Change Practitioner Training Overview in less than 3 minutes
The Change Practitioner can be invaluable in supporting the delivery of the organisation's improvement and change programme providing tangible benefits to the organisation.
Value and Skills:
Training internal employees to be Change Practitioners can be invaluable in supporting the delivery of the organisation's change programme, change management framework and benefits realisation. The right training is critical to developing organisation change capability. Having internal Change Management Practitioner capability gives the organisation competitive advantage and agility to deal with internal and external change. The leadership team can then adapt quickly to change, reduce employee resistance, implement change and obtain the Return on Investment (ROI). Leaders who manage change remove obstacles affecting efficiency, helping to maintain company productivity whilst reducing change implementation time.
1. What is a Change Practitioner? 2. What is the role of a Change Practitioner? 3. Who Should Attend? 4. Why Attend Change Practitioner Training? 5. Organisational Leadership Benefits 6. What Will You Learn 7. a2B Change Management Framework 8. a2B AUILM Employee Adoption Model 9. a2B5R Employee Behavioural Model 10. Developing the Skills of a Change Practitioner
What is the role of a Change Practitioner?
#1. Support delivery of the organisations change programme, framework and beneﬁts
#2. Support employees through the change adoption cycle - AUILM
#3. Support the organisation to develop the ‘B’ sate behaviours - a2B5R
Further information: https://www.a2b.consulting/change-practitioner-training
Peter F Gallagher is a Change Management Global Thought Leader, Expert, International Speaker, Author and Leadership Alignment Coach.
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