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Transcript of Change Ahead
Think of a time you successfully navigated change. What helped?
appreciating the challenges
of change - exercises
influenced by genetics,
personality, beliefs, locus of control,
culture, experience, support
D - denial and anger
R - reasons
E - exploration
A - acceptance
M - motivation
Causes of Change
We can't control the direction
of the wind but we can adjust our sails.
Activity: Introduce yourself as you mingle....match the quote and discuss what it means to you.
To appreciate the challenges of change, influences, and process.
To increase flexibility in navigating change.
To examine student adjustment and performance through the lens of change.
experience, discussion, listing, reflection, sharing, creating, and applying
Field of Education: 10 years
Professional Dev. Staff Trainer, Facilitator
Test Anxiety and Academic Success Skills
National Certified Counselor
Program management / Supervisor
Trained in Student Success Skills by Dr. Brigman
Self Proclaimed Master Student
Learning Objectives / Outcomes
Interpret change quotes
Describe the components of change
Experience and describe change
Identify causes of change
Identify the 4 main response styles to change
Create a mnemonic for Change
List strategies to manage and/or cope with change
Learning Community Guidelines
Be open to new perspectives, new learning
Listen for understanding
Share the air
Use “I” statements to share thoughts and feelings
Say what you are comfortable saying
Respect and Maintain Confidentiality (no guarantee)