Most people do not like change even when they know that change is inevitable and will happen with or without your consent. A recent Gallup study found that nearly 70% of the American workforce is disengaged from their jobs. They perceive changes in careers to be too difficult to accomplish or they are too old, not skilled enough and may lack the funds to change their skill set. The good news is that those who are willing to embrace change are much more likely to thrive under new conditions. Take home strategies on how to deal with changes in your work environment and even how to introduce changes to your workplace culture.
Brenton Rolle is a Certified Park and Recreation Professional with a Master's Degree in Organizational Leadership from Palm Beach Atlantic University. Brenton has over 18 years of supervisory experience in the field of Recreation and Parks, volunteer coaching and mentoring.
-The Fear of Change
-Dealing with denial
-Assessing the Situation
After successfully completing this course, you will:
To gain a better understanding of how to navigate unexpected changes in the workplace and remain on track.
To give students the courage to take chances by initiating personal and workplace changes.
To develop a manageable way of processing change in a healthy way.
Find ways to start small and implement lasting changes
To help students gain a positive perspective on workplace change
To provide strategies to help empower employees
To provide a better understanding of the benefits of changes in the workplace
Understanding denial concerning the need for change and develop a sense of urgency
To learn ways to identify opportunities when others see obstacles
Applies Towards the Following Digital Badges
- Managing Social Change Digital Badge : Managing Social Change Digital Badge