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What are the timings of the course?
The course begins at 9am and finishes around 5pm.
What is the experience of the instructor(s) delivering my course?
All of our instructors are fully accredited and have over ten years of experience
What do I receive on the course?
You will receive your Knowledge Academy courseware folder and refreshments
Does the course include certificates?
Yes, we provide official Knowledge Academy certificates
What time shall I arrive at the venue?
Please arrive at your training venue for 08:45am
The Knowledge Academy
Our one day Change Management course prepares managers to both create change in their organizations, and sustain momentum for that change. This course provide leaders to understand how to mobilize people pursuit in a common vision and how to influence key organizational stakeholders to support an initiative.
Organization cultures using Morgan's metaphors
Organization as Machine: This is the most simplistic metaphor, and is the foundation of Taylorism
Organization as Organism: This is a richer metaphor and ideas are based as “organizational DNA”
Organization as Political System: All organisations have some form of politics in varying degree
Organization as System Flux and Transformation: This is the market-leading alternative metaphor
Leadership Styles using Goleman’s research found that leaders use six styles. Each springs from different components of emotional intelligence.
Below is a summary of the styles, their origin, when they work best and their impact on the organization’s climate and its performance.
Commanding - Demands immediate compliance
Visionary - Mobilizes people toward a vision
Affiliative - Creates harmony and builds emotional bonds
Democratic - Forges consensus through participation
Pacesetting - Sets high standards for performance
Coaching - Develops people for the future
Own management style Not only are you unique, everyone working for you is also unique. Therefore, you have to develop your own management style to be successful in managing all of that uniqueness. Your style will be shaped by your personality, values, personal and professional life experiences, mentors, role models, the people you supervise, and your training (or lack of it).
Team building using Tuckman's research of how teams develop over four stages of group development: Forming, Storming, Norming and Performing plus Adjournment disengagement, both from the tasks and the group members
Personalities and Myers Briggs theory:MBTI which identifies valuable differences between people and help individuals to identify their own behaviour preferences. By understanding your own MBTI will enhance understanding of individuals motivations, natural strengths and potential areas for growth. It can also help individuals to appreciate people who differ from them.
- The Knowledge Academy Courseware Book
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