Why do people react differently to change? How can you support staff during the process?
|Starts:||12:00 13 Mar 2017|
|Ends:||13:30 13 Mar 2017|
|What is it:||Workshop|
|Organiser:||Faculty of Science and Engineering|
|Who is it for:||University staff, Adults|
Join us at the next series of Lunchtime Learning workshops where we will discuss the impact of change in the workplace and help to understand how, as a manager, you can reduce resistance and uncertainty by managing the process effectively.
Managing Change Lunchtime Learning Workshops
Part 1: Understanding Change
Monday 13 March, 12.15 - 1.15 pm
Change is the only constant at work and without it we can’t move forward. However we may resist change, to a greater or lesser extent, and having a structured approach to the process can go a long way towards ensuring the successful implementation of transformational change.
The Lunchtime Learning sessions are bite-sized, practical and informal workshops where line managers can bring along their lunch, if they wish, and learn about a range of HR and people related issues.
There will be three Lunchtime Learning sessions around the area of change. The first session will focus on understanding the different phases of change and how people react to change. Communicating change will be covered in the second session, and the third will focus on useful tools for managers to consider when undergoing change and transition, including a change toolkit.
We recommend that managers attend all three sessions to fully optimise the benefits. The first session will take place on 13 March with the following two taking place in April and May. For further information and to book a place, click here. Alternatively, if you have any queries please email Eva Azariah or contact her on 64051.
Please note, places are limited so we recommend you book early.
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