Navigating change and uncertainty
Change and uncertainty are sometimes exciting, sometimes destabilising, but always a part of professional development. The trick is finding the courage to face them and having the tools needed to navigate them proactively.
As the contemporary world of work is characterised by volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity, the need to navigate change and respond well to uncertainty is particularly pressing. In addition to these macro characteristics of professional life, more local times of flux occurring after mergers, changes in leadership or adoption of new ways of working can be tricky for teams and individuals alike.
In this interactive workshop from Philosophy at Work, participants will learn to better understand their own relationship to change and pick up highly practical techniques they can use to make sense of complex times of change. The result is colleagues better able to remain confident despite high-levels of uncertainty.
“Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards”
Participants will leave this Change and Uncertainty workshop with:
- More confidence around complex change;
- A better understanding of their own relationship to change;
- Tools for navigating change; and
- A greater ability to be comfortable in uncertainty;
“Working with Brennan was fantastic; his session on managing change and ambiguity was both thought provoking and practical. Having time to think about this as a team was invaluable and we are already working and thinking in very different ways as a result.”
To start a conversation about how you can best navigate change and uncertainty, get in touch.