CH113

Managing Corporate Change and Overcoming Resistance

Successfully implement change in your organization.

93%

overall satisfaction for this course

?Average calculated from scores obtained from 736 participants who took this course.
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  • Duration 2 days
  • Regular fee 945
  • Preferential fee 850?
  • Locations
    • Virtual Classroom
    • Montreal
  • New version

Accreditation and partner associations

  • Project Management Institute 12 PDU

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to manage change by applying a humanistic and systemic approach.

Targeted audience

Top and middle-level managers, project managers, change managers, change recipients.

Prerequisite

None.

Special Note

More than ever, the success of organizations lies in their ability to change. They must be able to respond proactively to challenges and opportunities—and sometimes even be disruptive!

To achieve this, organizations need to know how to navigate change and, above all, know how to generate interest and commitment among the many players involved so they can take ownership and become real agents of change.

Based on the best change management approaches, this training course offers a humanistic perspective that allows you to rediscover the organization and its stakeholders and acquire the tools you need to navigate change.

Training Details

Content

  • Unit 1 – Who is responsible for change? At the end of Unit 1, participants will be able to identify the roles and responsibilities of the manager or the change management team.
  • Unit 2 – Why change? At the end of Unit 2, participants will be prepared to promote change.
  • Unit 3 – Wanting change is not enough! At the end of Unit 3, participants will be able to assess the commitment of key actors and how change will impact the organization’s system.
  • Unit 4 – What if the idea of resisting change were a myth? At the end of Unit 4, participants will be able to use techniques likely to generate commitment.
  • Unit 5 – How to change. At the end of Unit 5, participants will be able to put together a plan for change management.
  • Unit 6 – During the transition. At the end of Unit 6, participants will be able to implement, follow up on and evaluate the plan for change management.
  • Unit 7 – Towards a new change management paradigm. At the end of Unit 7, participants will be able to create a new change management approach that fosters commitment and complexity management.

General Note

Theoretical explanations (20%), practical exercises (60%), group discussions (20%).

Customer Testimonials

Amazing course given by an enthusiastic and inspiring trainer who was very open and willing to share her personal experiences.

Claudie R. / Archiviste, Ordre des pharmaciens du Québec

Select the training date*

*Unless stated otherwise, all sessions are in French.
  • Virtual Classroom

    November 12 to November 13 2020

  • Montreal

    November 30 to December 1 2020

  • Virtual Classroom

    December 3 to December 4 2020

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