Webinar – Dealing with change (1 hour)
Do you want be better at understanding how we can engage better with the eternal journey of change?
Do you often resist change, instead of embracing it?
In this live webinar you will be taken through some of the basics behind change, why we resist it, and how to be able to embrace it. Learn how to use mental training to ease your way through change as a fish though water!
Anyone who wants to be better at change management and get rid of the fear of change.
The tools you will get:
- How to identify the underlying fears that makes you resist change
- How to use planning to take stress down a notch
- Relaxation techniques
- What is change? And why are we so scared of it?
- How the human brain works, why it does and what it does.
- Plan your way through change and how to deal with what you can’t control.
The webinar is live and online. You will log on to the webinar by clicking a link and entering a password. You will listen to a presenter, and there will be visual aids as well.
To gain most from the webinar, please participate and interact along the way!
You can ask questions in the chat if your microphone is unmuted. It will be intense and effective, and we will do whatever we can to give you as many tools as possible!
10.000DKK excl. VAT. per (internal) webinar – regardless of number of particpants.
The webinars are not boring videos or traditional e-learning, but interactive live webinars in real time.
The technique is simple – no special program or technical skill is required.
The webinar takes places on the platform Zoom.
The teacher sends an invitation with a link 5 minutes before the webinar begins, which the participants log on to.
Participants can choose to turn the camera off, if they do not want the other participants to see them.
They can ask questions in the chat that only the teacher or one of the other participants can see – or the whole group. They can ask questions and share ideas in the chat or directly in the webinar, and there will be practical exercises.
The participants will get most out of the webinar if participate actively and relate the exercises to their own everyday lives.
Number of participants:
Maximum of 20 participants