InstructorVarun Harnal
TypeOnline Course
PriceFree
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  3. Course Language: English
  4. Course Duration: 00:39:07
  5. No. of. Articles: 12

Change Management – A step by step guide for managing people in the case of a sudden change in life

 

Description

The rules for organizational success are ever-changing. The new context then demands the renewal of your capabilities and the development of different mindsets. In this course, you’ll learn the different components of the change process at the workplace as well as at home. This course details the process of how to heal from loss, disappointment, and other emotional trauma. It explores the physiological implications of certain chronic emotions such as anger or sadness and discusses common emotional challenges. It also reviews techniques to promote emotional healing, and how to move forward after the process has been completed. Through understanding the impact of emotion and recognizing when a change must be made, the challenging and lengthy process of getting back to performance can begin. This course discusses the stages in emotional change as researched by researchers across the globe.

This course is suitable for personal or professional purposes. This course serves as an excellent resource for those who may need to understand or guide another person through their emotional healing. Management professionals will find that it reflects psychology within a deeply human context; social workers, teachers, religious leaders, and others who sometimes become stand-ins for counselors/coaches will discover new perspectives and ways to help those that come to them. If you are a parent considering this course to support and encourage children and teenagers, you’ll find that this course makes it easy for you to understand and to adapt in life so as to guide them through difficult times. The slides, case studies, and quizzes used in the program will help as a takeaway resource for participants to coach other people on the subject.

Who this course is for:

This course is suitable for personal or professional purposes. This course serves as an excellent resource for those who may need to understand or guide another person through their emotional healing. Management professionals will find that it reflects psychology within a deeply human context; social workers, teachers, religious leaders, and others who sometimes become stand-ins for counselors/coaches will discover new perspectives and ways to help those that come to them. If you are a parent considering this course to support and encourage children and teenagers, you’ll find that this course makes it easy for you to understand and to adapt in life so as to guide them through difficult times. The slides, case studies, and quizzes used in the program will help as a takeaway resource for participants to coach other people on the subject.

Section 1Course content
Lecture 1Introduction to the facilitator
Lecture 2Understanding how 'change' can be stressful and why it is important to study it
Lecture 3Course guidelines to make the best use of this course
Lecture 4A Case Study on Change
Lecture 5 Introduction to the various stages on the Change Curve
Lecture 6The first stage of 'Shock'
Lecture 7The 'Denial' stage
Lecture 8The 'Frustration' stage
Lecture 9The stage of 'Letting-go'
Lecture 10The 'Testing' and 'Searching for meaning' stage
Lecture 11The stage of successful 'Integration' of change
Lecture 12Bonus Lecture

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