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|One Day Workshop:
The Change Journey
by Holger Nauheimer
by Holger Nauheimer and Melissa
|Jun 2, 2010||Brussels||June 25-26, 2010||Seattle|
|June 7, 2010||Amersfoort (NL)||June 28-29, 2010||Washington D.C.|
|postponed (will be in fall)||Sydney|
|June 23, 2010||Los Angeles|
|July 1, 2010||New York City|
Berlin, London, Johannesburg, Cape Town:
to be announced soon!
In the one day Change Journey workshop (Brussels, Amersfoort, Los Angeles, New York), you will
In the two day Change Journey + Lead Change by Design workshop (Seattle, Washington DC), you will experience everything noted above. On day two, you'll learn to lead change by design and apply the following strategies to achieve the corresponding outcomes:
These workshops are designed for organizations of all sizes, public and private sectors. Content will be especially useful to the following participants:
The Change Journey — Holger Nauheimer
Holger has twenty years of professional experience of which he spent 15 years as a consultant, trainer and coach for private business, the public sector and non-governmental organizations. He has worked in more than 50 countries of Europe, North, Central and South America, Africa and Asia, and specializes in the facilitation of personal, team and organizational transformation. As the author of The Change Management Toolbook, the best known and most cited web-reference on Change, and the founder of the international Change Facilitation Associates Network, he has shown his talent to gather experts and their different approaches and to provide them with a common language to explore their clients’ needs for appropriate strategies to organizational change.
Lead Change by Design — Melissa Dutmers
Melissa is the President and CEO of RIVERFORK Consulting. She brings 15 years of professional experience in the high-tech corporate world working inside corporations such as Hewlett-Packard and Agilent Technologies where she collaborated with thousands of executives, managers, and employees. Prior to founding RIVERFORK, Melissa also worked as a trainer and facilitator for a major change management training firm. Her expertise lies in her ability to 1) create practical tools that teach people how to create change that matters and 2) go into a complex, chaotic situation, interact with transparency and extract clear, actionable steps to create forward motion. Melissa is the author of the toolkit, Lead Change by Design.
In this part of the workshop, we will reflect on the history of Organizational Development and Change Management. What were the roots and how has it changed over time? We will have a look at the dominating paradigms of complexity and non-linearity and how they apply to organizations. We will present tools for analyzing and visualizing the complexity of change prcesses to help clients understand the challenge of launching change projects.
In this part of the workshop you will explore the Change Journey Map and understand the details. You will reflect on how the Map can be used to initiate a dialogue, and what the role of the facilitator is in such a process. Facilitation of Change Journeys follow pretty much the principles of emergence and self-organization. So, the facilitator needs to become a humble listener, guiding the process through adequate questions. Based on a case study, we will simulate a Change Journey process. The process will be enriched by participants' experiences and suggestions.
In this part of the workshop, participants will work in small groups and apply the Change Journey Map to either their own change processes or those of their clients. We will give further insight to some of the places on the Map and their potential to leverage change in individuals, teams and organizations.
In the last session, participants will work in a World Café style on how their own tools and processes can be incorporated into Change Journey work. We will construct scenarios for how to support our clients to put the Change Journey into practice.
At the end of the workshop you will sign out license agreement and get the full access on our training material.
In the first section of the workshop we will review the conventional 'surface level' change management methodologies and why innovation is needed in how we lead change. We will present the Innovative Change Toolkit overview.
In this next section of the workshop, you will begin work on the project that you identified in advance. You will learn to take your idea, your change and shape your story in a way that inspires decision makers to care. At the end of this section, you will have identified the decision makers, created a proposal, and shaped your idea to your decision makers' worldviews and priorities.
In this next section, you will learn to connect with others to explore, listen, design, create, evaluate, and iterate. You'll learn how to engage people to understand their needs, barriers, hopes, and fears. You'll form a tribe in this section and you'll learn that's it's okay to avoid trolls.
In the last session, you'll learn what it means to be at the forefront of change. You'll learn that monitoring change is not a phase, but a state of mind. You'll learn key elements to reinforcing a movement, a bold change. And finally, you'll learn what to watch for to sustain a healthy flow of change.
At the end of the workshop you will receive a license to use the Leading Change by Design Toolkit.
We support 1WE
With every workshop, we support a project of 1WE - we'll fund one rickshaw for a family in Bangladesh. Read more.
Prices: see individual events. Don't miss the early booking period which ends April 30, 2010