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CHANGE MANAGEMENT COURSE

CHANGE MANAGEMENT Course

Duration of course: 2 days
INTRODUCTION
He says that the change is part of each organization's life, each person, as it is as sure as death, or the IRS is already a stereotype, a truth that we take as such and when we're harder to accept it say "must" to motivate us to tr Nice aim.
But why did we do it? But we know what it's really alive in organizations that operate? And how to better manage to produce desired changes in minimizandu-i aferentele risks?
If you already know the answers to all the questions above, BRAVO! This course is equally addressed to you, and you want to afllati new tools to measure and develop competencies and their management skills. It aims to offer you a number of effective tools to develop individual skills needed in change management.
OBJECTIVES
The course aims to develop skills and competencies and to provide tools to help in a more effective and simple management changes in which students are involved.
It is structured so that includes activities of group and individual, based on a case study, to allow and develop:

  • The capacity of understanding the dynamics of change and the generators;
  • Understanding the processes leading to rapid changes and implementation and sustainable;
  • Communication skills and interpersonal skills;
  • Fast adaptation capacity to change;

METHODOLOGY
This program is based on the activity of game-ificare that allows the identification of problems that may occur at the stage of defining the objectives of the changes and to implement them. The program also provides interactive exercises, emphasis being placed on the importance of defining and tracking changes and goals of their factors of success. Analysis of the performance of each student will be done both during the days prior to the course based on how individual project to be achieved after the course graduation.
TO WHOM IT IS ADDRESSED
Managers who want to improve their skills change management communication improvement r by the group decision-making process and create a space for open and honest communication between all team members.
Execution staff involved in operational or organizational changes.
AGENDA
Session 1: BREAKING the ICE
The opening of the course. Presentation of the participants and trainers. Expectations and fears. Presentation of the objectives of the course.
Session 2: UNDERSTANDING SOCIETAL CHANGE. INTEGRATION OF EXPECTATIONS. DIFFERENT POINTS OF VIEW
By the end of this session, participants will:
 to understand and identify the causes of change
 to define the objectives of the changes in the composition of the team and to establish a common language.

Session 3: DECISION-MAKING PROCESSES IN SUPPORT of the CHANGES. INPUTS AND OUTPUTS
By the end of this session, participants will:
 Define proposals for SMART change and analyze their implications at the level of the Organization
 Understand the importance criteria for supporting decisions for change

Session 4: models of dealing with change. STAGES OF CHANGE
By the end of this session, participants will:
 Identify stages of change and to develop their leadership skills
 to understand the importance and relevance feedback positively

Session 5: DEFINING and MEASURING the SUCCESS of the change. SUCCESS FACTORS OF CRITICISM.
By the end of this session, participants will be able to:
 Identify stakeholders in change and to define the indicators of its success.
 Recognize the importance of each management changes as the project and to define the critical factors of success.

Session 6: COMMUNICATION PLAN change
By the end of this session, participants will be able to develop communication plans towards stakeholders and assume its responsibilities in these. It will also put emphasis on communication skills, proactive and assertive.

Session 7: MANAGER and LEADER IN the CHANGE PROCESS
By the end of this session, participants will be able to understand what are the differences between the positions, to identify the key skills required for a manager and a leader of the changes concerned their own skills and abilities that help such processes.
Session 8: RECAP and CONCLUDING LECTURE

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