Change Management Advanced Practitioner
Winston Churchill famously said “to improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often”.
We all understand change is part of life but for it to be implemented and embedded successfully we need to really understand how change impacts people and the tools and techniques we can use to make sure it sticks. There are many models, with common themes, that suggest how to manage change successfully. We’ve used our learning and experience of practising these to develop the best way we know today, focussing on 5 key themes.
The course introduces you to theory behind some essential tools and techniques within each of these themes that will enable you to implement sustainable change. You’ll have the opportunity to learn and share your experiences as well as to practise using some of the tools in a fun environment, with plenty of real life examples to make it all come alive and help you plan for how to start using what you’ve learned straight away.
This course is in collaboration with BT
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There is an opportunity to gain an accreditation with this programme for an extra £300. Enquire to Phil on 0161 295 2025
- Certification available: Change Management Advanced Practitioner
Mandy is a Senior Consultant at BT, she is a highly skilled coach and trainer, developing material and delivering multiple training for Change Management, Continuous Improvement and Leadership. Mandy is a subject matter expert and certified by the BQF as a Change Management Master Practitioner, managing the design and architecture of the ever evolving Change Management certification portfolio.
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- Understand the principles of sponsorship and best practice for contracting effectively.
- Understand how to assess individuals’ change readiness using a skill / will map.
- Name common triggers of influence and how to use these to create reinforcement.
- Be able to plan your communication and engagement into 3 distinct phases.
- Understand the elements of organisational culture that changes impacts.