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Welcome to “Building Change Resiliency”. Please select one card that reflects how you view change. Think about… How does this card signify your view of CHANGE? What do you see in this card? What do you feel from this card? Write down your answers on PAGE 1 in your Participant Workbook.

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Welcome to “Building Change Resiliency”

  • Please select one card that reflects how you view change.
  • Think about…
      • How does this card signify your view of CHANGE?
      • What do you see in this card?
      • What do you feel from this card?
  • Write down your answers on PAGE 1 in your Participant Workbook.
  • Be prepared to share your thoughts.
introductions
Introductions

Share:

  • Your Name
  • Your organizational unit
housekeeping and safety
Housekeeping and Safety
  • Fire exits
  • Evacuation locations
  • In case of earthquake
  • Breaks and lunch
  • Restrooms
  • Cell phones
  • Parking Lot
ground rules
Ground Rules
  • Confidentiality
  • Follow Edison Values
  • Listen
  • Ask questions
  • Respect each other’s opinions, experiences, and perspectives
  • OK to express emotions
  • Don’t “rescue” each other if emotions arise
  • Learn from each other
  • Additional ground rules?
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What Is Your View Change?

  • How does this card signify your view of CHANGE?
  • What do you see in this card?
  • What do you feel from this card?
  • Spokesperson:What is one common theme about change that emerged from your discussion?
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Kevin Cini

Case for Change at SCE

course objectives
Course Objectives

This course will help you:

  • Understand the stages of change.
  • Explore your own tendencies when responding to change.
  • Describe how your mindset matters, and how resilience is one of the keys to managing change.
  • Explore strategies for managing stress and building resilience.
  • Identify available resources that will help you respond to and manage change.
insights ahas
Insights & Ahas

In your Participant Workbook:

  • Record your “Insights & Ahas” that resonate with you during this workshop.
  • You’ll have a chance tosummarize those thoughtsduring the closing activity.
two change scenarios
Two Change Scenarios

Difficult to Accept

Welcomed Change

reactions to a difficult change
Reactions to a Difficult Change
  • Briefly describe the change from the past that was difficult for you to accept.
  • What were things like BEFORE you were aware that this change would be taking place?
  • When you realized this change would be taking place, how did you feel at first?
  • What was it like for you as you BEGAN to experience or make the change?
  • As you continued to experience the change and you could see the end in sight, what did THAT feel like?
  • How did you feel AFTER the change was complete?
stages of change
Stages of Change

Acceptance

Denial

Comfort Zone

Exploration

Resistance

insights ahas1
Insights & Ahas
  • Take a moment to jot down any “Insights” and “Ahas” youwant to rememberfrom this module.
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Dr. Joe Dadourian

Change, Emotions, and Stress

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Insights & Ahas
  • Take a moment to jot down any “Insights” and “Ahas” youwant to rememberfrom this module.
mindset
Mindset

Victim Mindset

Growth Mindset

what would you do
What Would You Do?

Your job description is changing.

You are being mergedinto a new workgroup.

Your workgroup is being moved to a new location.

Layoffs are coming.

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Insights & Ahas
  • Take a moment to jot down any “Insights” and “Ahas” youwant to rememberfrom this module.
employee assistance program eap
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
    • Available 24/7; 800-443-4474
    • Covers you, your household members, and children up until the age of 26.
    • Five counseling sessions perincident at no charge
    • Work/life services
  • Financial andlegal referrals
other resources
Other Resources
  • Stress Assessments
  • Stress Management Strategies
  • Resilience Assessments
  • Resilience Strategies
  • Books and Audio
course objectives1
Course Objectives

Did this course help you:

  • Understand the stages of change?
  • Explore your own tendencies when responding to change?
  • Describe how your mindset matters, and how resilience is one of the keys to managing change?
  • Explore strategies for managing stress and building resilience?
  • Identify available resources that will help you respond to and manage change?
what did you learn
What Did You Learn?
  • Review your Insights & Ahaspages.
  • What is the MOST IMPORTANT information you learned today?
evaluation
Evaluation
  • We invite you toshare yourcandid thoughts – both appreciativeand constructive –about yourexperience today.
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