Handle Resistance to Change

Lead on Resistance to change in any organisation

Turn employee resistance to change to a positive

Managing Change Module 3) 

This Module is centric to handling resistance to change and the impact of change on employees. Aimed at helping you to recognise when people are seemingly defiant in the face of change. To gain an understanding of why people may resist change is key to breaking down barriers and successfully bringing the team with you.

Participants will be equipped to:

  • Contribute some suggestions that will help to overcome resistance
  • Limiting the negative effects that change can sometimes bring

They will be able to:

  • Suggest why people resist change
  • Anticipate resistance then identify things you can do to minimise struggles
  • Recognise the signs of passive and active resistance to shifts
  • Take practical steps to overcome resistance to change

Options: this module can be taken as a standalone 90 minute session or packaged up with Modules 1,2 and 4 of our full course:

Manage the impact of change with Sian PhillipsManage the Impact of Change (mod 2)

 Make change management a positive experience  Change Management (Mod 1)

Handle change in a VUCA environment with Sian Phillips Coaching at My Training ShopChange in a VUCA Environment (mod 4)


The following Everything DiSC Behavioural virtual and interactive courses are in synergy with this learning and can be combined for best effect. Any of the following profiling assessments will enrich your change management plan and assist with working towards a positive culture in your organisation:

Everything DiSC Catalyst  Everything DiSC Agile Everything DiSC for Leaders
Improve your Teams culture using DiSC the most popular profiling instrument

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