Human Resources

Change Management

Date(s):

Next open course: TBA

This course is delivered as a bespoke course for departmental teams of 8 to 15 people.

Time: TBA (1½-hours).

Presenter(s): Amanda Chapman

About this course:

Significant change in the way a team is required to operate can lead to a range of difficult feelings such as anxiety or worry, especially in the period when it is not yet clear what the change will mean for each individual.

Amanda has practical experience of the effects of change management within the University context. She has developed a set of simple yet effective strategies for adapting to changing demands and expectations that will assist team members to meet the challenges.

What you will learn:

  • How people respond individually to change
  • Why change can trigger negative responses
  • Techniques to help manage anxiety and other negative feelings
  • The importance of working as a strong team.

Who should attend this course:

This course is suitable for teams who are experiencing significant change management.

What previous participants have said about this course:

I enjoyed the course and Amanda provided us with good tips.

Good to hear the trainer’s experiences and listen to other people’s feelings and thoughts.

The course gave a different perspective than I’d anticipated [and included] reliable advice from someone with experience of change both positive and negative.

Resources

Staying Safe and Well web pages:

http://www.bath.ac.uk/hr/stayingsafewell/Managing_health_and_safety/index.html

University Wiki: 1st Stop for Health and Safety https://wiki.bath.ac.uk/dashboard.action

This Wiki includes a Line Managers’ Stress Management tool-kit and a Wellbeing and Resilience tool-kit for employees.

Booking

To arrange a course for your departmental team please contact Amanda Chapman a.chapman2@bath.ac.uk Tel.: 4571 in the first instance to discuss your requirements.