Gauteng: PRISA Randburg
Change management is about understanding the business dynamics of an organisation which needs to or is forced to change and the behaviours of people during such times of change.
The well-worn adage “the only constant in life is change” still rings true today. There is no plain sailing in today’s fast moving, constantly change business environment. The world is in a continuous state of flux, whether social, political, economic and legal. The recent examples of the Eurozone debt crisis and the Arab spring have shown how traumatic change can be to an organisation or institution. Public relations professionals have a responsibility to efficiently manage this trauma and ensure that the organisation adapts and thrives.
Managers and leaders involved in change are required to have the know-how of what to do to get an organisation from where it is currently to the place where the leadership wants it to be within a given time frame. Business and people related issues are discussed and advised on during this highly practical and relevant workshop.
The content of this workshop addresses:
In studying change, keep the following in mind:
About the speaker:
Johan Kruger is a member of the Institute of Management Consultants and has been involved in changes affecting various small and large organisations and companies like Fraser Alexander, the Government of Uganda, Steinmuller Engineering Services and the new South African political dispensation.
He recently did a series of leadership and skills interventions for a prominent Johannesburg public relations company and is contracted by three South African universities for delivering training.
He specialises in company improvement and people development in disciplines such as change, strategic matters, leadership development, supply chain management and operations management.
He is known for his practical and interesting facilitation style where new perspectives are always explored in an innovative way.
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