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Process Improvement

Innovative ways to gain employee commitment to strategic planning process and change management process through workplace learning and development.

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PDF Document Adjust to Change Adapting to Change
Change Management, Adaptability
Creative Thinking, Stress Management
PDF Document Analyze Problems and Make Decisions Problem Analysis
Decision Making
Initiative, Leadership, Stress Management
PDF Document Change Engagement Adapting to Change
Change Management, Adaptability
Creative Thinking, Initiative
PDF Document Innovation Change Management
Change Management, Creative Thinking, Adaptability
External Awareness, Interpersonal Skills, Vision, Decision Making
PDF Document Lead Change without Authority Adapting to Change
Change Management, Leadership
Influence, Adaptability
PDF Document Manage Change Effectively Change Management
Change Management
Creative Thinking, Leadership, Management Controls
PDF Document Process Improvement Problem Analysis
Change Management, Creative Thinking, Teamwork
Communication, Initiative
PDF Document Project Planning Project Management
Accountability, Teamwork, Vision
Influence, Leadership, Results Oriented
PDF Document Team Change Engagement Adapting to Change
Change Management, Teamwork
Initiative, Adaptability
PDF Document Team Problem Solving and Decision Making Problem Analysis
Creative Thinking, Teamwork, Decision Making
Change Management, Interpersonal Skills


Curriculum Areas

The competencies taught through our iMAP process are delivered through six different curriculum areas. Select your area of interest below to learn more.
Team Member EngagementLeadership DevelopmentSales
Presentation EffectivenessProcess

Employee Engagement White Paper

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Talent Management White Paper

Understanding and  Engaging IT Professionals

Change Management Feature:

Change in the workplace can sometimes lead to role confusion and disengaged employees. To prevent this, the change management process must be constantly refined to address the needs of every corporation or team. This can be done by helping employees more easily adapt to change, manage stress, and problem solve creatively. The change management process may feel unpredictable, but with a few logical steps and innovative thinking, it can become less daunting and more manageable.
Download a Free Guide to the Change Management Process

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