About the Course

Change has become a constant feature of the modern economy in view of digitization, disruptive innovation, and more.
In such a volatile environment, change management is more necessary than ever, and there is ongoing, an increasing demand for skilled change managers. In this course, learners will develop a growth mindset and be ready for change, understand and align to the business transformation plan and be aware of the priority skills needed to support business resilience and transformation.

Trainers Profiles:
Colin Tan, Adjunct Lecturer
Colin is an accomplished Learning & Development (L&D) and Organisation Development (OD) professional with more than 30 years of experience helping organisations and individuals achieve excellence.
Colin's expertise includes course development, learning facilitation, process facilitation, customer experience design, leadership and people management. His work is informed by the application of organisation development concepts, adult learning theories, experiential learning, competency-based approach, psychometric profiling and design thinking. His career spans the manufacturing, services and consultancy industry, taking on roles that include business development, corporate services, learning and organisation development. Colin has provided training and consultancy services to clients from the public, private and people sector, both locally and in the region. He is a Specialist Adult Educator recognised by the Institute for Adult Learning for his extensive experience in curriculum development.

Yvonne Loh, Senior Lecturer
Yvonne is an ACTA-certified trainer and holds a degree in Business Administration from National University of Singapore with more than a decade of teaching both youth and adult learners. Currently, Yvonne leads a group of adjunct lecturers, supports in the development and delivery of HR and Management related modules as well as in the development of e-learning contents using software and platforms like Articulate Rise/Storyline, Panopto and Brightspace. Her teaching interest and specialised areas include Human Resource Development, Management and Organisation Behaviour, Performance Management as well as Change Management.
Prior to teaching in the higher education industry, Yvonne has proven capabilities in employee learning and development, oversaw and coordinated company-wide training activities, delivered employee training programmes, and represented her company in the development of WSQ competency map for the manufacturing/semiconductor sector.
  • Course Outline

    Learners will be able to: - Describe the nature of change and the types of change.
    - Explain the driving forces of change that shape organisational change.
    - Prepare for change and gain useful insights that help change managers implement change programmes.
    - Describe critical success factors for companies to manage change in this age of digital disruptions.
    - Learn tips and strategies to manage resistance to change and obtain management buy-in for change projects within the company.
    - Build knowledge and capabilities in change planning, change engagement and enablement, and sustaining change.
  • Target Participants

    - Managers and working professionals who are involved in change management and wish to be brought up to date with best practice in change leadership.
    - Managers and working professionals who wish to enhance their competencies in change management and/or to better prepare themselves for career transitions and taking on the challenges of new job roles and responsibilities.
  • Certification

    Certificate of Completion
  • Admission Requirements

    No Minimum Requirements
  • Course schedule (conducting days & time)

    16 August 2023
    Face to face facilitated classroom discussion
  • What You'll Study

  • Course Fees and Funding

    Please refer to course brochure.
  • Contact for course enquiries

    Ms TEO SHALYNN,, Tel No:65501094
  • Remarks

    NYP reserves the right to reschedule/cancel any prog and amend the fees/info without prior notice.
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