Myers-Briggs Organizational Change Workshop

The impact of imposed change on the organization as a whole, on managers, and on employees is predictable. Naming and acknowledging these effects is an important step in helping people deal with what they are experiencing. Employees and organizations can also develop strategies for intentionally addressing the predictable ways in which change will have an impact on them.

Who Should Attend?

The Myers-Briggs organizational change workshop is suited to all members of an organization or group, from factory floor personnel to senior management, from volunteers to program directors.

Prerequisites:
Course Length:

Will be negotiated based upon the employees experience with type.

Sample Myers-Briggs Organizational Change Workshop Agenda:


Introduction: Intentional and Imposed Organizational Change
Impact of Imposed Change
Psychological Type and Imposed Organizational Change
Resistance to Change
Developing Strategies
Conclusion

After Class Support:

After the Myers-Briggs Organizational Change Workshop is completed, additional consulting time can be purchased to help make turn this information and techniques into standard practices.

Materials:
Location:

The Myers-Briggs Organizational Change workshop location should provide conditions conducive to openness and learning are important considerations. Due to the nature of the content, participants are required to explore their deeper views and beliefs and to engage in a high level of self-disclosure. The ideal setting is one in which,

We can arrange the session for your location or work with you to select an offsite location.

Note: offsite locations may result in additional costs.


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