MANAGEMENT COURSE SINGAPORE
70% of all change initiatives fail resulting in financial loss and employee scepticism
"This workshop helped our team have a framework for a big change we were planning on a regional level, and helped give us strategies for reducing anxiety amongst the staff."
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Duration, price, number of participants, workshop materials...
Customisable 2 day workshop
Suitable for any level
Workshop prices start from $6500 for 20 staff
Customised handbook materials for all participants
Team activities and individual exercises
Post-workshop resources available
Course Learning Objectives
Why you should attend this workshop?
Learn how you can plan, drive, and communicate change within an organisation
Trainer will facilitate guided discussions on achieving targets, assigning responsibilities to meet goals
Trainer will facilitate discussions on how to move from ideas to implementation
About The Trainer / Facilitator
Mark Stuart, CSP is one of the top trainers in Singapore and is rated top 15% globally.
He has trained over 500+ organisations and thousands of people. Read his full profile.
What will be covered in the workshop?
Change Management & Leadership In A Digital Age
The Future of Work
Leading the changing nature of the workplace
Innovation & collaboration
How is the current landscape changing the demands placed on leaders?
Digital tools and skills needed to succeed in the age of disruption
Most-wanted skillsets for future leaders
Gaining clarity on the reasons & reactions to change
Why many change initiatives fail and how to make yours a success
What you can do as a leader to eliminate fear of change Understanding your impact as leader on your teams
Identifying resistance and strategies for influencing change
Driving Execution of Change & Making Teams
Creating a compelling change message
Building advocacy and positioning change positively
The importance of communication in the change process
Driving Execution of Change
Day 2 will be a guided facilitation session where the leadership teams works together to generate positive strategies to carry their office forward following the recent reorganisation. How can they leverage the change to propel the company forward and come away with actionable strategies to achieve their vision?
Agree common objectives for the day ahead. What is the vision for the division/business line? Are we all in line with that vision? Do we need to establish a new vision and mission statement?
Review the current vision and mission statements. Are they still valid, and are they, and their teams, still committed to the values/statement.
What goals do we need to set to achieve the vision? As a leadership team, identify areas that require improvement and what impact or outcome we want.
OBSTACLES & CHALLENGES:
Identify key issues and challenges affecting the business, that is preventing them from working optimally as a unit, both now and in the future
Review what is stopping the division from achieving their vision. What impact doe this have on the business; both individually, and across their team/department.
What are the key strategies we need to apply to overcome the obstacles and achieve the goals?
Structured ideation session, small Breakout groups to discuss to how to move forward in 2019 and beyond. How to collaborate across silos to succeed.
Tools could include:
Group nominal technique
Agree on the main 5-6 ideas to achieve vision. Assign responsibilities for executing tasks and strategies, identify resources, people, tools, KPIs required etc. How does the team move from ideas to implementation?
Models that could also be used:
McKinsey’s Horizon Curve
Porters 5 Forces
BCG Growth-Share Matrix
PEST or STEP
Approaches/Techniques may also include:
Nominal Group Technique
Small group discussion
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