Planning for change
Often changes in the workplace can be relatively sudden and immediate, however if we are fortunate enough to be in a position to foresee that change is required, the advantages in being able to plan for change is huge.
Introducing changes that are well planned out and considered are less likely to be met with pushback or resistance from those who will be affected. A period of planning before change allows for consultation, communication and co-ordination that will ensure that changes that are introduced are inclusive and therefore much more likely to be successful.
Planning for Change, part of SHARE’s Autumn session programme, looks at how we all approach change differently, possible reactions to change and ways to ensure that your foresight and forward planning takes account of the wider impacts and help ensure you are equipped to deal with difficulties and challenges in the process should they arise.
This course is designed for anyone in the workplace who is responsible for making changes happen, such as changes in staff teams; processes; procedures or policies. It does not have to be imminent or a major organisational overhaul to merit a better understanding of the best way to approach the pre-change planning stage, and will offer valuable insights to those managing and leading teams in any context.
Planning for change takes place on 25th October from 9.30 – 12.30 at Saracen House, 139 Saracen Street, Glasgow G22 5AZ. You can find out more and book your place/s HERE
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