Food Security and Agriculture

Training Course on Change Management

Course Overview

Change is the only constant that we can rely on in the business world. It is critical that organizations understand change, promote change, cope with change, and value change. Change is often needed so to address problems or opportunities in any organization caused by internal or external factors. Numerous approaches and tools can be used to manage change, all of them ultimately prescribe adjustments to the processes, systems, job roles, and the organization structure.

Through a combination of theoretical concepts, case studies, and interactive exercises, participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of the Change Management process. They will learn how to analyze and assess change impacts, develop change strategies, and engage stakeholders to successfully implement and sustain change.

Course Objectives

Through the trainer’s expertise and practical knowledge, you will be able to define the key concepts associated with change management in order to:

  • Understand Change.
  • Describe how to implement a Change Program.
  • Identify and overcome Obstacles to Change.
  • Apply the knowledge gained, and contributing in effective change in the organization.
  • Demonstrate the impact of change in the organization.
  • Implement the requirement for a sound change process within the organization.

Course Duration: 5 days

Course Outline

Module One

By the end of the session the participants should be able to:

  • Explain what is change management.
  • Describe organizational change.
  • Discuss types of organisational change.
  • Explain areas of concern when managing change.
  • Explain the steps in change management process.
  • Implement change upon past experiences (Gibbs reflective cycle).
  • Execute and apply the principles of change.

Module Two

By the end of the session the participants should be able to:

  • Explain the types of changes that happen in the work place.
  • Differentiate between the positive and negative impact of change.
  • Demonstrate how to motivate change in the workplace.
  • Explain how to effectively communicate change to the team.
  • Demonstrate how to help the team cope with the changes in the organization.
  • Interpret different reactions to change.
  • Explain the stages the team goes through during change (DREC cycle of change).

Module Three

By the end of the session the participants should be able to:

  • Recognize what is resistance to change.
  • Explain common reasons for resistance to change.
  • Discuss different levels of resistance to change.
  • Apply knowledge of (Kubler Ross change curve) to understand emotional response.
  • Analyse how they can deal with fear of failure using (ADKAR model).
  • Implement the tips to overcome resistance to change.
  • Determine the different reactions to change.

Module Four

By the end of the session the participants should be able to:

  • Explain how leaders should establish change vision.
  • Recognise the characteristics of change vision.
  • Develop a strategy for coming up with a change vision.
  • Preparing the team for the change vision.
  • Explain what to do before leaders communicate the change vision.
  • Demonstrate how effective change leaders communicate the change vision.
  • Develop steps to better communicate a change vision successfully.

Module Five

By the end of the session the participants should be able to:

  • Explain on how to build momentum during change and manage resistance.
  • Discuss how to drive resistance.
  • Describe different types of resistance to change.
  • Explain signs of resistance to change.
  • Apply model for overcoming resistance to change (Force field Analysis).
  • Apply framework for managing change (Kurt Lewin).

Note: This outline provides a general structure for a 5-day training program on Change Management. The specific content, activities, and duration of each session may be adjusted based on the target audience, learning objectives, and available time.

Classroom Training Schedule

Start Date End Date Location Cost Apply
Jul 01, 2024 Jul 05, 2024 Nairobi $ 950 Register
Aug 05, 2024 Aug 09, 2024 Nairobi $ 950 Register
Sep 09, 2024 Sep 13, 2024 Nairobi $ 950 Register
Oct 14, 2024 Oct 18, 2024 Nairobi $ 950 Register
Nov 18, 2024 Nov 22, 2024 Nairobi $ 950 Register

Virtual Training Schedule

Start Date End Date Location Cost Apply
Jun 10, 2024 Jun 14, 2024 Online $ 350 Register
Jul 15, 2024 Jul 19, 2024 Online $ 350 Register
Aug 19, 2024 Aug 23, 2024 Online $ 350 Register
Sep 23, 2024 Sep 27, 2024 Online $ 350 Register
Oct 28, 2024 Nov 01, 2024 Online $ 350 Register
Dec 02, 2024 Dec 06, 2024 Online $ 350 Register

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Group Discounts

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Course Language

This Training course is offered in ENGLISH . Please indicate the language of choice during registration.

Training Approach

Our instructor-led trainings use well guided presentations, practical exercises, and group acivities. Participants are encouraged to bring any data relevant to their job responsibilities. Training manuals and additional reference materials are provided to the participants.

Certification

Upon completion of training, the participant will be issued with a certificate of Completion.

Post Training Support

Our commitment our clients success extends beyond the training program. We offer ongoing 3 months support through Q&A sessions, online forums, and access to our expert instructors.

Tailor-Made Course

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