Change happens all around. It is how a person deals with change that makes them – or breaks them. This seminar will help you find ways to focus on keeping your life balanced through the change process.
This course will teach you how to:
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People respond very differently to organizational change:
People with the same Type preferences report similar reactions, concerns, strengths, and needs. Type provides one important window for understanding oneself and others and gives guidance to leaders for helping their people deal effectively with organizational change. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is the most widely used personality instrument in America. You will take this instrument on line before the workshop. During the workshop, your Type results will be explained and will be related to your strengths and needs during organizational change. We will also discuss the impact of organizational change - addressing the difference between intentional change which leaders experience with imposed change which is what workers experience. Additional topics include how the Types resist change, respond to stress, and develop a new understanding of their own strength and resilience in the face of ongoing changes.
Change has become a constant in most working environments, and learning to ride the waves and survive -- even thrive -- is an essential workplace skill in the 21st century. In this interactive workshop, participants will learn to:
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