Experts state that 70% of all change initiatives fail. If you manage a team and want to learn how to be part of the 30% that succeeds, this Change Management: Accelerating Change three part series is for you.
The series reviews John Kotter's eight step process that all change initiatives experience and your role in Accelerating Change!
Be a change leader and embrace change to drive growth. Participants will learn about John Kotter's eight step process to increase overall agility personally and as an organization.
- Identify each step in Kotter's eight step process of all change initiatives
- Understand your role as a change leader
- Utilize the process to identify change, develop guidelines, provide effective communication and empower individuals
Accelerating Change is a three course series offered through Learning + Development.
Part I: Explore Steps One and Two of Kotter's Eight step process. 1) Establishing a sense of urgency and 2) Create The Guiding Coalition
Part II: Explores Steps Three and Four of Kotter's Eight step process.·3) Develop Our Change Vision and 4) Communicate Our Vision for Buy-In
Part III: Explores Steps Five through Eight of Kotter's Eight step process. 5) Empower Broad-Based Action; 6) Generate Short-Term Wins; 7) Never Let Up; and 8) Incorporate Change Into Our Culture
Who Should Attend?
Suitable for those who plan on or are experiencing change, supervise others and are interested in enhancing their change management skills for successful execution.
Log into myLearning and view the Schedule to find "Accelerating Change" and register individually for each course. Accelerating Change is also offered as a custom training session. Contact Hector Escalante for more information.
Hector works with managers, individuals and teams dealing with change and to implement strategies for increased effectiveness and productivity.
What People Are Saying
"Hector's training gave my team personal and professional understanding of change management along with the tools to assist the Pacific community. [Accelerating Change] was timely and enlightening. Two thumbs up!."
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