Change Management Crash Course
Overcome change management challenges through this online training.
Change Management Crash Course for Leaders
Change seems hard because:
- A fear of emotional backlash keeps us from trying
- Unfocused change makes things even more chaotic
- Doing too much at once leads to frustration
- Communicating change often leads to conflict or—worse yet—silent resistance
As a mid-level leader in charge of a make-or-break project, you’re responsible for getting the right results and tackling challenges confidently. You’re also hoping to have some fun along the way. You know the value of work hard and play hard.
There are plenty of reasons why change management fails in organizations, but your leadership shouldn’t be one of them. Perhaps your bosses put too much on your plate to give it the right attention. Your colleagues don’t seem to grasp the importance of the project. You don’t have the energy for yet. another. new. idea.
You’re now in a position to decide what to keep and what to leave behind as we enter long-term disaster recovery phase of the pandemic.
You’re unsure where to focus your change management efforts with so much volatility and uncertainty in the future. Problems seem more complex than ever and forget the “win-win” that everyone talks about. You’re thinking of the lose-lose decisions you’ve been making.
What You’ve Already Tried Isn’t Enough to Fix This
When it comes to change management, you’ve read about all the different models and acronyms. You know organizations don’t change, but people do. You’ve invited your teammates into a vision-setting and brainstorming meeting. But that’s not getting you anywhere.
You want traction and you want change.
Instead, your colleagues just keep going back to business as usual, ignoring the urgency of what needs to be different now because of the pandemic. They keep holding pointless meetings where nothing really happens. They keep blaming the CEO for why nothing changes. Maybe you’re doing these things, too?
You don’t understand why some colleagues just seem to know how to navigate politics intuitively. Or why when you speak up at meetings, everyone shuts down. It seems another director always seems to get what she asks for from her boss. You’re left wondering why Karen in accounting won’t do her job even though you’ve told her the importance of that TPS report at least 100 times.
You’re worried you might not get promoted again if you can’t get your team to buy into their new goals.
Change management can be easy when you have the right tools.
Why You Need Stefanie Krievins & Co.’s Change Management Training
You will learn the skills it takes as a mid-level leader to create new results, adjust programming and staff’s responsibilities, and pivot your organization, all with less angst. Stefanie’s Change Management Crash Course combines how-to tools with her proven approach to executive coaching and leadership training. You’ll get to learn directly from Stefanie, but on your own time.
These are the best practices in individual and organizational change management but combined with the one mindset that makes all the difference: becoming a Pro Troublemaker.
How the Change Management Training Works
You’ll complete the trainings at your own pace through a combination of videos, workbooks, and tools available through our platform. Listen to the lessons on the way to work, complete the workbook while you drink coffee, and practice what you learn before your 10 a.m. staff meeting.
In the Change Management Crash Course, topics are split into multiple short, easy-to-digest lessons with workbooks and tools so you can actually practice what you learn.
- The 3 types of change, and the kind of leader you need to be for each one
- Why you need conflict to create change, and how to embrace it
- Connecting your vision and strategy to everyday action
- The essential tools to help your peers and teams change
- REAL tools to help increase your odds of long-term success
- Secret influence skills to motivate others around you
Don’t wait for another missed goal or disappointing strategic plan update meeting. Commit to learning what it takes to drive change today.