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Adapting to Change

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Emmy Em

on 17 March 2015

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Transcript of Adapting to Change

Welcome to Our Workshop!
Agenda
Demonstrate Knowledge and Ability to Adapting to Change.
Mighty Morphing Power Trainers
Jennifer Bintemire, Maria Em, Jomar Hernandez, Thomas Ladley, Mireya Vasquez
Overall Goals
Time F r
Change
How Did it Make You Feel?
Applying Change
1. Plan the Procedures for the Change
2. Create Awareness to the Change
3. Start the Implementation

Applying Change...Continued
How the Steps Help...
Questions???
Concerns???
Quiz Time!!!
Learning Objective
Trainees will examine their perceptions on adapting to change through a business game "Up In The Air" and then get an 80% score or better on the "Matching Review" exercise.
"The Good"
* Fast Food Employees Gone Wild:
"The Bad"
- The Five steps to efficient Change Management
- Change in a Real-World Example
- "Up In The Air": An Interactive Activity
- Feedback and Question Opportunity before Exercise
- A Matching Review Exercise on the Concepts


4. Ask for Feedback

5. Always Listen!!
That's Not My Job
"Up In
The Air"
Did You Learn
what up...
"It is not the strongest of the species the survives, nor the intelligent, but rather the one most adaptable to change."
- Leon C. Megginson
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