Nov 5, 2012

Change Management Training

According to reports, 89% of managers experience some form of organizational change, every year. But are they ready for change? Are your top executives ready to handle and manage change? If not handled properly, change can end up disengaging people and damaging productivity. Most organizations understand that people at all levels must have the skills and knowledge to manage change. If they dont have those, then they are ready to provide training to cover the gaps. But what must change management training entail? Here is a quick look at what it should cover and why.

Who will require thistraining? Consider your business leaders, potential change agents down the line as well as the people on the ground. Each group will need a different approach, yet must come under the gambit of change management training.

What skills should be covered under change management? While business leaders must be trained to understand the emotional impact of change. They can be put through workshops in which they can run through exercises and role-play which cover typical reactions for change. This can help them manage their teams more efficiently during an internal change. On the other hand, project management skills are vital for middle managers. If your enterprise is going through major changes, then middle managers should have the skills to realign systems and relationships according to the schedule and within the allocated budget. They must also be trained to complete these, without negatively swinging client relationships, and employee morale.

Organizations like Talentpro

which specialize in learning and development programs can act as your outsourced training wing. They bring a wealth of knowledge and specialist trainers who can bring in a focused-group-style interaction to your key employees who will be the change makers within your organization. Their trainers identify with business and work-place problems, and work with your change leaders, not just on immediate solutions but on long-term behavior change, management capabilities, strategic thinking, communication and influencing skills; all essential for developing their change management profiles at work Because successful change management requires a long-term commitment of understanding the tugs between employer and employee. Remedial, last minute change management doesn't work.

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