COURSE

Guiding Change in an Agile Environment

The outcome for this 2-day training course is for leaders to come away with a new mindset and approach for guiding their organizations in an era of unprecedented and constant change. Focusing on core skills like influencing and facilitation, leaders are taken on a journey to reimagine how they perceive change, moving away from traditional approaches to managing it in a linear fashion, and instead guiding it through a much more incremental and iterative approach. By developing a persistent and sustainable change platform within their organization, they will be capable of handling whatever new ideas, concepts, challenges or opportunities come their way, responding a welcoming manner as opposed to resisting these elements. More so, by reflecting on their culture, they will become aware of the nuances and biases that may get in the way of their long term objectives. Through Culture Shaping, they can gently move their organization into new directions.

Date and time

Thu, 31 Oct 2019, 9:00 AM –

Fri, 1 Nov 2019, 5:00 PM

Venue TBD

Wellington,

New Zealand

Location

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Participants understand the drivers for a new approach to guiding constant change in their organization.

  • Participants have the ability to sponsor and try new approaches to guiding constant change.

  • Participants have an understanding of the various types of skills and abilities required to guide an organization through constant change.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Agents of Change

  • Actionists

  • Process Experts leading change

  • Organizational Leaders responsible for Change

  • Product / Program Managers building organizations

ABOUT THE FACILITATOR

Sandra Daniel, Openfield Canada

Sandra is a strategy and change designer and facilitator. She helps people design their own approaches for the emergence of new ways of working. Sandra’s specific expertise is in cultural transformation and public sector environments.

About the Openfield Institute

By developing a persistent and sustainable change platform within their organization, they will be capable of handling whatever new ideas, concepts, challenges or opportunities come their way, responding a welcoming manner as opposed to resisting these elements. More so, by reflecting on their culture, they will become aware of the nuances and biases that may get in the way of their long term objectives. Through Culture Shaping, they can gently move their organization into new directions.