Leading Through Innovation and Change

Course Duration is 1 Day

£395.00 Plus VAT

Business Benefit

This course is for managers and leaders that need to develop their confidence to think and act with innovation and creativity. It will help you improve communications with your customers and colleagues by breaking old ways of thinking and acting. It will inspire managers to have the courage to empower their colleagues and trust them to do things differently.

By challenging norms and making a case for change, this event will demonstrate several techniques to develop critical thinking, test resistance to change and embed continuous improvements.

How to Book

If you are interested in booking this course, then please select an available date and then click book now to complete the booking.

Who Should Attend

This course is for managers and leaders that need to develop their confidence to think and act with innovation and creativity

Learning Outcomes – by the end of this course you will be able to…

Improve communications for customers (internal and external)
Breakdown old ways of thinking and help managers to work within the post-pandemic world.
Create trust and empowerment for innovative thinking.
Having the courage and confidence to try out new methods and develop capability.
To communicate and collaborate widely.
To embed continuous improvement principles.

Course Content

The need for innovation within any organisation. The benefits of innovation in the workplace. The consequences of not changing ways of working.
Understanding the management and leadership approach needed to embrace innovation. How to become that leader or manager.
Recognising ways of being innovative. Top tips on being innovative and creative. Using critical thinking techniques. Examples from other organisations.
Applying these methods – being practical and pragmatic.
Assessing resistance to innovation. Understanding the challenges and difficulties that may be encountered from team-members when introducing innovative methods. How to address these challenges.
Sharing best practice, collaborating widely, communicating effectively and embracing continuous improvement.