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Creating Value
       by Embracing Change

This seminar will help participants cope with and manage change - in the workplace and in their personal lives. The focus is on self-reorientation to what is, and on developing new vision and goals for the future.

Seminar Length: Two hours minimum. Full seminar: One full day.

Seminar Topics:

  • Recognizing the value in change
  • The nature of opportunity
  • Easing the drama and trauma of change
  • Dealing with personal loss
  • The five stages of grief
  • Tadpoles & lizards: don’t get attached to your tail
  • Reassessing your goals and expectations
  • The great change-management model
  • What’s wrong with this picture?
  • Avoiding the FUD effect
  • Blame, denial and story-telling: tools of self-sabotage
  • Reacting, responding and reframing
  • Understanding your need for control
  • Managing transitions: clarifying endings and beginnings
  • Communication and the change process
  • Helping others move through change
  • Redefining goals, roles and procedures
  • Creating a roadmap for the future
  • Communicating and partnering with your boss
  • Coping with constant change
  • 20/20 hindsight and forecasting the future
  • You can change history
  • Re-routing the stream of change
  • Discovering and embracing your role in the process
  • The power of shared vision
  • Maintaining your equilibrium
  • Exercising your sense of humor
  • Developing your action plan

Participants in this seminar
will learn:

  • To assess their skills and capacities for managing change
  • Positive and proactive ways of dealing with loss
  • Techniques for learning and growing through adversity
  • To open the lines of constructive communication
  • How to regain traction during and after change
  • How to discover and take advantage of new opportunities

Who should attend this seminar?

  • Executive teams
  • Managers
  • Employees at all levels

The seminar can be customized to meet the requirements and the skill level of your group.

Multiply the value of this seminar with a DISC Assessment

Everyone has his or her own behavioral style. DISC is a simple model for understanding behavioral styles and adapting your style to more effectively interact with others.

Prior to the seminar, each participant completes a survey and receives a 20-25 page report including:

  • An in-depth analysis of his/her behavioral style
  • Personalized recommendations for change based on his/her assessment
  • An action plan for personal growth and improvement

The personalized reports, and group interaction based on the assessments, add tremendous depth to the seminar.

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Contact us to schedule an Embracing Change seminar for your group.

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