Hundreds of organizations have relied on this program to protect productivity, retain talent, and build resilience during transition and change.
Our client list reads like a “who’s who” of Fortune 500 companies, and includes a wide range of smaller firms, not-for-profits, plus governmental agencies.
This results-oriented course helps managers balance personal issues with the activities required to manage a business and maintain productivity. Business as UnUsual equips managers with the tools they need to manage the critical priorities during change—communication, productivity, and resistance.
The standard leader version is taught in a 6 to 8-hour format, while the employee version is 4 hours in length.
Module 1: Change: Today's Status Quo Module 2: Transition Management in the Age of Instability Module 3: Managing Communication, Productivity, and Resistance Module 4: Managing the Personal impact of Change
Recognize the predictable dynamics of change
Acquire tools for managing the challenges of change around communication, productivity and reistance
Identify and capitalize on individual "change managemnt strengths" —flexibility, innovativeness, risk tolerance, and stress tolerace.
Winds of change
Impact of Change Survey
Three guarantees of change
Becoming a change agent
Dynamics of change for individuals and organizations
Communication dynamics and coaching points
How to manage productivity with action plans and coaching points
Techniques for managing resistance, with action plans and coaching points
Change agent competencies and coaching points (FIRS)
Individuals learn the dynamics of change and recieve tools to help manage themselves and their team for high productivity during organizational change.
Business as UnUsual can be taught at the client location by our professional facilitators or by the client's own in-house trainers. We offer a thorough Certification Program that demonstrates the actual workshop for the trainer(s) and shows the best methods for conveying the critical aspects of the program. Certification takes two days and includes a complete run-through of the course, extended discussion, and "teach-back" sessions.