Coping with Organisational Change
Duration: 1 Day
Since the 1990s, we have come to accept that organisational change is an ongoing and integral part of the current organisational climate. The dynamic nature of organisations has the potential to have a significant emotional impact on people, even if they are prepared for it and understand it. This is because organisational change involves a transition period for employees, usually requiring them to move from the 'known' to the 'unknown'. This transition phase is often accompanied by feelings of uncertainty, insecurity, loss of control and emotional distress.
This workshop will empower participants to come through change effectively and possibly use the turbulence created by change to their advantage rather than having it work against them. By using proactive strategies to deal with change, rather than reactive strategies, participants will enjoy a less stressful change period.
Who Will Benefit:
Line Managers/Supervisors/Team Leaders
- At the end of this program you will:
- Have gained insight into the nature and dynamics of organisational change
- Have gained insight as to the psychological reorientation process that occurs in response to change
- Be able to identify early warning signs of their own distress
- Have gained an understanding of occupational stress and its effects
- Have acquired personal strategies to look after themselves during change
- Have acquired a range of strategies that can be applied to the workplace to successfully cope with change
For more information, please contact us