Next virtual PCI® Practitioner Program: 12 – 14 JULY 2022 (9am – 4pm Melbourne time)
Despite overwhelming evidence that it works, many change professionals feel they’re continually justifying their existence. Learn to commercialise and articulate your worth so that there’s always a seat for you at the table.
Boost your credibility with executives by making recommendations and decisions based on data, not gut feel.
It may not be in your job description, but facilitation is an essential skill for change professionals. Learn a few essentials to overcome imposter syndrome or your own resistance – so you can facilitate (almost) anything.
If left unchecked, resistance will threaten the success of your implementation. Learn to identify and coach people (including yourself!) through these very normal human reactions.
Another one that may not be in your job description, but it’s one of the most powerful things you can do. It can also be the most scary. Let us help you build your confidence.
Influencing at work is an essential part of what we do, but it’s a learned skill that doesn’t come naturally to most of us. Let us help you practice influencing for change success.
Learn the basics of this complementary discipline so that you can work as a true partner to a project manager. This will also help if you become a de facto project manager for a change initiative.
Lack of accountability leads to low morale, unclear priorities and ineffective execution. In other words, it can sink your change. Let’s talk about what you can do about it.
A lot happens in meetings that can’t be replaced with email – and a lot of time is wasted too. Learn to plan and run meetings that make people glad they turned up.
Change communications are often too high level to be meaningful or overwhelming with detail. Learn how to plan, craft, deliver and test communications that get people to pay attention.
It was easy to understand, and I can see how I can apply this to my role.
– Michelle, Corporate Communications Manager
A fresh approach, aligns well with the direction of our business.
– Mitchell, Operations Specialist
I learn best when practically put to the test and whilst uncomfortable, it really solidified my learning.
– Corinne, HR Advisor
I love it!
– Sharyn, Team Leader Business Improvement