Organisational change and shifts in organisational culture present challenges not only in maintaining morale and motivation but also ensuring the well-being of your teams and yourself.
The way in which change is handled and specifically the communication around it is notoriously bad. The impact, although hard to measure, can be significant both in terms of the performance of the organisation and the physical and mental well-being of people.
This workshop helps to develop an understanding of what goes in during organisational change, the impact and the practical steps you can take to move forward positively. It touches on many aspects of management behaviour and is a challenging opportunity to build your knowledge and become more self-aware of the impact you have. In addition, it is a chance to consider your own well-being and how you can enhance it.
- An increased level of personal awareness and understanding
- Development of change ‘management’ skills
- More knowledge about the impact of change on well-being
- An opportunity to consider the way in which your organisation approaches these issues.
09.30 Welcome, introduction and personal objectives
09.45 Understanding the value of well-being – Personal cost and the Impact on motivation and performance
10.00 The inevitability and drivers of change – Local Government in 5 years time?
10.30 Characteristics of effective change managers -what behaviours have enhanced your well- being?
11.15 Self-assessment against the positive characteristics and feedback.
11.45 Understanding stress in the team – How do you manage it, how do you create it.
- Action at each stage of the change curve.
12.25 Well being and breaks!
13.15 Recognising signs and symptoms and acting on them
- Physical Health
- Mental Health
14.15 Mental health issues and managing your boundaries
14.45 Effective engagement and organisational culture – what does that mean in behavioural terms?
15.15 Pitfalls and perils– The paradox of organisational cost cutting
15.30 Looking after yourself
15.50 Next steps for your organisation