Managing Reactions to Change in a Covid World
The choices of tomorrow must first be embraced by the people of today. Change management and understanding individuals reactions to it can help embed some cultures, progressions, innovations and rationales for us all.
Exploring change and utilising the circumstances we have can help build the bridges of our mindsets. The forced change perspective has driven through the need to adapt and now are the times for our business to learn from our people and understand this process on mass change. In this session we will look at the following:
This webinar will allow us to explore these questions together and manage the reactions to these forced changes in the covid 19 environment. We will also look at how adaptive we are now to forced change and how quickly we accept it. We will also look at mass change over the years to present day, and will look at key aspects of change and the structures involved.
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10:30 - 11:30
17 December 2020 Book
In nearly 30 years of corporate experience across multiple sectors and multiple continents, Wyn has allowed his development to grow with all of his experiences becoming relevant – good and bad equally.Read Bio
In nearly 30 years of corporate experience across multiple sectors and multiple continents, Wyn has allowed his development to grow with all of his experiences becoming relevant – good and bad equally. Customers (people, teams and businesses) perceptions and needs are always Wyn’s main focus and his ethos is encompassed in everything that he does or pursues. Coaching, mentoring and leadership skills Wyn has utilised during his tenure in both the employed and self-employed worlds have augmented his development, resulting in the enormous success he has enjoyed as a leader and a manager.
Wyn’s skill set, coupled with a wealth of experience and a pragmatic approach, allows him to provide business consulting focussed on achieving growth, sustainability and performance improvement for clients and the organisations. Wyn is a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), the ILM, an Associate of the Association of Project Managers (APM) and also an Associate of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC).
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