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Managing Change - Adapt or Die

Half day Seminar

"The adaptive corporation needs a new kind of leadership. It needs ‘managers of adaptation' equipped with a whole new set of non-linear skills. Above all the adaptive manager today must be ... willing to think beyond the thinkable - to reconceptualise products, procedures, programs, and purposes before crisis makes drastic change inescapable.

Warned of impending upheaval, most managers still pursue business as usual. Yet, business as usual is dangerous in an environment that has become for all practical purposes, permanently convulsive.  - Alvin Toffler, The Adaptive Corporation

Organisational change has become a lifestyle.  New technologies, increasing competition, changing economic and socio-political circumstances, mergers, takeovers, deregulation, retrenchments, changing markets and clients are daily occurrences in the modern business world.

"There is nothing permanent except change."  - HERACLITUS

As a leader and manager, you face the challenge of maintaining performance and production under conditions which sometimes border on the chaotic.  Your staff often feel anxious, insecure, confused, threatened, angry, or powerless and resist any further change or innovations.  For you as a manager, it is often increasingly difficult to rely on job security, loyalty to the company, and stable career development as prime motivators for performance of people.

Leaders and managers in organizations often get involved in the processes of organizational change and renewal in a trial-and-error or ad hoc fashion, partly because academic and other training institutions pay very little attention to change and the effective management thereof as a managerial skill.

If not managed correctly, change will lead to resistance from those who must implement it, resulting in lower morale and reduced productivity. 

Management of change is a new skill, and although each situation is unique, and demands a tailor-made approach and experimentation, you will gain valuable insights from the suggestions and strategies offered by this workshop.

What you will learn:

  • Understand your role in the process of change.
  • Be sensitive to your personnel's reactions, understand them better, and manage them more effectively.
  • Prepare and motivate you and your personnel for the change, and guide you and them effectively through the change.
  • Establish a specific strategy for change management.
  • Maintain momentum for change and implementation.
  • Become an effective leader and manager of change.

Contact us about this seminar on 011 609-1264.

 
 
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