There are few guarantees in the workplace today. However, change is one of them. More than ever, organizations and their environments are in a state of flux; streamlining processes, upgrading technologies, introducing new products and competing in a global market. In some cases these changes are planned, in others they are unplanned. Sometimes the forces for change are internal to the organization, sometimes they are caused by external conditions. The need for an organization and its people to meet and cope with change requires employees to be competent in dealing with and managing change.
Nov 02, 2017 (8:30am-4pm)
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The values of employees in a change-competent organization are a unique combination of traditional and new workforce values. Building change competency requires employees to adapt a new attitude and approach toward their work and organization; it’s making change a part of “business as usual.”
This program, led by change-leader expert, Priya Klocek, involves great deal of discussion, interactive exercises and practical applications
At the conclusion of the program, participants should be able to:
• Understand the role of change in organizational success
• Understand that change affects individuals, teams and organizations differently
• Identify and manage the phases of change
• Understanding the people side of change
• Understanding how to deal with change (Participants access how they deal with change personally)
• Discuss how to lead and manage change
• Understanding Organizational Change Management (OCM)
• Understanding the Change Cycle
• Managing stress and setbacks during change
Priya is a human resource professional with more than 15 years of experience working with a variety of organization on employee development, change management, global diversity and cultural awareness. Priya has extensive experience in conducting skills assessments, analyzing results, and facilitating debrief sessions.
Priya’s corporate experience includes being instrumental in the cross-cultural training of employees in both the U.S. and abroad.
Priya holds a Bachelors degree in business from the College of Mount St. Joseph and a Master’s degree in Human Resource Development from Xavier University. She is a certified coach practitioner and teaches a graduate course on managing diversity at Northern Kentucky University. Priya is also qualified in the Prosci Change Management methodology and the Intercultural Development Inventory.