Helping you become an effective change agent
Virtual Instructor-Led Session
Research & Development
Leading The Change
9am - 1pm
Internal Change Champions Managers
What You Will Learn
1. Distinguish the identity and role of a change agent in organizations
2.Evaluate the challenges faced by organizations when managing change
3.Identify the changes between Decision Making vs Problem Solving
4.Utilize Alvigor’s UEC model to increase change acceptance in organizations
5.Discover best practices for successfully managing proposed changes through a practitioner lens
What Is The Session About?
57% of Asian pacific C ‘suite respondents believes that the pace of change in digital transformation would increase significantly.
In organisations, change initiatives are only successful when employees and leaders can deal with it successfully. We are in a VUCA world, and the ability to navigate through change is crucial. For people to effectively harness this ability, it starts with making effective decisions, problem solving, to leading/navigating through change.
In this webinar, we will be delving into the correlation between decision making and problem solving. Discover how to use a structured approach to help change agents become more effective in managing and implementing change initiatives. Specifically, participants will be exposed to frameworks and processes that prepares and enables change, as well as techniques to lead and engage their teams during the transition period.
Virtual Facilitator & Change Consultant
Ramesh Muthusamy has been in field of Learning and Development since 2002.He is currently at the helm of Alvigor OD’s Learning & Development Unit.
HIS SPEAKING & PRESENTATIONS ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Ramesh ranked as the Best Speaker in the International Debates called “Bridging Minds” in 1997
He was the team captain for the Singapore Press Holdings Geography Challenge 1998 which involved creating Informative Presentations based on Singapore’s Challenges and Socio-Political Issues
He won the Pan South East Asia Public Speaking Championships in 2002 beating contestants from 6 Asian Countries Including Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Brunei
In 2002 he was competed with a few thousand contestants and emerged as the 2nd Ranking Speaker outside of North America (Contestants came from countries like Australia, Britain, Ireland, South Africa, Latin America, Europe)
In 2006 he won the Singapore Orator Award
In 2011 he once again emerged as a District Champion in Public Speaking and competed in Las Vegas.
Has trained a few hundred participants over the years to become more effective in a short period of time through his special intensive Scaffolded Methodology©.