Managing Change for All

Managing Change for All


Change has a considerable psychological impact on the human mind. To the fearful it is threatening because it means that things may get worse. To the hopeful it is encouraging because things may get better. To the confident it is inspiring because the challenge exists to make things better. King Whitney Jr

We all experience change from time to time. Without change we would stagnate. However, change can be perceived negatively as a threat, or positively as an opportunity.  This course will equip you to incorporate and manage change in yourself, helping you to navigate the waters of change and understand the effect change will have upon you. It will also help you support and understand others through times of change.

We will be covering

    • The escalating pace of change – looking at change through the ages and the impact on people
    • The four different types of change
    • Understand the impact that change has on people
    • The emotional and physical reactions to change
    • Personal change - a look at the Elisabeth Kübler-Ross model and the different reactions to  change we all experience and how to navigate through the varying stages
    • Stepping out of our comfort zone
    • The “locus of control” are we a victim or a victor of our circumstances
    • Proactive rather than reactive change
    • Dealing with loss and marking passages of time
    • Setting goals for the future
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