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Training Manual
Organisational Development

Outcomes Training

M4003
With the trend moving towards having an outcome focus in all the work that is being done - this manual has all you need to run a half-day session for groups to:
- develop an understand of what an outcome is and what it isn't
- understand how to use an ''outcome model''
- information on the benefits of defining outcomes
- know how to identify outcome indicators
The manual has comprehensive trainers notes; handouts covering definitions used in measuring outcomes, the importance of outcomes, the process - inputs - outputs etc, tracking outcomes; and a PowerPoint presentation
(27 pages)
 

R 550

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Outcomes Training
Training Manual
Organisational Development

Review & Forward Planning

M4001
This training manual contains 10 exercises, comprehensive trainer's notes and a PowerPoint presentation, with suggestions on how to use the exercises for a 2-hour session, a half-day session or over a full day.
Covers:
    • Exercise 1 - Icebreaker
    • Exercise 2 - Reviewing our organisation / SWOT analysis
    • Exercise 3 - Checklist / how we are performing
    • Exercise 4 - Identifying emergent strategies
    • Exercise 5 - Where do we want to be
    • Exercise 6 - Writing a business / strategic plan
    • Exercise 7 - Contents of a plan
    • Exercise 8 - Setting organisational aims
    • Exercise 9 - Setting operational objectives
    • Exercise 10- Deciding on critical success factors
(26 pages)
 

R 550

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Training Manual
Review & Forward Planning
PowerPoint Presentation
Organisational Development

Managing Organisational Change

9022
A PowerPoint to use in a presentation on Managing Change with some supporting information, to help your presentation; the Change Cycle, explanation of the Roles in Organisational Change; and a shortened version of Who Moved My Cheese, a great story to read to your participants, as extracts, as you go along, or to give them to read either before or after your presentation. Copyright free so you can add your own logo to the PowerPoint.
Covering:
 - what we mean by change;
 - roles in organisational change;
 - types of change that cause resistance;
 - Fisher’s Transition Curve; simple change cycle;
 - people can accept change if…;
 - key people in a change process;
 - skills of a change management leader
16 slides
 

R 109

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PowerPoint Presentation
PowerPoint Presentation
Managing Organisational Change
PowerPoint Presentation
Organisational Development

Using Story Telling to Develop People & Organisations

9012
A really interesting PowerPoint presentation to show participants how to use stories in their training sessions or in other work areas.
 
Covers:
- when to use story telling
- what telling stories is all about
- what we can use stories for
- 4 main functions of story telling
- how stories work
- left brain / right brain functions in story telling
20 slides copyright free so you can add your own logo
Comes with 3 stories that are featured in the presentation - so you are all ready to deliver this session.
 

R 99

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PowerPoint Presentation
PowerPoint Presentation
Using Story Telling to Develop People & Organisations