Resistance Management Workshop

Ask any manager what is the hardest part of dealing with change and chances are the response will be : managing resistance.

Program Details

What is It About?

Change is usually associated with uncertainty, stress, and a crisis of confidence that must be addressed head-on.

 


In a nutshell, resistance operates as a survival strategy in the face of turbulence, shaking down existing structures. 

 

Participants will learn how to address collective resistance at this one-day experiential learning program, how to diagnose individual resistance, and which techniques and attitudes to adopt, based on their concrete examples. They will leave with a resistance management plan designed to drive the envisioned project results.

 

Note for French Managers: Companies registered in France that have resorted to short-time working may take advantage of the FNE scheme to finance your training.

Who Should Attend?
  • Managers facing resistance 
  • Anyone in charge of implementing change 
  • Change managers and practitioners
What is The Outcome?

By completing this Resistance Management program, participants will:

 

  • Have a toolbox to manage resistance
  • Feel more comfortable in managing resistance
  • Practice without any risks
What is on The Program?
  • Understand the fundamentals of resistance management
  • Managing resistance through a five-step process:
     
    1. Prepare yourself to lead change
    2. Prevent resistance at the collective level
    3. Anticipate resistance at the individual level
    4. Define your resistance management plan at the individual level
    5. Manage individual resistance
What Material do You get?
  • The slide deck of the program
  • An action plan for the major impacted people of their project
  • A placemat to integrate the main tools
More Info

Interested in this program?
You can follow a public session or this program can be delivered at your location with our onsite training option.

Contact us for more information.

Trainings list
  • Intended for :Managers and Supervisors
  • Training Format :On-Premise
  • Prerequisite :Preferably prior attendance of the specific Program for Managers
  • Length :1 Day(s)
Interested in this Program?
What is It About?

Change is usually associated with uncertainty, stress, and a crisis of confidence that must be addressed head-on.

 


In a nutshell, resistance operates as a survival strategy in the face of turbulence, shaking down existing structures. 

 

Participants will learn how to address collective resistance at this one-day experiential learning program, how to diagnose individual resistance, and which techniques and attitudes to adopt, based on their concrete examples. They will leave with a resistance management plan designed to drive the envisioned project results.

 

Note for French Managers: Companies registered in France that have resorted to short-time working may take advantage of the FNE scheme to finance your training.

Who Should Attend?
  • Managers facing resistance 
  • Anyone in charge of implementing change 
  • Change managers and practitioners
What is The Outcome?

By completing this Resistance Management program, participants will:

 

  • Have a toolbox to manage resistance
  • Feel more comfortable in managing resistance
  • Practice without any risks
What is on The Program?
  • Understand the fundamentals of resistance management
  • Managing resistance through a five-step process:
     
    1. Prepare yourself to lead change
    2. Prevent resistance at the collective level
    3. Anticipate resistance at the individual level
    4. Define your resistance management plan at the individual level
    5. Manage individual resistance
What Material do You get?
  • The slide deck of the program
  • An action plan for the major impacted people of their project
  • A placemat to integrate the main tools
More Info

Interested in this program?
You can follow a public session or this program can be delivered at your location with our onsite training option.

Contact us for more information.

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