Managing the change of a team is a beautiful process. Or it is a pain. Both statements are true depending on the strategy you’re embracing.
Most of the time, changes bring tears, decreased productivity, and turn teams into groups dominated by fear and resentment. The main causes are: lack of a change strategy, lack of proper communication and misunderstanding of the factors that generate people’s resistance.
The Lead the Change training provides information, case studies and practical elements that can be applied in any field and that include strategies for setting goals, motivating the team and drawing the right measures to achieve change effectively.
- Acquiring the ability to manage and counteract the negative reactions of their own teams.
- Managing the forces that promote change
- Know the communication methods appropriate for each stage of the change process.
- Managing the rational and emotional resources of team members.
- Establish a strategy tailored to the needs of each team
- Rejection response vs. Promotion of change.
- Statistics and causes of success/failure.
- What determines people’s reaction and behavior in the process of change.
- The curve of change and communication in crisis.
- Analysis and management of the forces of resistance to change.
- Creating a coherent direction of change.
- Creating motivation among the team.
- Managing context to facilitate change.
- The 8 steps of the Kotter Strategy