Manage the Impact of Change

Change Management strategies to minimise impact

How to lead on the impact on of change

Change Management module 2)

By understanding how people come to terms with change, Along with how and why they can potentially react when undergoing change is essential to the helping process. Limiting the negative impact that change can bring is key to all business operations.


Participants will be equipped to:

  • Describe why change can be difficult
  • Explain the change curve that many individuals experience when undergoing change
  • Contribute suggestions of how to support others when transitioning through change
  • Limit the negative effects that change can bring
  • Suggestions for practical actions to help people handle each stage of the Change Curve ( a change management model)

Options: This module can be taken as a standalone 90 minute session or packaged up with Modules 1, 3 and 4 of our full course:

Lead on change towards a more successful business Change Management (mod 1)

 Handle Resistance to Change with Sian Phillips Coaching Resistance to Change (mod 3)

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 course and can be combined for best effect. Any of these 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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Our courses can be facilitated either virtually (remotely) inhouse or a mutually agreed venue. Bespoke options avaiable

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