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Get more, save more! HR Bundle FALL --September 18 class (Max. Individual Potential & Team Productivity) with October 30 class (Change Management) for only $95.00!

Start date: 09/18/2018

Tuition:: $95.00

Materials Cost:: $0.00

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Organizational change can be scary, is often poorly planned and is frequently unintentional. We will focus on the idea that the purpose of intentional change is just that - change! This session will provide you with a model for successful organizational change. We will share tips and techniques to overcome resistance to change and teach you how to lead change with awareness and purpose.   Develop an appreciation of the impact organizational change has on people Identified ways to positively lead and motivate people through cultural or organizational change Develop skills for effectively communicating change Identify ways to help team members cope with change

630083

Start date: 10/30/18

End date: 10/30/18

Weekly - Tue 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM (10/30/2018-10/30/2018)

1 session

Days of the Week : Weekly - Tue .

Tuition: $70.00

Location : TCC Regional Workforce Development Center Location : 
  TCC Regional Workforce Development Center.

Instructor : Elizabeth Scott 

Room :  URWD-W105



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The higher our level of self-awareness and self-esteem, the more our behavior becomes rational and less defensive. The best solutions to organizational and leadership issues require self-awareness as an essential first step. As individuals gain self-awareness and self-esteem, they become more open and honest with their co-workers. They redirect the energy they now use for defensiveness, withholding, and other interpersonal struggles into productive work and the development of high performing teams. In this hands-on, experiential workshop, participants will be introduced to FIRO (Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation) theory and the Element B assessment. FIRO is one of the most widely used theories of human behavior in the world; the Element B assessment is a FIRO-based instrument designed to enhance behavioral self-awareness and provide insight into interpersonal relationship dynamics. Learning Objectives Understand the sources of self awareness and their benefits Explain how increased self awareness improves individual functioning and team productivity Understand the 3 key dimensions of individual, team, and organizational behavior: Inclusion Control Openness Use the Element B assessment to measure 12 aspects of behavior Recognize types of defensiveness and their impact on team performance

630079

Start date: 09/18/18

End date: 09/18/18

Weekly - Tue 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM (9/18/2018-9/18/2018)

1 session

Days of the Week : Weekly - Tue .

Tuition: $70.00

Location : TCC Regional Workforce Development Center Location : 
  TCC Regional Workforce Development Center.

Instructor : Everett Marshall 

Room :  URWD-W105



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