Prosci Change Management Sponsor Briefing

Effective change starts at the top, which is why we speak to sponsors directly and demonstrate to sponsors and executive members exactly how critical change management is to their continued success.

Program Details

Program Details

Executive support is your secret to success

 

Effective executive sponsorship is the greatest contributor to successful change, according to all nine of Prosci’s benchmarking studies. Yet 50% of executives don’t understand their sponsorship roles and lead to effective change.
Our Change Management Sponsor Briefing helps bridge this gap by clarifying the sponsor’s role during change, providing easy-to-use frameworks, and building a critical connection between effective change management and business results.

Who Should Attend?

Sponsor Briefings are great for organisational leaders who are leading change and need to understand their sponsor roles so they can deliver effective, meaningful change with measurable results.

What is The Outcome?

During this program, sponsors will be able to :
 

  • Understand how effective change management improves organizational results
  • Clarify the role of senior leaders as sponsors in times of change 
  • Evaluate your current change portfolio to identify project and people-side risk 
  • Assess your level of competency in sponsoring and leading strategic changes 
  • Learn how to position yourself and your projects for strategic success 
  • Explore best-practice research on the synergies among sponsorship, the people side of change, and achieving organizational results 
  • Understand how to ensure adequate resourcing for change management at the initiative and project level 
  • Appreciate why active and visible sponsor support throughout a project is essential to successful change
What is on The Program?

Morning

  • The connection between change management and business results
  • The business case for change management
  • Change management benchmark and best practices data
  • How to position yourself for sponsorship success

 

Afternoon

  • How to position your organization for change success
  • Change models: Prosci 3-Phase Process and Prosci ADKAR® Model
  • Critical roles in leading change
  • Organisational change maturity
What Material do You get?
  • Program workbook, handouts and assessments
  • Best Practices in Change Management – 11th Edition Excerpt
  • One-year subscription to the Prosci Hub Solution Suite, including:
     
    • Research Hub – Best Practices in Change Management – 11th Edition, Applications of ADKAR
      What is the Prosci Research Hub? It is the single access point to Prosci reference research and best practices based on core and topical studies and relevant data across a broad array of topics. It is the result of over 20 years of research from thousands of change leaders around the world.
More Info

Interested in this program?
This program can be delivered at your location with our onsite training option.

Contact us for more information.

Trainings list
  • Intended for :Senior Executives and Organisational Leaders
  • Training Format :On-Premise
  • Prerequisite :None
  • Length :1 Day(s)
Interested in this Program?
Program Details

Executive support is your secret to success

 

Effective executive sponsorship is the greatest contributor to successful change, according to all nine of Prosci’s benchmarking studies. Yet 50% of executives don’t understand their sponsorship roles and lead to effective change.
Our Change Management Sponsor Briefing helps bridge this gap by clarifying the sponsor’s role during change, providing easy-to-use frameworks, and building a critical connection between effective change management and business results.

Who Should Attend?

Sponsor Briefings are great for organisational leaders who are leading change and need to understand their sponsor roles so they can deliver effective, meaningful change with measurable results.

What is The Outcome?

During this program, sponsors will be able to :
 

  • Understand how effective change management improves organizational results
  • Clarify the role of senior leaders as sponsors in times of change 
  • Evaluate your current change portfolio to identify project and people-side risk 
  • Assess your level of competency in sponsoring and leading strategic changes 
  • Learn how to position yourself and your projects for strategic success 
  • Explore best-practice research on the synergies among sponsorship, the people side of change, and achieving organizational results 
  • Understand how to ensure adequate resourcing for change management at the initiative and project level 
  • Appreciate why active and visible sponsor support throughout a project is essential to successful change
What is on The Program?

Morning

  • The connection between change management and business results
  • The business case for change management
  • Change management benchmark and best practices data
  • How to position yourself for sponsorship success

 

Afternoon

  • How to position your organization for change success
  • Change models: Prosci 3-Phase Process and Prosci ADKAR® Model
  • Critical roles in leading change
  • Organisational change maturity
What Material do You get?
  • Program workbook, handouts and assessments
  • Best Practices in Change Management – 11th Edition Excerpt
  • One-year subscription to the Prosci Hub Solution Suite, including:
     
    • Research Hub – Best Practices in Change Management – 11th Edition, Applications of ADKAR
      What is the Prosci Research Hub? It is the single access point to Prosci reference research and best practices based on core and topical studies and relevant data across a broad array of topics. It is the result of over 20 years of research from thousands of change leaders around the world.
More Info

Interested in this program?
This program can be delivered at your location with our onsite training option.

Contact us for more information.

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