Managing People Through Change

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Managing People Through Change training workshop with DVD  introduces managers to the critical skills necessary for leading their employees through change.  A classic trainer's choice for facilitating change management workshops.

Managing People Through Change  examines four predictable phases:

  1. change
  2. denial
  3. resistance
  4. exploration and commitment

Key Training Points:

  • identify and understand the four phases of change
  • be more sensitive to the emotional aspects of change
  • implement change while maintaining productivity and morale
  • guide the process of change to achieve desired goals

Training Package includes DVD of training film plus Facilitator's Guide and employee handbook. Running time is 19 minutes


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