“I did not expect the course of Change Management could be so much related to my real work and life”
–“Leading Successful Change” workshop closed successfully
【June, 2013】Fifteen managers from a multi-national company, together with the trainer Chris JIANG who is the founder of Soft Power Works, created a wonderful learning experience on Leading Successful Change with authentic, open and self-challenging attitude.
“This is one of the most impressive trainings I have ever had.” Said one participant at his closing remark, “There are very few PPT slides used for the training these two days and all the interactions and exercises are very closely related to the topic. I think it is very helpful to me to either lead of adapt to changes in the future.”
Another participant described her psycho change in these two day by using the “Ross Curve” which interprets human psycho change in change cases: “Actually I found that I just experienced psychologically the whole ‘Ross Curve’ in these two days. At the very beginning when I came into the room, I felt that this was not the right place I should come: no tables arranged for the training but 15 chairs in U shape. And for some time I had been denying the course and made myself not involved. But gradually I found myself attracted by the training, especially after certain exercises. The unique way of training gave me really in-depth learning experience and it enabled me to talk to you now in this way of using the theory of ‘Ross Curve’. Applauses followed after this participant completed her remark.
“I did not expect the course of Change Management could be so much related to my real work and life,” said one participant, “I assumed that a Change Management course must be vague, boring and far from real work and life with its nature of connecting to vision, strategy etc. But these two days challenged my assumption because the training had made change related vision and strategy so close to reality and thus made ‘change’ very tangible. And all the theories and tools introduced in the course can be applied not only in work, but also in personal life, even in educating children.”