We have always had to deal with change - it's not a new thing!
Change is the process humans use to adapt to the environment and to the needs and desires we have as humans to live a safer and better life.
That externally driven change is, however, accelerating and often driven changes and evolutions in technology and the demands of an increasingly self-focused society who want more for less. The human brain is not designed to deal effectively with this accelerating change.
But ... we are where we are and our only option is to get better, and help others to get better, at dealing with change.
Michelle Loch makes the distinction in this program between people resisting change, and people's brains resisting change. Once you understand that difference, and you unpack how the brain processes change and pushes back against it you can start to show up differently in the change environment and support the humans involved, including yourself, to let go of the barriers that can hold change back and end in non-useful negative experiences.
What you'll get:
- Video modules delivered by Michelle Loch - our CEO and Founder
- A comprehensive downloadable workbook
- Diagnostics for each of the strategy areas discussed
- Access and links to additional articles and learning resources
Program Modules include:
- Leading Through Change
- Removing Interference
- Change and the Human Brain
- Why Humans Resist Change
- Your Role as Leader through Change
- Strategies for Brain-friendly Change
- Getting the Balance Right
By the end of this program you will:
- understand the neuroscience of change in the human brain and why the human brain resists change
- discover a new understanding about how the human brain is organised and motivated
- reflect on the Leadership Focus Framework as a guide to your role as a leader through times of of change
- learn how to discover the right focus and to 'find the fear' barriers to change
- learn about and apply brain-friendly change strategies based on neuroscience
- develop a plan of strategies to experiment with for yourself and, if appropriate, for your team and colleagues.