Who Killed Change

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What’s Unique? 

Every day organizations around the world launch change initiatives, often big, expensive ones, designed to improve the status quo. Since those initiatives call for a high degree of behavioural change, 50 to 70 percent of these change efforts fail. A few perish suddenly, but many die painfully, prolonged deaths that drain the organization's resources, energy and morale. That’s why managing and addressing change plays an important role in the success or failure of any initiative.

LOGIC invites you to solve a crime where change was the victim, where the suspects were all the different roles management should play while cascading change. Your role here is to find out who or what killed change?

 
Key Learnings
   
Participants will learn how to best manage change and communicate it to their team and understand the role that employees’ emotions play while addressing change to them; since emotions are considered the prime suspect of killing change.
Program Content
  • Approaches to Change
  • Neuroscience & Change Management
    • The root cause of our reaction towards change
    • Your brain during the change process
    • Change Resistance
    • Employees reaction to change
  • Kotter’s Eight Steps of Change
    • Phase One: Creating a climate for change
      • Step 1: Increase urgency
      • Step 2: Building the guiding team
      • Step 3: Get the right vision
    • Phase Two: Engaging & enabling the whole organization
      • Step 4: Communicate for buy-in
      • Step 5: Enable action
      • Step 6: Create short term wins
    • Phase Three: Implementing and sustaining change
      • Step 7: Don’t let up
      • Step 8: Make it stick

LOGIC Methodology:

The course seeks to help organizations identify where they can create more efficient & effective change management while addressing and developing competencies to successfully implement and sustain change. That's what you'll find out in LOGIC’s unique course.

The course setup features a detective; An Agent, who's investigating the murder of yet another change. One by one, the agent interviews eleven prime suspects, including a short-sighted leader named Mervat Vision; a chronically late manager named Anwar Urgency; an executive named Camilia Communication, who makes communication all but possible; and several other doubtful characters.


The suspects are sure to sound familiar and you're bound to relate them in your own workplace. In the end, the agent along with the participants (who play the role of the Jury) solve the case in a way that will inspire them to effectively manage change in their own organization.

A step-by-step guide will show them how to apply the story's lessons to the real world. Key questions help them evaluate the health of their organization's change initiatives, and they'll learn best practices for enabling and sustaining the desired change.


This is why the course is based on:

  • Instant Application and interactivity: Our Simulation and engaging activities
  • Instant Feedback
  • Learning by Observing

Target Audience:

All managers in the organization struggling in cascading change in their department.

Duration:         1 Day

Capacity:         8 –15 Participants

Language:       English & Arabic

Fees :              1980 EGP


Schedule Runs

2015-02-18 09:00:00
2015-02-18 17:00:00