Change management

Recommended for:

All employees, regardless of the hierarchical level in the company, that are responsible for implementing change within the company.


Proposed sessions help participants in:

  • Becoming aware of their own attitude toward change and its impact on behavior and performance in handling change
  • Becoming aware that adaptation and implementing change requires a series of suitable attitudes rather than technical skills
  • Understanding the types of resistance to change and how they can be approached
  • Understanding the stages of change both at a personal level, and an organizational level and applying techniques that allow successful change implementation
  • Applying a change facilitating model that promotes proactive attitude and change acceptance at a personal level


  • Reactive or proactive – managing change.
  • The emotional response to change – Personal impact and company impact when responses don’t fit the expectations of the team members that implement the change.
  • Techniques for moving past internal bottlenecks and accepting change
  • The moving wheel – the change curve.
  • Techniques to stimulate the engagement of team members in implementing change.
  • Change communication. Change management strategies.
  • Planning for the future – the individual plan of action.