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It is critical that managers have training in and knowledge of the dynamics of the change process. Whether the force for change comes from external sources or from within the organization, managers often act as agents for changes. This training will help you, as a manager, to adequately prepare yourself and your staff for change and reduce resistance to change.


  • Understand your organization and how it responds to change.
  • Recognize and understand the different types of change: strategic, operational, organizational and leadership.
  • Know how to prepare for change and maintain intended goals.
  • Recognize how you and others respond to change.
  • Ensure cooperation by communicating and building teamwork and participation in change.
  • Provide support for employees dealing with the stress and conflict of change.
  • Anticipate and manage the resistance that is inevitable through appropriate organization and planning.
  • Learn why your leadership is so critical during change.
  • Develop a positive, motivational climate.
  • Match present goals to past goals while keeping an eye out for the future.
  • Practice, role-play, problem-solve and discuss.
  • Translate what you learn into action.

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