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Lifeskills: Managing change


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Part of the IET Professional Lifeskills series, this introductory workshop looks at how to successfully implement change and the impact it has on individuals.

Date and Time

13 May 2014 - 17:30-20:30


Southampton, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the Solent local network.

About this event

This introductory session to change management looks at the impact change can have on individuals, why change sometimes fails in organisations and what steps are required in order to successfully manage and implement change.

This workshop would benefit anyone who has been or is currently affected by change in their organisations or has to go about a period of implementing change.

The topics covered include:

  • Overview of change
  • Resisting change
  • Clear Vision – The ‘why’, the benefits, the compelling reasons
  • Five stages of change

Reasons to attend

  • Develop your professional skills
  • Continue your professional development
  • Network with your peers

Additional information

This event is presented by the IET Solent Network.

Contact: Solent Main Network Events Committee Chairman

This event will be held in the Hartley Suite in Building 38 on the map. In the evening parking may be found in the Gower car park (next to building 59 on the map).

Registration information

Prior registration is required. 

Registration closes at 17:00 on the 09 May 2014.


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