Two half days
An exploration of managing and leading change practice; enabling participants to deal with problems, choices and constraints involved in organisational change; in order to provide a platform for participants to develop their own framework of values, attitudes and practice.
The aim is two-fold: 1) to help participants to understand how individuals perceive and respond to change, and 2) to provide participants with strategies and techniques to aid the management of change. More specifically, the development outcomes will be to:
- Develop participants understanding of change: contextual analysis, diagnosing change issues, and identifying and using change intervention strategies
- Developing participant’s capacity to manage and lead change
- Developing, based on reflective learning, individual and organisational approaches to managing change
- Evaluating outcomes of change interventions
Middle to senior managers
Robert Price is an Associate Professor specialising in organisational change management and leadership. He contributes to the delivery of the School's continuing professional development programme, having delivered a number of seminars/workshops on managing organisational change for Suffolk Constabulary, West Suffolk Hospital NHS Trust
- The session(s) structure key themes, namely: Perception of change: Response to change; Rational-emotional aspects; and Resistance to change.
- Leading and managing people through change: approaches in relation to context.
- Managing and leading to sustain change
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