Change Management

  • Successful changing of organisations
  • Purposeful changing
  • Managing at changes
  • Creating commitment with employees
  • Dealing with resistance and conflict

Why this training?

One thing is for sure: the only constant within an organisation is change! Examples are: merger trajectories, take-overs, cultural changes, structure amendments and changing cooperative partnerships.

And still many changing-processes don’t achieve the desired outcome, despite all efforts. Succeeding of organisational changes stands or falls with the willingness of the employees who undergo these changes. Organisational changes often require behavioural changes of employees. As a manager, project manager or advisor there is a fair chance that, at some point during the changes, you have to deal with resistance of your employees. Reactions like ‘they thought of something new again’ or ‘they never ask us anything’ will probably sound familiar.

The question is: How can you implement changes effectively? What, how and at which moment you communicate changes? How do you create commitment with the employees and how do you deal with resistance within a team?

During the training there will be focus for both the communication and the behavioural aspect at changes.

Programme points

  • Deployment of changing strategies
  • From organisational change to behavioural change
  • Practice in interviews with opponents and allies
  • Recognise and deal with reactions to changes (key words: communication + commitment)
  • Communication styles at changes
  • Transformational leadership

Results of the training

You have a clear image of the various changing strategies to be deployed. You can conduct effective interviews with the employees about changes. You are capable to recognise and respond to various roles of resistance of employees. It is also possible for you as a manager to create commitment for changes.


Below you find examples of interventions, which can be deployed either combined or separately.


Intervention trajectory

Capability Building

  • Traineeships
  • MD development
  • Top Talents
  • Ambition management
  • Project-based working