Change Support - Development Programs
Learning and development programs are available for staff, leaders and teams to provide support at different points in the change process. Program outlines and links to more details descriptions can be found in the following table. Options for tailored workshops, coaching or consulting support can also be discussed with the Learning and Development team.
|Change Support Program||Overview|
|From surviving to thriving - Managing your energy and resilience||For all staff who want practical ideas and ways to manage and find more energy and build greater personal and professional resilience.|
|Navigating your way through change||For all staff who want a better understanding of the change process and tools and techniques to help you positively manage personal and team reactions.|
|Leading your team through change||For supervisors, managers and leaders who are leading or preparing their teams for change.|
|Building on change - New beginnings for your team||For supervisors, managers and leaders (or leadership teams) whose teams have experienced a recent change process and are now looking to consolidate and embed these workplace changes.|
|Leading and implementing change||This high-level workshop is for those charged with leading change and provides participants with the knowledge and skills to manage an organisational change end-to-end. It covers the fundamental steps in typical change management life cycle and uses a real life case study or the participants' own projects to follow a project from conception through to completion and final review.|
|Coaching for change||Confidential one-on-one coaching support for change leaders delivered by external change support specialists.|
Financial Decision Making During Change
Having confidence about financial arrangements and options when faced with change can help to make decision making during change easier and less stressful. The university’s superannuation provider provides advice, tools, information sessions and workshops to help clarify and support financial decision making for individuals and teams.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Sometimes additional personal support is required to help us though challenging times – for ourselves as well as our team members or colleagues. Griffith University has an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for all staff who may be affected by change and this extends to managers and supervisors who may benefit from additional support in managing issues arising within their teams.
EAP is a confidential wellbeing resource available for all employees and their immediate family members. The EAP is designed to assist you to enhance your individual health and wellbeing and can support your entire work, health and life journey. Services are delivered by Davidson Trahaire Corpsych (DTC) and are strictly confidential with services funded by Griffith University.