Leading change involves more than simply reducing resistance, but creating an awareness of the challenges and responsibilities that each person (no matter their level in the organization) faces as a change initiative goes forward. ""Leading Change Training"" is a practical, ready-to-use workbook written for training professionals, organizational development practitioners, change agents, chief executive officers, and others who are seeking create solid change programs within their organizations. Users of this book will be able to quickly create half-day, full-day, and multi-day workshops that integrate the change leadership models and theories in this book into solid training programs for agents of change, executives, leaders, managers, and supervisors as well as staff members who are often most impacted by the change. Like all the books in this series, this book includes a companion CD-ROM with ready-to-use presentations and electronic copies of all supporting material featured in the book.
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CHAPTER 1: Introduction: How to Use This Book Effectively; CHAPTER 2: How Organizational Change Affects Us; CHAPTER 3: Assessing the Organization's Environment; CHAPTER 4: Turning People On to Learning; CHAPTER 5: Evaluating Training Programs; CHAPTER 6: Two-Hour Executive Briefing on Change; CHAPTER 7: Workshops for Managers and Supervisors; CHAPTER 8: Workshops for Employees; CHAPTER 9: Learning Activities; CHAPTER 10: Training Tools.
Here's a tool that practices what it preaches - it's adaptable, real, and allows for focus in a variety of situations. Its solutions are doable. It's more than a tool - it's a toolbox full of tools. Michael T. Hiller Vice President Lending/Administration Stanford Federal Credit Union
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