To see a sampling of the self-study program, click here.
Change is inevitable; how we handle it is a choice.
Successful change happens to the degree that each person is aware of what’s going on - not only out in the external world of events, but more importantly, around the internal feelings of loss and confusion that accompany change.
Unfortunately, most people struggle with change – even fight against it, which is odd when you think about its certainty.
The fact is, all of us will have to face change in one form or another during our lives. We can either deal with it up front, or end up experiencing double the angst later on.
The big question is – how do we deal with change effectively? What simple strategies exist when it comes to an experience that can be so difficult to handle? And why is change so difficult to begin with? This program will answer all those questions and more.
In this program your participants will gain greater insight into what change is and why the process of change can be so tricky. Your participants will also explore what it takes to move through the process of change with much more peace and calmness, and will be made aware of the internal transitions that are so often ignored when change occurs.
Your participants will also realize how a simple shift in their way of viewing change can open up a greater degree of acceptance around it, which can bring about a new beginning in a much quicker amount of time.
Change does lead to positive outcomes, and by exploring the transitions that accompany change, your attendees can learn to embrace change rather than resist it.
In this program, your participants will...
Explore how perspectives impact their ability to deal effectively with external change and the internal chaos it creates.
Recognize the need to work effectively in the midst of change, rather than focusing on trying to just make it stop.
Accepting change as a means of embracing a new beginning.
Gain a new outlook on working with change and the transition process
Part I - Our Reaction to Change
Activity #1: “Pick a Card”
Activity Objective: Participants explore the different ways in which change is regarded.
Activity #2: Creatures of Habit”
Activity Objective: Participants recognize how we are creatures of habit and for that reason are naturally uncomfortable with experiencing what’s new and different.
Part II - The Importance of Change
Activity #1: Please Stand”
Activity Objective: Participants experience how even small change can bring about a big difference.
Activity #2: Transitioning through Change”
Activity Objective: Participants are given a brief overview for the process of transitioning through change.
Part III - Seeing Change Differently
Activity #1: Shifting Perspectives”
Activity Objective: Participants recognize that shifting their perspective around change can be a valuable tool for seeing change differently and in avoiding false views.
Activity #2: What Change is Happening to Me”
Activity Objective: Participants are encouraged to examine their current lives and to identify the change currently going on in their lives.
Part IV - Accepting Change
Activity #1: Stretch”
Activity Objective: Participants realize that acceptance can happen in small ways.
Activity #1: Person on the Street Interviews”
Activity Objective: Participants identify what they found to be most valuable from the program.
To see a sampling of the sel-study program, click here.
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