ObjectivesUpon completion of this course, participants will be able to manage change by applying a humanistic and systemic approach.
Targeted audienceTop and middle-level managers, project managers, change managers, change recipients
Associations and Partners Companies
- Roles and responsibilities of the change management team
- Vision and communication of change
- Stakeholder management
- Analysis of the ability to change
The systemic and humanistic approach to achieving change
- Change management (communication plans, training, organizational development, sponsorship, concerns and resistance)
- Phases of concern and resistance to change
- Implementation, monitoring and evaluation of change
- Engagement paradigm, anti-fragility and change management
Theoretical explanations (20%), practical exercises (60%), group discussions (20%).
- Unit 1 – Who is responsible for change?
- Unit 2 – Why change?
- Unit 3 – Wanting change is not enough!
- Unit 4 – What if the idea of resisting change were a myth?
- Unit 5 – How to change.
- Unit 6 – During the transition.
- Unit 7 – Towards a new change management paradigm.