The Challenge of Change explores how we define a change, the many different types of change individuals experience and begins our theme of focusing on human emotions to change including resistance and resilience.
The Change Event investigates the origins and roles people take in dealing with change and gives an opportunity to explore the art of buying and selling change before exploring what the human reaction to change might look like and how we can navigate it successfully.
How is Change Managed considers the difference between change management and managing change, focusing on many approaches to change, including Kotter, ADKAR®, ACMP Standard for Change Management and more. You will explore different levels of change from strategic to tactical change and consider its relationship with project management including Agile.
Change Leadership explores the difference between management and leadership, what it means to be a leader of change and the leadership expectations of a change agent. This part of the workshop includes the use of Lego® Serious Play®
If you attend an in-person Toronto workshop, day 2 will also include graphic recording to support the learning experience and provide an opportunity to visually interact with the content explored. Attendees are encouraged to make this graphic their own, as each workshop has a unique visual output for that group.
What is a Change Agent clearly defines what a change agent is, how the role should operate and its responsibilities including change agent networks and how to influence without authority.
Time for you to Change explores the many outputs and outcomes you need to create for successful change, including an exploration of core documents needs to manage a change event, before clearly defining your change agent profile.