Event Date/Time: Sep 26, 2012
End Date/Time: Sep 26, 2012
All organisations are changing continuously and it is essential to recognise that change is in fact the status quo. This masterclass will tackle questions such as: How do you achieve long term sustainable change, delivered in an honest and open way? What do you do when you find yourself having to deliver someone else's change that youâ€™ve had no input into? How do you rationalise the change when you have been told at the same moment as your team? The largest barrier for change, especially planned change in organisations, is resistance from employees. This masterclass, led by Simon Moran, the former head of the London Underground's Department for Change and Process (supervising 20,000 employees!) is the definitive guide to understanding and overcoming employee resistance in all organisations. Simon's vast experience working in several sectors ensures that this masterclass will be relevant to members of all organisations, in particular to heads of change, knowledge management, IT, process, HR, and all leaders with an active interest in keeping their organisations up to date while maintaining an engaged workforce.
This is an interactive session where some theory will be used in conjunction with lots of examples. Change is a subject we all have experience in, so delegates will be encouraged to bring their experience and thoughts to the group for discussion. The day will provide you with stimuli and data to explore and define possible further development needs for you and your team.