Navigating through Organizational Change (1 Hour)
This course provides a clear understanding of organizational change to help build resilience and flexibility. Learners discover triggers of organizational change, explore common responses to change, and learn about the stages that people go through when reacting to and dealing with organizational change. Course participants develop an understanding of the importance of resilience when adapting to change, as well as how to get the most out of change. In this course, participants learn the importance of adapting to organizational change, as well as the essential skills needed to handle it. The course details the best practices of building self-motivation and introduces the idea of reframing as a coping method. Course participants learn to turn resistance to change into acceptance and to understand the importance of capitalizing on the career opportunities presented by organizational change.
Approval Number: 20-867314
Provider Number: 50-31808
Navigating through Organizational Change – 1.0 Hour
Organizations Change So Get Ready
Change can be disruptive, but adapting to change can also open new possibilities. A changing work situation can create a period of uncertainty while you adapt. A clear understanding of what organizational change is can help build your resilience and flexibility. In this course, you’ll find out what can trigger organizational change. You’ll explore common responses to change and the stages of reacting to change that people go through when dealing with organizational change. You’ll learn why it’s important to be resilient when adapting to change, and how to prepare yourself to get the most out of change.
Redefining Yourself after Organizational Change
Organizational change is inevitable, so you need to be resilient and adapt to the new opportunities it presents. It’s important to not just survive organizational change. With resilience, flexibility, and perseverance, you can thrive in it and propel your career forward. In this course, you will learn the importance of adapting to organizational change, as well as the essential skills needed to handle it. The course details the best practices of building self-motivation and introduces the idea of reframing as a coping method. You’ll learn to turn resistance to change into acceptance. Finally, this course covers the importance of capitalizing on the career opportunities presented by organizational change.
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Methods and CE Requirements:
This online course consists of a combined total of 2 learning modules. Individuals are eligible to receive a total of 1.0 hours of continuing education by completing all modules within this course. Participants must complete the media-based video lectures, lesson tests and all required course components to claim continuing education credit.
Martinsburg College shall furnish a written statement of completion to each participant who completes each continuing education program. The statement shall be signed by the instructor or an individual designated by the instructor and shall contain the name of the continuing education program; the number of credit hours; the date of the continuing education program; the name of the participant; and the approved provider number.
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