Virtual Training Materials – These materials have been adapted from the corresponding classroom course materials that you will also find on our website. However, we have changed the structure and content so that it better suits delivery in a virtual environment such as a video conference call. This means no major alteration to the content, but the structure and method of delivery will have altered.
These change management virtual training course materials are aimed at anyone within an organisation. This could be people that have been through or are going through change and need to understand their feelings and emotions, or by leaders and managers that are required to implement change and understand the process and the range of emotions that people go through.
Training course contents:
Change is happening all the time and it is one of the guaranteed constants in life. This can be particularly true in the workplace, where organisations must adapt and change consistently to ensure they are able to keep up with client requirements in an ever-changing workplace.
It’s important that people are open to change in the workplace and that leaders in an organisation know how to manage people and ensure they get the best out of them during this process. These virtual training course materials aim to ensure that leaders have the tools they need to help people through the change process and all participants are made aware of the range of emotions they are likely to go through as a result of change.
Samples of training course materials
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The main content of the virtual training course materials…
Leading Change – Setting out the key steps required to implement and effective change strategy
The Phases of Change – A model that helps participants identify with and appreciate the stages you go through when coping with and dealing with change. A change to walk through these emotions
Rules of Change – How people consider change and establishing the learning you might take from this
Marketing New Products – Using this marketing concept to understand how people adjust to change. Applying four different ‘types’ to identify who gets on board with change and how to utilise the different types to benefit the change process
Resistance to Change – Establishing people’s reaction to change and how many of us are resistant. Understanding the key emotions that make us resistant and what we can do to challenge this thinking and support people by developing a plan to reduce resistance
Communicating Change – Effective communication of change is critical to its success. This section outlines the importance of implementing a good change message and helps highlight the levels and types of communication people might need at each of the different phases depending on what emotions they are currently feeling
The Words We Use – How to adapt our conversations and what we say to suit the people we are speaking to, so they get the best out of conversations and take on board what you are trying to say
Change Briefing – A chance to practice the development of a change briefing and then present it to peers
Your Change Model – A change to practice your learning by developing a model of change that can be used in future
By the end of the change virtual training course, your participants will be able to:
- Tackle change more effectively at a personal level
- Lead change for those around them
- Assess the people in their teams that support them with change
- Plan their approach to changes in the workplace
- Present an effective change briefing