To help organisations and individuals manage change successfully.
Help your employees deal with change
At some point every single member of your workforce will be confronted with change. By taking your employees through the four different stages, they'll soon realise that it doesn't have to bring with it widespread fear and confusion.
Using the example of how Jamie Oliver helped schools transform school dinners from processed, ready-made junk into tastier, more nutritious meals, Jamie's School Dinners: Managing and living with change, brings change to life in an easy to understand and inspirational way. This engaging programme is broken down into a series of digestible lessons to help you and your employees deal with change when it occurs in your own workplace and is suitable for all levels of staff across the organisation.
Living with change helps you take your employees through the four different stages of change to minimise fear and confusion. They will reject it, resist it, reflect on it, but in the end resolve it – the challenge and excitement of new opportunities will triumph over all the negative perceptions of change.
Individuals will learn the four stages of change...
- Reject it. Whatever the attitude to change - whether unexpected, unwelcome or simply unwanted - the initial reaction is always the same.
- Resist it. 'I was right to think that' is the next logical reaction. Any explanation, no matter how implausible, can be used to rationalise the initial denial.
- Reflect on it. At this stage previous judgement begins to be questioned. The mind suddenly switches on to the possibilities that change might bring.
- Resolve it. The challenge and excitement of new opportunities has triumphed over all the negative perceptions of change.
Jamie's School Dinner's part 1 (living with change) and part 2 (managing change) come as one e-learning course.
All Video Arts e-learning courses come embedded with our award-winning video: so your people are more likely to engage in the training and retain the messages. This two-hour course can be taken in bite-sized chunks and is designed to let your employees dip in and out for self-paced learning.
- The school dinners project
- Reactions: reject and resist
- What's the problem?
- Reactions: reflect and resolve
- Passion in practice
- People in practice
- Planning in practice
- Perseverance in practice
- Action plan
- Knowledge check