Building Change Resilience
The ability to adapt to change has been one of the most heavily tested skills during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. With teams returning to the workplace as restrictions are eased, we are entering a new phase that will require leaders to support psychological safety and rebuild the resilience of individuals and teams.
This workshop will provide managers and leaders with the foundational skills to identify emotional triggers, implement coping strategies and develop a well-being plan to implement when returning to the workplace.
Using a discussion-based facilitation method, participants will have the opportunity to share their experience, concerns and insight to better prepare and lead their teams over the coming months.
Leading in a VUCA world -
How volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity impacts leadership
The 5 change resistance triggers - Understand 'primary reward' or 'primary threat' circuitry in the brain and how this impacts behaviour
Identify and communicate project benefits
Emotional triggers -
Get to know and understand emotional triggers and how to cope better in response
Emotionally Intelligent leadership
Develop self-awareness to enable you to read the emotions of others and respond appropriately
Becoming an empathetic leader
Techniques to develop mutual trust and understanding
Practical tools to develop resilience so people having the ability to cope and adapt as events unfold
How mindfulness and imagination can help you to remain calm and support others
Building a team well-being plan
Develop a well-being action plan to support ongoing psychological safety
"The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but building the new."