Find out about:
- Communicating change with confidence
- Embracing and embedding change
- Challenging conversations
- Being resilient in challenging times
Find out about:
This interactive half-day workshop focuses on some practical ways in which you can improve your skills and confidence when communicating change. It also includes ways of building emotional resilience for the communicators and for the people affected by the changes.
Managers planning change.
At the end of this workshop, participants should be able to:
Additionally we can provide individual support for managers to give effective, meaningful and productive messages to your staff during a period of change. HR can work with you on an individual basis to develop a communication plan which fits your needs.
This half day workshop will enable you to find out strategies to handle and embrace change in a positive way to focus on the future, taking stock and moving forwards.
Dealing with change is a fact of life - it's never-ending in a world where technology is constantly changing our way of life and where expectations of us in and outside work are in constant transition. Some changes are small and seemingly trivial, while other changes can appear much more significant. Some people adapt to change easily while others may find transitions more difficult.
This workshop aims to help you find strategies and tools for making change happen positively.
By the end of this workshop you should be able to:
Any member of staff.
Practical tips and tools for managers to prepare for challenging conversations effectively.
To access the Challenging Conversations learning opportunities log into myUCA, using your UCA username and password. Click on myLearning and Development.
Equipping yourself to build resilience and positivity. Please refer to the Online Resources section to find supporting videos, articles and UCA's Health, Safety & Wellbeing Policy.
The University offers a free, confidential staff telephone counselling service to staff. See Staff Telephone Counselling Service for more information.
Call the Learning and Development Team on 01252 891471 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org