Change and Agility
Developing change agility using neuroscience
“The rate of change is not going to slow-down anytime soon. If anything, competition in most industries will probably speed up even more in the next few decades.” – John Kotter
As Kotter states, the pace of change will continue to get faster, and organisations and employees will need to become more robust and agile to keep ahead.
Neuroscience gives us an evidence-based approach upon which to build the skills needed to approach change in a positive and agile way. The key focus for this workshop is the SCARF model developed by David Rock, which provides us with an an understanding from a neurological perspective of our responses to change. Further to this, it improves our ability to adjust our thinking and behaviour and be more agile.
Flexible delivery and duration
Focus on understanding neuroscience and how the brain responds during change
Explores the SCARF model – status, certainty, autonomy, relatedness and fairness
We tailor the learning to suit your needs as an organisation
Practical, experiential, learning
Change leader programme for those leading change
Learn to stay mindful, and make new neural connections by thinking, talking and doing
|Capability and skills||Equips people with the professional level knowledge, experience and expertise to understand and identify how people react to change|
|Neuroscience models||In-depth knowledge of the SCARF model as a framework for anticipating and modifying your emotional responses to change|
|People engagement||Identify strategies that develop the agility of your people to actively engage in change|
|Application||Apply the knowledge and skills learned to everyday situations to sharpen communications, responses and relationship building|