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Strategies for Change

In today's fast-paced world, people need to know how to apply balancing strategies when change occurs. The Riding the Wave training program helps employees adjust their attitude, relax, and open their minds to the ocean of possibilities that change can bring--getting them to see problems not as threats but as opportunities for growth.

Benefits:

  • Helps all employees manage change
  • Encourages personal growth during the change process
  • Builds an organizational climate of "learning & discovery"

Juxtaposing real-life scenarios with breathtaking views of the ocean, this program uses three mini-dramas to show how trying to control the uncontrollable leaves us feeling powerless and overwhelmed. The uncontrollable can also seriously upset workplace productivity by causing conflict, poor communication and closed-mindedness. But as Riding the Wave teaches, "The first step towards embracing change is recognizing behaviors that upset your progress." Riding the Wave goes on to demonstrate various balancing strategies.

Participants will learn to:

  • Recognize the limitations of a "Security &Control" mindset
  • Profit from the future by applying a "Learning & Discovery" mindset
  • Expand the range of situations in which they can effectively function
  • Regain their sense of confidence in the face of change

Purchase includes:

  • Riding the Wave DVD (18 Minutes)
  • Leader's Guide

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