This video wraps up the course and provides next steps.
- So I hope you liked my course on surviving change…in the workplace.…We've looked at a whole load of strategies,…both for preparing for changes, for staying in your…organization and embracing the change,…and also for leaving.…And we've looked at the most common types of change…and which strategies to use for each.…You could make a start on some of the strategies now,…whatever happens, because when a change suddenly arrives,…it'll be too late to start them.…
But I also hope that you keep this course…as a reference resource for the future,…so that when a change does come over the horizon,…you can have a quick scan through the course again…and refresh your memory so you're ready.…And remember, most changes are fine.…Most of them work out for the good in the end.…They are an opportunity to learn and be pushed…out of your comfort zone, and therefore,…you'll end up stronger than you would've been.…And please do keep in touch with me via LinkedIn.…I'd love to hear how you're getting on.…
And also, if you don't already get them,…
- Why we dislike change
- Planning for change
- Developing mental toughness
- Maximizing your interpersonal skills
- Setting long-term career goals
- Pushing yourself out of your comfort zone
- What to consider if you're thinking of leaving your job
- Building up your network
- How to be low maintenance employee
- Establishing goals and plans with a new boss
- How to deal with a bad boss
Skill Level Beginner
1. Understand and Prepare for Change
4. New Initiatives or Mergers
5. New Roles, Teams, and Location
The benefits of a new role3m 25s
6. New Boss
Next steps1m 25s
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