Where: Royal Plaza On Scotts, 25 Scotts Road, Orchard Road, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • Early Bird: $417.30
  • Normal: $470.80
  • Members: $374.50
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John P. Kotter mentioned in his book, “Leading Change” (HBR 2012), that the mistakes smart people make when they are trying to make high-stake changes at workplace over the years, have not really shifted.

While they have learnt much from these over the years, it has been observed by him that “challenges have been growing as fast, or faster, than their skills”. This can be seen as “scary” but to the lifelong learner, change is inevitably where growth and innovation are rooted at.

After the workshop, you will be able to:
- know that Change is a matter of urgency
- align Change to organisation’s mission, vision and values
- understand the sustaining need for change
- recognise if Change is suited for the long-term, or if short-term gains are acceptable
- ensure Change as a culture and endearing mindset

What you will learn
Mission, Vision and Core Values
- How and where do these 3 imply the urgency of Change?

Change and the role it plays
- When was the last change effort and what became of it?
- Sustaining “Good” and striving for “Excellent”
- Reviewing the purpose of Change
- Is Change a routine, and Transformation a radical move?

Employees and Change
- Are employees empowered for Change?
- Past and present factors hindering Change: are they always people-related?
- Difference between “making a change” and “Re-engineering”
- Is readiness for Change a cultural thing?

The Implementation of Change
- Effort of small and large companies in Change and Transformation
- Change ETHOS: what are the key principles to embrace?
- Linking Change with resilience, innovative mindset, risk-bearing and sustaining lifelong learning
- Communicating Change – simply, sincerely and safely

Who Should Attend?
Managers and team leads who would like to learn how to help employees and the organisation to transition through change.

Methodology
Participants are guided through practical steps of the topic with a combination of lectures, brainstorming sessions, discussions, experiential games, videos, case studies, role-plays and scenario planning.