Time & Location
03 Oct, 09:30 – 12:30
About the Event
Why you should take this course
Change brings opportunities for growth and innovation but it also threatens our existing way of doing things. Practices must respond to funding pressures, legal and geo-political changes, drives for efficiency and the need for new services and longer opening hours.
Supervisors and managers are often required to implement these changes and success depends on the support given by managers to staff. This course will enable you to manage change processes more effectively and lead people positively through change.
Who’s it for?
This course is aimed at supervisors, managers and practice partners. It is suitable for anyone needing to lead people through change at a team or practice level.
What you’ll learn
Key topics covered on this course:
WHERE CHANGE COMES FROM
Explore internal and external reasons for organisational change.
MANAGED AND UNMANAGED CHANGE
Learn the characteristics of unmanaged change and the advantages of managed change. Explore a range of change management models and methods.
HUMAN RESPONSES TO CHANGE
Learn how to recognise individual's reactions to change. Understand the process of change using the Change Curve and how you can use this to help people to stay resourceful during change programmes.
Methods for promoting the benefits of change. Barriers to change and practical approaches for overcoming them.
SUPPORTING TEAMS THROUGH CHANGE
Learn a process for implementing change within a team and methods for monitoring and reviewing changes. Explore effective team leadership practices used in change management.