Coping with Change – Online Workshop (V201) - NEW
Change is a time-consuming distraction. It takes us away from our regular work, it slows productivity, and it often creates conflict. You may even notice an increase in absenteeism during periods of change. The reality is that you may never be happy with the change you are experiencing, and that’s okay. At some point, though, you will have to learn to live with your new reality. The more quickly you can do that, the sooner you can get back to being productive and feeling like yourself again.
The Change Cycle™ is a change management model that helps individuals and teams deal with change pragmatically, resourcefully, and effectively. Change is the result of chance, choice, progress, or crisis, and is often unpredictable. People react, respond, and adjust to change in a sequence of six predictable stages which identify the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors associated with each stage of change. There is no better map to assist individuals in navigating through the changes in their work and life.
This is a half-day virtual live workshop.
Space is still available for all course dates listed, unless otherwise noted.
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Who Should Attend This Course?
Anyone who would like to ease the discomfort of dealing with change and get through it more effectively and efficiently – whether the change is personal or professional, self- or externally-imposed, wanted or unwanted.
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