Adjust to Change
This 3-hour course includes 90 minutes of live online instruction and 90 minutes of self-directed learning.
It’s no surprise that change happens—often. As leaders, we must be ready to tackle changes whether they are driven by an external force (e.g., a merger) or an internal inspiration (e.g., expansion and growth). When a change happens, leadership must analyze both the risks and opportunities before making a plan to move forward. All of this requires knowing how to adapt to change in the workplace.
Adjusting to change means being able to adapt, yes, but also embrace change and even seek it out. When we enjoy change, it becomes easier. When we resist change, our businesses fall behind, and we find ourselves dragging our feet as the world progresses around us. This course is here to inspire you to face change with a creative and energetic approach that helps you and inspires those around you.
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Leaders who need to understand how to adjust to change in the workplace and help others along the new path as well
What You’ll Learn
This course teaches you the steps that lead to success as you progress through the Change Model. With multiple scenarios designed to get you thinking, you’ll learn how to accept change yourself and help lead—not push—others through changing times. Finally, you’ll discover the eight mistakes leaders most commonly make when organizing and implementing change.
Our Dale Carnegie Trainers are skilled at adapting to changes quickly. The course’s exercises will help you practice your new skills, so you can be proficient in adapting to change including your attitudes and your approach.
Why You Want To Learn It
As Dale Carnegie writes, “Do you know someone you would like to change and regulate and improve? Good! That is fine. I’m all in favor of it. But why not begin on yourself?” Without first learning how we personally adapt to change, we will be unsuccessful at leading others through it too.
How It Will Help You
Adjusting to the future will help us drive positive outcomes in life and business. By learning to embrace change, we become ready for anything the world throws at us. Knowing how to handle this results in less stress and worry when facing change.
- Adaptability: Open-minded. Demonstrates flexibility and a positive attitude when faced with changes.
- Change management: Seeks opportunities to redirect self, others, and processes to transform the organization.
- Attitude: Maintains a friendly, positive, and enthusiastic outlook.
- Professionalism: Projects an image of honesty, confidence, and integrity that fosters credibility.
Explore internal and external factors that drive change and how change impacts the organization and its people. Set the right things in motion the right way, and avoid pitfalls while navigating the team through uncertain times. The 5-Step Model takes leaders from analyzing though planning, and culminates with implementing and measuring the factors of change. Read More >
Intentional living is where purpose, values, and actions all intersect. It means making choices to carry us through life rather than letting life decide our direction. Being intentional is a sort of promise. When we follow through on the promise of who we want to be, then we can say we are living life with intention. Intentional living should pervade everything we do, from family time to what we accomplish at work. Read More >
Establishing a new work environment and addressing the anxiety that comes with different routines and uncertainty can exact a price on people’s attitudes. Those with a positive mindset and the confidence that they can accomplish their goals will be more resilient than others. Organizations can develop cultures that support that resilience through being transparent and honest about the decisions they make and by ensuring the company’s missions and goals are clear to everyone. Read More >
Dale Carnegie Methodology
The Dale Carnegie® methodology is time-tested with thousands of testimonials attesting that it works. From the very start, on an individual level, you will set stretch goals and with the support of the social learning environment, the ‘in-the-moment’ coaching by the highly trained facilitators, the accountability to commitments, progress will be visible to yourself and others. In the Dale Carnegie® methodology, we focus on building strengths to overpower our weaknesses. We believe that everyone has inherent greatness, and it simply needs to be identified and nurtured.