Change is an ever-present and essential part of life, and the University a constantly evolving organisation. While this can make it a dynamic and vibrant place to work, change can present challenges for individuals and groups, and needs to be expertly managed if we are to realise the benefits of making changes at any scale.
This webinar highlights the value of effective change management and provides you with tools to take away and use in your management practice.
Led by organisational change experts, this webinar explores how to change behaviour or culture in a way that stays changed. This highly practical session includes how to manage the emotional reactions to change and utilises ‘nudge’ theory to influence behaviour.
You will work on real changes with peers, in a highly useful way to spend 90 minutes – and you will leave with tools you can apply immediately.
After the session, peer partnerships will coach and support each other whilst managing any practical changes they are making.
During the session you will explore:
- the applied principles of change management
- key stages involved – including the transition process for changing behaviour & culture
- how to communicate and influence change by using behavioural insights
This course has 1 x 120 minute session. There is required pre-work, including e-learning to check your understanding of change essentials and work with colleagues after the sessions. You must be able to commit to all elements.
Who should attend
Anyone with responsibility for managing teams and/or individuals
Presenters: Hazel Carter-Showell, Edward Parkes, Natalie Whitaker, Sara Burgess Duxbury; Carter Corson Business Psychologists