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Organizational Development and Behavioral Training

Change Management is the process, tools and techniques to manage the people-side of change to achieve a required business outcome.

The ability of organizations to manage change effectively has become more important because of the rapid advances in technology and the increasing uncertainty and risk associated with the business environment.

Managing change requires flexibility, good planning, an effective decision making system and an efficient management information system, as well as effective communication systems and channels.

The quest for an individual development often begins with a desire for change. Change means what kind of change

  • Being a change agent and having a interpersonal effectiveness to achieve results for the organization
  • Change in long lasting visibility and to impact the work done by you
  • Change in your reputation of how to behave interact and maintain relations
  • Change as a force multiplier where the working relationships with peers, subordinates and superiors across departments help in achieving the desire result

To conquer greater heights in society as well as organization it is essential to become aware of the need for change on a conscious level, and then definitely will be in a position to do something. However not everything in life can be or should be changed.

It’s a cliché’, but change has always been the only constant factor. Today the pace of change has accelerated greatly and we all need ways to deal with this fact of modern life. As an employee of an organization we all need to face and manage change in a constructive way. This is a challenge because everyone wants to be successful in career, in relationships in life. In short we want to be champion of change, “change leaders”. Such individuals are adaptable, creative, and responding to change.
Why Change Management:
  • Creating change awareness among the participants
  • Intra and Intercommunication skills
    Intra-personal communication skills:
    This implies individual reflection, contemplation and meditation. One example of this is transcendental meditation. According to the experts this type of communication encompasses communicating with the divine and with spirits in the form of prayers and rites and rituals.
    Interpersonal communication skills:
    This is direct, face-to-face communication that occurs between two persons. It is essentially a dialogue or a conversation between two or more people. It is personal, direct, as well as intimate and permits maximum interaction through words and gestures.
  • Personal effectiveness and efficiency
  • Different communication styles
  • Identification of the origin of resistance by analysis of challenges
  • Set priorities related to day-to-day work
  • Understand communication styles of self and others to manage change effectively
  • Enhance the participants understand the critical business issues, opportunities to be addressed
  • Communicate the benefits of change and the risk of not changing
  • Being pro-active, visible and adapt to change
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