Change Management: Be The Change To Ease The Change

The universe has been changing, so do us. Change is inevitable. Recently, the magnitude and pace of change has been accelerated. One’s ability to accept and adjust to the change in life predicts professional success.


Those who fail to adjust to the change and use the change for the benefit are left behind and have to pay for their inability. One of the key qualities of a manager is to be able to successfully manage change. The ability to anticipate, adapt and keep an eye on the changes around makes one a successful people’s manager.

Need Addressed
  • Do you find it difficult to relax and think straight when a change has occurred in the plan?
  • Do you believe that change cannot be stopped but managed?
  • Do you get concerned about the employees at times when they are unable to adapt to change?
  • Do you realise your importance in being the agent of change?
  • Do you find it difficult to understand why people are against change?

If your answer to these questions is “yes”, then Change Management- Be The Change To Ease The Change is just for you.

Program Objectives

The program strictly sticks to the objective of helping participants to develop skills needed to manage change. This is done through evaluating the reason behind the resistance to change, appraising relevant situations and discussing about how to become better. The program will enable you to and others to adapt to change.

Program Features

Change Management- Be The Change To Ease The Change is based on experiential learning using online pre-work, engaging facilitation, and online follow-up to create a personalized learning experience. Based on best practices, program provides an offer to get trained in managing change to ensure professional success.


1-Day intensive training

Virtual Follow-Up

Program Outcomes
  • Define change, its importance and need
  • Explain the need for change management
  • Understand the four stages of change management
  • Recognize that we have a natural tendency of resistance towards change
  • Developing skills to manage change for oneself
  • Identify the role of a change agent
  • Learn how support team members at times of sudden change
Experience Emotional Intelligence – Being mindful & aware






Session Plan
Session Name Brief Overview
Introductions Participants are introduced to the objectives of the session and their expectations are captured.
Why change? Defining change, discussing the relevance of change and the need for change management.
The Model of Change Management Participants will be oriented to the four stages of change management – denial, resistance, exploration and commitment.
Resistance to change Knowing that we have a natural tendency to be resistant to change. Understanding the reason behind resistance to change
Managing Change for Self Unless a person understands the importance of change and benefit from the change he will not be able to navigate change for others. This session teaches the participants how to stay calm and work effectively at times of change.
Leadership during Change This session would include discussion based on empirical evidence about the possibility of the emergence of a destructive leadership style at times of change. This includes demonstration of the consequences and imparting of tips to prevent them.
How to navigate change The people’s managers will receive guidance on removing the obstacles and helping the team members to help enhance the process of change.
Role of The Change Agent Giving an insight on the effectiveness of a successful change agent in organizational excellence by deeply caring for the subordinates and being there for them.
Essential Soft Skills Helping to develop the soft sills required for handling changes.
An activity-based discussion Strengthening the ability to respond effectively and appropriately to different cultural/generational contexts in the workplace.

This is the overview of Change Management: Be The Change To Ease The Change. The program is customizable based on client requirements. To know more, write to us at