Navigating Change

Navigating Change

Learn skills and tools to better adapt to change and adversity

As the saying goes, the only constant in life is change. From the moment we are born we are in a constant evolution of micro, often undetectable, changes. In a workplace, how change is planned, introduced and embedded can affect the wellbeing of employees. Equally, the success of a change program relies on how employees and stakeholders respond.

Learning about our natural responses to change, the neuroscience of how our brains and bodies typically respond to change, and understanding some of the tools we can use in these situations, can help people and organisations to manage change more effectively.

In this highly interactive webinar, we:

  • Discuss the neuroscience and our physiological responses to change, including the fear response and our negativity bias
  • Discover our own mindset towards change and its impact on emotions, behaviour, and other people
  • Develop practical, positive strategies to navigate change effectively with emotional intelligence

This targeted and evidence-based session can be delivered as a live, interactive webinar, in-person workshop or a virtual classroom to create a social learning experience online. Talk to us about the topics and delivery options best suited to your needs.

Program details

2 hour workshop or 1 hour webinar
Delivery mode:
Face-to-face facilitated workshop or online (Zoom)
Participation numbers:
Up to 25 people per workshop / 70+ per webinar

From $3990 +gst

*To discuss delivery options for your organisation, get in touch and one of our team members will design a solution for you.

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