Change: Responding To Change Successfully

Change, one of the only constants in life!! Change can be challenging, frustrating, and annoying as well as exciting, creative and invigorating.  As dynamic individuals, we experience change in our personal, professional, social and work lives. Change can be planned and it can be unexpected. No matter which, the personal impact change has on everyone is as unique as we are as individuals. This interactive program will explore change from a personal and professional perspective and provide realistic and practical suggestions for handling change effectively.

What You Will Learn:

  • A practical definition of change
  • Three factors which drive change
  • A method to assess the change you are experiencing in your life
  • The difference between individual change and organizational change
  • Resiliency and the five characteristics which are critical to respond successfully to change
  • The four stages of change and the behaviors and strategies associated with each
  • A practical analysis tool to review your own personal change

Who Should Attend:

  • Managers responsible for implementing change initiatives
  • Staff experiencing technology, people or process changes at work
  • Anyone affected by personal, work, or professional changes
  • Anyone interested in improving his/her ability to respond positively to change
Tom Bagarella, Human Resources
Thursday, November 15, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Charles River Campus - Human Resources Training Room, room 244 (25 Buick Street, Second Floor)