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MANAGING FOR CHANGE

Purpose

In the time of slow economic growth, it can be positive for a corporation to change strategies and systems for the sake of survival, but in many cases these changes are not well-accepted among employees who are required to change locations or be sent to another department or type of work.

MFC: MANAGING FOR CHANGE is designed to help managers:

  • Understand negative feelings of subordinates toward new functions or departments at the time of corporate change
  • Respond to and effectively manage subordinates who face changes
  • Increase productivity by creating cooperation.

Expected Results

You will be able to:

  • Understand change itself and also personal emotional changes as well
  • Motivate subordinates to implement the company’s new vision
  • Manage their emotional side well and respond more positively
  • Make action plans concretely to realize the vision and promote execution
  • Create a strong team ready to respond quickly to corporation change
  • Improve the performance of subordinates in the changing environment so productivity of the department or corporation as a whole will increase.

Who should take this course?

  • Participants: Managers, those who are in position to manage others.
  • Number: 20 per class
  • Period: 3 days

Course Program

Day 1
9:00

1. Orientation

2. What is change?

  • Changing environment
  • How to communicate change
  • Growth curve
  • Contents and characteristics of change
17:00

3. How people respond to changes

  • Change management.
  • 4 responses to change
  • N model
Day 2
9:00

(Review of the previous day)
4. How people behave when people receive changes

  • Struggle: Official face and honest feeling
  • Talk with him/herself
17:00

5. How can we help people to accept change

  • Understanding process of change
  • Giving feedback
  • Responding to 4 reactions
  • CSE
Day 3
9:00

(Review of the previous day)
6. Self management for managers

  • Trust
  • Stop to think

7. Ideas go over the change

  • Paradigm
  • Vision

8. Method to go over changes

  • Diamond and stone
  • Problematic paradigm
  • Make an action plan
  • Essential elements for success
  • Adding/ correcting an action plan
  • Presentation and comments
17:00

9. Summary and closing

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