From mergers and acquisitions to the pandemic, many companies are experiencing change at an unprecedented pace. While change may be thought of as "just the way it goes," it is often linked to workplace stress and burnout. If managed improperly, employees may experience a loss in alignment with their team members and even company, ultimately leading to turnover.
While change management training for leaders is certainly important, "Aligning through Change" focuses on the skills that are needed from frontline staff through leadership to help teams grow in cohesion during times of rapid transition.
I've designed half- and full-day in-person options for this workshop. While both cover the key skills of the ALIGN framework,™ the full-day workshop provides extended exercises, which explore your company's specific change-related needs.
The ALIGN framework™ pulls in skills from business, social work, and user experience (UX) design to help employees stay connected not only with each other but also with their sense of purpose.
Through experiential activities, evidence-based content, and an engaging [and customizable] participant guide, participants have the opportunity to explore the reality of their organization's change while also "steadying themselves" through critical skill acquisition.