The world hates change, yet it is the only thing that has brought progress.– Charles Kettering
I’ve always believed that change is the only constant in life, beside death of course which I think we will find cure for it one day. As humans it’s in our nature to create change and resist it. Without change, there is no progress, and without progress, there is no civilizations. We have always find a way to create and lead changes. As scary as some changes are, we need to embrace them and get the most out of them. Another thing I always say: Change is always good, even if it was a bad change.
It’s crucial for our growth and development in all life aspects. In this workshop we will learn about change in the work place, how to create it, lead it, embrace it, and most importantly get the best results out of it.
Limited Seats Available
- What you will learn and gain
- Course Leader
- Prerequisite Workshop
- Time Table
- Before you join the workshop
What you will learn and gain
- What is change?
- Examples of change
- Why do we need change?
- How to lead and create positive changes?
- How to influence people in accepting change?
- How to deal with change?
- How to manage the change impact on our wellbeing?
- Tools and techniques to make you an effective change ambassador
Deena Almansoori, coach and founder of Fortitudo
None, you can attend this workshop without attending any other.
Day Time – Day Workshop Timetable
10:00 AM – Welcome drinks & snacks
10:30 AM – Workshop commences
11:30 AM – Break (time varies)
12:30 PM – Workshop ends, attendees network if desired.
Evening time – Evening Workshop Timetable
06:30 PM – Welcome drinks & snacks
07:00 PM – Workshop commences
08:00 PM – Break (time varies)
09:00 PM – Workshop ends, attendees network if desired.
To Be Decided and announced before the workshop based on Attendees number
Before you join the workshop
No preparation is required prior this workshop.To Be Decided and announced before the workshop based on Attendees number
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