e-learning training : Managing change: strategic alliances

Program

  • Adopting a networking attitude.
  • Putting the different types of networks to work.
  • Identifying the key players for implementing a change.
  • Recognizing and dealing with people's fears.
  • Adopting an appropriate attitude for handling conflict.

Concretely, you will be able to:

  • No solution can be developed and fully implemented without the participation of everyone involved.
  • For the manager or project lead, this principle involves constantly expanding and maintaining a network of allies, not only the most active and the most visible, but also potential allies.
  • The change leader should develop a networking attitude with the intention of: - consolidating and getting the best out of existing networks; - creating other effective networks; - thinking about networks beyond a unit or company.

Target audiences

  • Any manager who needs to build or consolidate a network in reaction to change.

Prerequisites

  • No prerequistes.

The objectives of the E-Learning program

  • By the end of this module, you will know how to tap into your allies to help drive change. You will know the key principles of the networking attitude and how to become a change leader. You will have a set of best practices to help you boost your relational capital.

Key advantages

  • The various exercises will help you assess the state of your networks and allies to drive change.
  • A method to capitalize on the four main types of network.
Ref : MH083EN
 

Duration : 30mn

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This module is only available for in-company trainings and can not be sold on an individual basis.

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