Resilience in times of change (South West, UK)
Change is a familiar scene in many organisations and yet approximately 70% of initiatives fail to achieve their goals. Managers have a responsibility to help their people transition through change, to acquire new skills and adapt to new experiences. For some this is easy and exciting, for others it may be paired with discomfort or anxiety, for all it requires our flexibility and patience.
The Change Management Institute South West (UK) and Burges Salmon LLP are pleased to host their first collaborative event on 'resilience in times of change’. Graham Mitchell and Chloe Parfitt of Burges Salmon have teamed up with the Change Management Institute and Zoe Hawkins, Co-Founder of In Good Company to share a number of tools and techniques for managing yourself and others through times of change and how to build resilience.
Our speakers will share with you a number of tools and techniques to use whilst working through change with your people and real life insights, including:
- Setting realistic expectations around change
- Typical mindsets during change and transition
- Understanding the role of the comfort zone
- Identifying resistance triggers
- Activating growth mindsets
- How to support yourself/others
We hope you leave this workshop with new insights, ready to face Organisation Change with a new perspective.
About our Speakers
Zoe is Co-Founder of In Good Company, a Leadership Development and Executive Coaching and Coaching Training business. In Good Company focuses on providing transformational experiences through coaching, working with groups and individuals in the corporate sector. She has a First-Class degree in Commerce, A Masters (Distinction) in Personnel and Development, is a qualified Performance Coach, a Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming incorporating Master Coach, Timeline Therapy and Hypnosis.
Zoe’s passion comes from enabling people to lead fulfilling lives both inside and outside of work. She believes that people have unlimited potential and is inspired to help people be the best that they can be. She is a member of the EMCC and active volunteer, helping to raise the standards of the profession.
Graham Mitchell M.A.B.P
Graham is Burges Salmon's Organisational Development Specialist, and a qualified Business Psychologist, Graham is an experienced People Development & OD professional.
Formerly Director of People & Performance with a Sunday Times Top 20 Best Company he is well-versed in the mechanics of workplace motivation, and how to apply this knowledge to help businesses create a high performance - high engagement environment.
A Principal Member of the Association for Business Psychology Graham holds a Masters in Organisational Psychology & Behaviour. As well as his work at an organisational level he also possesses extensive experience of 1-2-1 coaching and team development work. He is a British Psychological Society registered Psychometric Test User and is familiar with a variety of Personality, Leadership/Motivation and Specific Ability instruments. He is also trained in Cognitive Behavioural Coaching methods and how they can be applied to enhance individual performance.
Chloe is the Learning Technology Manager at Burges Salmon, Chloe has extensive experience of working with all organisational levels, creating, promoting and delivering training solutions. Chloe was recently Training Lead and Business Change Manager for a Mobile and Remote Working project. She set the strategic training direction for 750 employees to upgrade their existing desktops to Microsoft Surface Books with the aim to make them work more efficient and effectively.
Holding a Postgraduate Certificate in Psychology in Organisational Design and Change, Chloe combines tools and techniques from this to create a strategy to support change initiatives that focus on people and not just process. Chloe is passionate about facilitating positive transformations, and understands that making transformation personal and openly engaging can make a difference between success and failure.
Members £5, Non-members £10, Members should log in to claim this discount. Times are GMT. There is no on-site parking available. There is however parking at Gardiner Haskings opposite the building and Temple Meads train station is a 5 minute walk away.