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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Forging Ahead with Perseverance and Resilience $74.95
Reaching Goals Using Perseverance and Resilience $74.95
Redefining Yourself after Organizational Change $74.95
Organizations Change So Get Ready $74.95

Bundle Price: $169.00
Total Savings: $130.80

Forging Ahead with Perseverance and Resilience

If you choose to persevere, it's typically because you have a purpose, a goal, an intention – even a dream. While it's commendable to build perseverance and resiliency proactively, the more typical application is 'in the face' of something you are trying to achieve or have been called to do. In this course, you'll learn what it takes to persevere, including the qualities and people it takes to support and sustain perseverance. You'll also learn to recognize resiliency and use it to improve your perseverance. Finally, you'll explore actions to help you build your balance, sharpen your focus, and regain resilience that helps you persevere when faced with setbacks.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize what it takes to persevere
  • Recognize examples of self-trust that support and sustain perseverance
  • Choose the people to include in your circle of trust
  • Recognize the characteristics of resiliency
  • Use strategies for resilience to improve your perseverance
  • Recognize actions that help you build balance and sharpen focus in the workplace
  • Identify actions to regain resilience
  • Recognize how to persevere in the face of setbacks

Reaching Goals Using Perseverance and Resilience

You will have a hard time persevering without incorporating the benefits of trust and resilience into your efforts. Trusting yourself, trusting others, and having others trust you helps you build confidence, stay open-minded, and remove obstacles. Being resilient and able to get back up when you are knocked down helps you take the next step, continue on the planned course, and do so without harm to yourself or others. In this course, you will learn about earning trust and assessing your circle of trusted people, as well as developing resilience, and what to do to regain trust and rebuild resilience.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize tasks and activities that require perseverance
  • Identify the actions that help you factor perseverance into your goals
  • Determine whether you should keep persevering at a goal
  • Adjust your perseverance efforts when the situation calls for it
  • Recognize strategies to help stay the course in the face of common obstacles
  • Use strategies to deal with people who obstruct your efforts to persevere
  • Use strategies to stay motivated by taking a break from perseverance
  • Recognize when to stop persevering toward a goal

Redefining Yourself after Organizational Change

Whether it's upsizing, downsizing, relocation, new processes, or a complete reorganization, organizational change is inevitable in today's business environment. It's important to not just survive organizational change, but thriving in it, empowering yourself to take control of your career, recognize new opportunities, and propel your career forward. In this course, you will learn the importance of being prepared for organizational change as well as the essential skills needed to handle it. These skills include a willingness to take risks, having an openness to the unknown, and being able to manage yourself through change. The course details the best practices of building self-motivation, which is key to being prepared for organizational change, and it introduces the idea of reframing as a coping method for accepting organizational change. Finally, this course covers the importance of recognizing and capitalizing on the career opportunities presented by organizational change, including having a career plan.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize how to use key skills to effectively handle change
  • Identify strategies for building self-motivation
  • Recognize statements that demonstrate a person is moving from resistance to acceptance
  • Recognize examples of reframed attitudes toward change
  • Identify ways you can reinvent yourself after change
  • Recognize the benefits of proactively capitalizing on organizational change
  • Recognize the elements of a career plan

Organizations Change So Get Ready

A change in your work situation – whether good or bad – can create a period of uncertainty, stress, and anxiety while you adjust. A clear understanding of what organizational change is, and what to expect when dealing with it, can shorten the period of adjustment so you can get back on track sooner. In this course, you'll explore organizational change and the typical events that can trigger it. You'll also learn about the three specific types of organizational change, common reactions to organizational change, and the stages you can expect to go through when dealing with organizational change.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize the benefits of accepting organizational change
  • Distinguish between examples of internal and external triggers of organizational change
  • Match types of organizational change to corresponding examples
  • Match common reactions to change with corresponding examples of individuals exhibiting those reactions
  • Sequence the stages of reacting to change
  • Determine how an organizational change will impact an employee over time, given the person's initial reaction
  • Recognize the importance of learning how to prepare for change
  • Use strategies to ready yourself for organizational changes
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