Training Spotlight: Building Change Management and Effectiveness
ICYMI: We featured Building Change Management and Effectiveness in our kick-off Training Spotlight post. Building Change Management and Effectiveness is a one-day training being offered July 27 and Sept. 7 in room 560 of the King County Administration Building. Craig Fleck will join King County’s own Debra Baker in delivering the session. Read more.
Helping your team, department or organization navigate the challenges of constant change is a critical part of any leader’s or manager’s work. Dealing with change effectively can reduce anxiety, fear and stress, and can increase productiveness, innovation and employee engagement. By exploring the dynamics of change and an effective system of navigating it during this one-day session, you will:
- Understand the nature of organizational change and transition and why a methodology for facilitating the acceptance of change is important
- Understand the CAP model, each individual element, and their intent
- Understand and have applied several tools associated with the elements
- Have a greater awareness of what is required to navigate change and be able to assist others in fostering the right conversations to create greater change acceptance for significant projects.
Learn more and register on Eventbrite before the session fills up, and visit Learning and Development on KingCounty.gov to learn more about trainings and other opportunities to invest in YOU!