Full Day Change Management Workshop

Full Day Change Management Workshop

 

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About The Event

If you missed to see recent webinar presented by Peter De Jager on 6/27, here is another opportunity to hear the recorded version.

PMI Mumbai Chapter (pmimumbaichapter.org) and successinprojects.com presents International famous Change Management Guru Peter de Jager from Canada who will lead a very interactive Change Management Workshop. Peter de Jager is a management consultant with 30+ years of problem Solving and change management Experience. He has done more than thousand presentations ranging from audiences at town hall meetings in middle America to world leaders at the World Economic Forum, the World Bank and the Bank for International Settlement.

Workshop Objectives -

  • Chance for each person – to get their pressing Change question/problem on the agenda.
  • We don’t resist Change – We resist being Changed
  • Classroom interaction to challenge what they ‘think’ the Change problem is.
  • We already know what we need to know about Change.
  • Group interaction where THEY identify based on their experiences, why some changes fail, and other succeed.
  • Basic Change Process Mode.
  • Overview of the Kubler-Ross Grief Cycle and how Some of the concepts, not all, are applicable to the corporate environment
    More Nuanced Change Process
  • Overview and examination of the Virginia Satir Change Process Model with respect to Corporate/Organizational Change Management
  • Key concepts - Status Quo,  Denial, Rejection, Foreign Element Threat Analysis, Chaos, Integration, New Status Quo.
  • Overview of a Change Communication Template
  • The 7 Key Questions of Change Management
    • Why – Why is the Change Necessary
    • WIIFM – Why the personal concerns are important.
    • Monday – what are the specific Changes that happen immediately
    • Won’t – What will stay the same during the Change
    • Might – What might go wrong. How risk management is crucial
    • Will – What will be difficult and how will we manage that difficulty
    • Signposts – How do we know we’re making progress?

To know more about Peter De Jager visit http://www.petrusdejager.com. You can view much of his work at www.vimeo.com/technobility


 

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