Change Management Certification Training in Glasgow

  • Invensis Learning provides 4-day Change Management Foundation and Practitioner training in Glasgow
  • Gain a profound understanding of change management that empowers your professional trajectory
  • Led by certified instructors in Glasgow with expertise in Change Management
  • Master a robust set of tools to navigate the complexities of change
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Change Management Training Course Overview

Recognizing the importance of change management certification training is now essential for professionals seeking a deep understanding of organizational change and transformation dynamics. The demand for Change Management Certification Training is steadily increasing, providing individuals with the vital skills to navigate and lead change processes effectively.

Invensis Learning offers Change Management Foundation and Practitioner certification course in Glasgow. This comprehensive program equips professionals with a deep understanding of more

Driving Performance
Boost organizational and personal performance through targeted change strategies
Navigating Crisis
Acquire crisis management skills for organizational resilience
Structured Approach
Understand the essentials of a systematic change management plan
Employee Engagement
Master techniques for keeping staff motivated during change
Leadership Skills
Gain leadership tactics for effective organizational transformation
Methodological Approaches
Get an overview of frameworks for implementing change

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Change Management Training course in Glasgow provides professionals with the knowledge and skills to guide and oversee organizational transformations effectively. This training imparts a comprehensive understanding of the complexities of change processes, enabling participants to steer successful transitions and elevate their roles as change catalysts within their respective organizations.

Stakeholder Engagement
Change Management Planning
Resistance Management
Problem-solving Skills
Requirements Management

Key Highlights of Change Management Certification Training in Glasgow by Invensis Learning

Interactive instructor-led Change Management Foundation and Practitioner Training
Get 16 PDUs/SEUs/CPDs after completing the training
Course completion certification from Invensis Learning
Training curriculum as per the latest syllabus
Retake the training within the next 2 months with the Flexi Pass at no extra charge
Guidance to crack your Change Management certification exam on 1st Attempt*
Access the 100+ practice questions
Chapter-wise quizzes to help you crack the certification examination
Get free templates and case studies to practice your knowledge

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Direct and real-time interaction with expert instructors online
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Training accessible across various devices ensuring seamless learning experience
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Change Management Foundation Course Overview

Module 1: Individual Change (IG)

  • Understanding change models
  • A Behavioral Approach to Change
  • Cognitive and Psychodynamic Approach to Change
  • Perspectives about Humanistic Psychology
  • Understanding the Nature of theme models
  • Identify leadership issues in Change
  • Learning how to improve team effectiveness. Also, how individuals affect team dynamics
  • Learn Tuckman's model of team change and the development changes teams go through
  • Understanding the various organizational metaphors, like Flux and Transformation organizational metaphor
  • Learn the eight-step model for transforming your organization
  • Identify the three phases in transition management and distinguish between a planned and transitional change
  • Understand the process involved when managing Change
  • What is the leader's role in the key organizational metaphors
  • Learn the role of a leader in Change Management
  • Identify the leadership focus for the various phases of Change
  • Learn the Goleman leadership skills and practices

Change Management Practitioner Course Overview

Module 1: Individual Change

  • The defining features of models which describe how people learn:
    • The learning process and the learning dip; the Gestalt terms ‘foreground’ and ‘background’; the sequence of the learning process (conscious/unconscious incompetence to unconscious competence)
    • The stages and sequence of the ‘learning cycle’ (Kolb) and the related learning styles
  • The perspectives associated with the cognitive approach to change
    • Achieving results and setting goals; the ‘well-formed outcome’; the sequence which connects self-concept to results
    • Techniques for changing beliefs and performance
  • The perspectives associated with the psychodynamic approach to change
    • The sequences and terms used in theories using the idea of a ‘change curve’ (Kubler-Ross; Adams, Hayes and Hopson
    • The sequences and terms used in the Virginia Satir model and critical points in the change process (Satir; Weinberg)
  • The perspectives associated with the humanistic psychology approach to change
    • The levels and terms used in the hierarchy of needs (Maslow)
    • The three ‘crucial conditions’ to bring about growth and development with individuals within organizations and process of change (Rogers and the path to personal growth)
    • The Gestalt approach to individual and organizational change; the terms used and sequence of the Gestalt cycle (Perls; Nevis)
  • The individual personality ‘preferences’ identified by the MBTITM and the responses of four types of individuals to change (Myers and Briggs)
  • The factors that influence how to manage change in self and others
    • Propensity for change – five factors (Cameron and Green)
    • The stages and terms used in the transformative change model and factors causing resistance to change (Schein)
  • How managers and change agents can help others to change
  • The theories and models about the nature of teams
    • What is a group and when is it a team? (Various)
    • Why we need teams and the relationship between uncertainty and teamwork (Casey) 3. Types of organizational teams (Cameron and Green)
  • How to Improve Team Effectiveness. The five elements that contribute to the level of a team’s effectiveness or ineffectiveness (Glaser and Glaser)
  • Tuckman’s model of team change and the stages of development that teams go through
  • Leadership Issues in Team Change. The phases that groups go through and the challenges for leaders (Bion and Turquet) (see Appendix A, Note 1)
  • How individuals affect team dynamics
    • MBTI and Teams
    • Similarity and difference between individuals within teams (McCaulley) 3. Team types (Belbin)
  • The elements of theories and models about how individuals affect team dynamics
    • How team members with different MBTI react to one another in teams and their attitudes to change
    • The advantages and disadvantages of similarity and difference between individuals within teams (McCaulley)
    • The contributions and allowable weaknesses of people playing different team roles (Belbin)
  • How team effectiveness can be improved during change using: Glaser and Glaser’s five elements (defined in 0202); Tuckman’s model of team change (defined in 0203); Bion and Turquet’s leadership issues (defined in 0204); the John Adair model; the team leader’s role and behaviors; facilitation; and action learning.
  • How different types of teams and different individuals within teams affect the way teams react to change (as identified in 0201 and 0205)
  • The key beliefs and assumptions associated with the Machine organizational metaphor (Morgan)
  • The key beliefs and assumptions associated with the Political Systems organizational metaphor (Morgan)
  • The key beliefs and assumptions associated with the Organisms organizational metaphor (Morgan)
  • The key beliefs and assumptions associated with the Flux and Transformation organizational metaphor (Morgan)
  • The underlying principles behind understanding the driving forces and resisting forces in any situation if change is to happen:
    • Force Field Analysis, examining the driving and resisting forces (Lewin)
    • Three-step model of organizational change (Lewin)
    • The factors in the change formula (Beckhard and Harris)
  • The four phases of planned change that draws on the disciplines of project management (Bullock and Batten)
  • The Eight Step Model for transforming your organization (Kotter) (Note: Fig.3.3 on P127 is not examined)
  • The four components in the congruence model that draws on the socio-technical view of organizations and addresses the dynamics of what happens in an organization when we try to change it. (Nadler and Tushman)
  • The three phases in managing transition and the distinction between planned change and transition (Bridges)
  • The “principles of environmental systems” for how organizations operate and its relevance to sustaining and renewing organizational change (Senge et al)
  • The leader’s role linked to each of the four key organizational metaphors
  • The description of visionary leadership including
    • The characteristics of visionary leaders (Bennis)
    • What leaders really do (Kotter)
  • The characteristics of other theories on leadership approaches
    • Transformational and transactional leadership (Bass; Bryman)
    • Story telling leadership (Gardner)
    • Adaptive leadership (Heifitz and Laurie)
    • Connective leadership (Lipman-Blumen) (Note: Leadership for the 21st century and Table 4.3 are not examined)
  • The characteristics of other theories on leadership approaches
    • Transformational and transactional leadership (Bass; Bryman)
    • Story telling leadership (Gardner)
    • Adaptive leadership (Heifitz and Laurie) 4. Connective leadership (Lipman-Blumen) (Note: Leadership for the 21st century and Table 4.3 are not examined)
  • The leadership styles and skills (Goleman)
    • Leadership styles that get results
    • Emotional competencies for leaders
  • The different leadership focus for different phases of change:
    • Kotter’s recommended actions for the first four change steps in leading change
    • Learning how to persevere (Kanter)
    • Leading people through transition (Bridges) (Note: Inner and outer leadership, Table 4.6, P185-6 not examined at Foundation level)
  • The importance of self-knowledge and inner resources:
    • The role of self-knowledge (Bennis)
    • Characteristics of principle-centered leaders (Covey)
    • Covey’s seven habits (Note: Erikson, Table 4.8 is not examined)

Navigate the journey to the Change Management Certification Exam with this structured timeline for success

Change Leaders
Change Project Managers
Transformation Managers
Business Change Managers
Operational Line Managers
Project Team Members
HR Representatives
Business Managers
Project and Program Managers

There are no prerequisites to take the Change Management Exam. If you are going for practitioner certification, you must complete the Change Management Foundation certification first.

    Change Management Foundation Exam Format

    Exam FormatOnline (Multiple choice questions)
    Number of QuestionsFour Sections, 50 Questions
    Exam Duration40 minutes
    Passing CriteriaA score of 50%

    Change Management Practitioner Exam Format

    Exam FormatOnline (Objective testing based on a case study scenario)
    Number of Questions4 Questions (20 Marks each)
    Exam Duration2.5 Hours
    Passing CriteriaA score of 50%
    50+ Chapter end quizzes
    2 Mock Tests
    Examination Voucher
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    Know About Your Change Management Certification

    Our Change Management Foundation and Practitioner Certification Training in Glasgow by seasoned trainers equip professionals with essential change management skills through the comprehensive syllabus. We prepare individuals to pass the Change Management exam and earn a globally recognized certification, enhancing career opportunities.

    Who should consider getting certified?

    Managers, team leaders, HR professionals, project managers, and consultants involved in organizational transformation would benefit from certification.

    There are no prerequisites to take the Change Management Exam. If you are going for practitioner certification, you must complete the Change Management Foundation certification first.

    Yes, most certification exams include scenario-based questions to assess your practical knowledge.

    Certification adds credibility to your skill set, makes you more marketable, and can open doors to higher-level positions and better compensation.

    Earning a certification in change management substantially boosts your financial prospects as a catalyst for organizational change. Certified professionals typically command higher salaries and have the flexibility to determine their compensation. Those well-versed in change management methodologies possess the knowledge to guide their teams effectively, following industry best practices.

    FAQs on Change management Foundation and Practitioner Certification in Glasgow

    What is the main focus of this Change Management Training?

    The training focuses on equipping professionals with the tools, strategies, and skills needed to manage and implement change effectively within an organization.

    Change Management exams are usually closed-book, meaning no external reference material is allowed. Always check specific rules from the certification body.

    Key skills include stakeholder engagement, strategic planning, effective communication, and leadership abilities.

    Salaries vary by role and location, but Change Management Consultants, for instance, can earn a substantial income, especially with years of experience.

    IT, healthcare, finance, and manufacturing industries often require change management expertise to navigate organizational shifts.

    While not always mandatory, a certification can provide a competitive edge and demonstrate your expertise in the field.

    Career options in change management range from Change Management Analyst and Consultant to Change Management Director and various leadership roles.

    Generally, you can retake the exam, often after a specified waiting period, and possibly at an additional cost.

    Time allocation varies depending on prior knowledge and experience, but a general recommendation is to start preparing at least two to three months before the exam date.

    The course is designed for change managers, team leaders, organizational line managers, business managers, and anyone involved in organizational development and transformation.

    If achieving this certification aligns with your career or personal objectives, it's well worth pursuing. The Practitioner exam is notably more difficult and extensive than the Foundation level, so adequate preparation is essential. Nonetheless, the passing grade is realistic, even if you haven't engaged in rigorous study for some time.

    Yes, we offer customization options to tailor the course content to meet your organization's unique requirements.

    The course includes modules on crisis management skills, teaching you how to steer your organization through turbulent times.

    The training includes real-world case studies to provide practical insights into effective change management.

    The training explores methodologies and frameworks, such as ADKAR, Kotter's 8 Steps, and the Lewin Change Model, to provide a well-rounded understanding of change management.

    Yes, the Change Management Foundation course covers foundational principles and best practices, making it suitable for individuals at all experience levels.

    Advancement often comes with experience, additional certifications, and a proven track record of successfully managing and implementing change.

    General FAQs

    What are the modes of training provided by Invensis Learning?

    Invensis Learning provides 5 different modes of training in the form of:

    • Instructor-led live online (virtual) training
    • Instructor-led classroom training
    • On-site group training
    • Focused 1-to-1 training
    • Self-paced E-learning

    You can enroll for training by following below mentioned points:

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    • Select the mode of your training
    • Click on “Enrol Now” button
    • Fill the necessary details to make the payment
    • Get all the course materials to prepare for the training
    • Join the training on the scheduled date

    Yes, you can opt for a customized schedule which is not there on the website. But getting custom schedules will depend on few criteria mentioned below:

    • Focused 1-to-1 training can be customized as per your choice
    • Group training of more than 5 participants can be customized
    • On-site training can be customized as per clients’ requirement

    Please check the website regularly to check for new offers and discounts happening throughout the year. You can also get in touch with one of our training consultants through chat to check if any discounts are available.
    For all the certification training courses, you will receive their official certificate. Upon completion of the certification exam, the results will be immediately announced. If a participant has cleared the exam, your digital certificate will be made available immediately. But, if you require a hard copy of the certificate, you may incur additional cost and it will be delivered to your address in 2-3 weeks of time.

    Once you enroll for training from Invensis Learning, you will receive:

    • A copy of course material
    • Study guide Prepared by SMEs
    • Practice Tests
    • Retrospective session
    • Access to free resources
    • Complimentary additional training session
    • PDUs for relevant courses
    • Course completion certificate/Official certificate

    Please check out our refund policy page to know more if you cancel your enrollment.

    No, English is the preferred language for the mode of training delivery. Any language other than English will have to be custom request which will be fulfilled at additional cost and availability of a native language trainer.
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