The How to manage changes course is aimed at getting familiar with procedures that help minimize the negative perception of changes .
- Understand the process of change and the reasons why change has become part of our daily lives.
- Familiarize yourself with and master procedures that help minimize the negative perception of change.
- Naming strengths that help me manage change successfully.
- Increase the participants’ motivation to use their strengths in a new work situation.
- To strengthen the proactivity of workers in a changing environment.
Experiential exercise (introductory experiential exercise with detailed analysis) – the analysis is focused on the objectives of the change, how the change was achieved, involvement in the design and process of the change
Change – initial thoughts
- reflection of experienced changes, their progress and impacts
- what would happen if the change didn’t happen
- reason for change, goal of change
- involvement in the change process
The psychological side of the change process – the curve of experiencing change
- paradigm – idea, rejection of changes, resistance to change
- looking for ways out, identifying with change
Me and change
- test and its evaluation
- the art of the possible
- wish and reality
- performance and resources
- change and learning, change and personal development
Self-management in times of change
- analysis of your strengths and weaknesses
- identification of personal opportunities in the process of change
- defining personal goals and developing a plan to achieve them
- change as a threat or change as an opportunity
- what can i influence
Compilation of personal action plans for coping with change