Managing Change - Henley Business School

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Managing Change - Henley Business School

Henley Business School

Executive Education

Managing Change


Managing Change

Implementing change is not an option for successful organisations, it’s a

necessity. A glance at the roll-call of recently failed companies 1 shows that

past performance is no guarantee of future success.

Making effective change requires leaders to inspire people to think

and behave differently – motivating them to understand and own the

need for change and commit to its implementation.

The Managing Change programme at Henley concentrates on giving

you the tools to embed change in your organisation and to create an

enduring culture of innovation and adaptability. You will leave with

techniques to manage change successfully from a strategic, leadership

and process perspective. It will also show you where your time and effort

is likely to have most effect – and where it won’t. Several change ‘myths’

will be put to rest during this programme!

Who is the programme for

Any senior manager required to lead a change initiative from a large scale

organisation or cultural change to a smaller departmental or team-based change.

What previous participants say

‘The tutors were engaging,

interesting and challenging.

The course made me think

about things I never usually

have time to think about’

Chris Beazley,

Managing Director, Amlin

‘This has been the most amazing

privilege and opportunity for

me. The lights kept switching

on throughout’

Beverley Stringer,

Divisional Director for Personnel,

The Salvation Army

‘I would definitely

recommend this to anyone

dealing with change.’

Neil O’Hara,

Business Services Accountant ,

Moy Park Ltd

‘The Managing Change

programme at Henley was,

quite simply, the most useful

course I have attended in my

professional career.’

Angela Bucton,

Senior HR Manager, Mencap

1

In 2011 in the UK, these included Comet, Barratts, Habitat, Saab GB,

La Senza, Blacks Leisure. Source: Centre for Retail Research


Programme content

• How to lead change at a strategic level

• Introduction to the concept of The Tipping Point and positive forces for change

• Understand why people react in different ways to change

• The leadership behaviour required to create and sustain a momentum for change

• Understand change as a system – how to plan and implement

• Which processes and actions are most likely to embed change

– and which won’t

• How to identify and engage the key stakeholders for your change initiative

• Plan of action developed for your own change project to implement back

in the workplace.

Benefits to the individual

• Opportunity to progress a specific business change that you are facing

and create a change plan

• Insight into yourself as a change leader and others’ reactions to change

• Be better equipped to tackle change with a toolkit that can be used in a

variety of situations.

Benefits to the organisation

• Creates leaders who know and understand change and can lead the process

• Managers who recognise and can handle the varying responses to change and

achieve successful outcomes

• Provides flexible and applicable processes for change management.

Learning Process

The key vehicle for learning is your work based project. A range of learning

processes will be used including:

• Inputs

• Workbooks

• A simulation exercise – The Tipping Point

• A case study

• Individual reflection

• Questionnaires and checklists

• Personal log.


Duration

3 days

Programme director

Guy Gumbrell

Dates and booking

Please check website:

www.henley.com/open

Contact

Anne Tabbner

exec@henley.com

+44 (0)1491 418 767

Fees

£2,995 + VAT

(includes all residential costs)

Guy Gumbrell

Guy is a Client Director at Henley Business School and his background is

in education and management development both in the corporate and

consultancy environments. He began his management development

career in George Wimpey before moving into consultancy where he

built up experience of developing managers (both local and ex-patriate)

in UK-based Japanese companies and a range of multinationals.

Before joining the Client Director team at Henley, Guy was an Associate

Tutor, working on leadership and coaching projects. He specialises in

leadership development and the implementation of learning through individual coaching and

action learning. Guy has worked with organisations from most sectors, especially professional

practices and international teams. He is currently researching the application and impact of

management development programmes with several client organisations.

www.henley.com/open

In-house and international programmes

All Henley Executive Education programmes can be run in-house

anywhere in the world. This allows a programme to be tailored to

the dynamics of participants from one company and to particular

cultures.

Impact surveys

Henley partners with a number of organisations who wish to send

a significant number of participants through a Henley programme

– perhaps over a period of years. As part of this partnership we can

provide an impact survey which assesses the impact of the training

for both individuals and organisation.

We would welcome the opportunity to discuss how we can help you

improve your return on investment in leadership development at

Henley. For more information please contact Gemma Kay

gemma.kay@henley.com | Tel +44 (0)1491 418767

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