Masterclass in Leading Change to Prevent Burnout

Course Description:

Learn how to embrace change and confront challenges quickly and positively. Learn how to become productive and positive. Manage stress to prevent burnout.

Course basics:

2 Days


Course Level:

Individual, In Company

Part Time

Exec Ed Category:

Course Cost:
R6200 (Psychometric Assessment included)

Course Structure:

Full time over two days

A bend in the road is not the end of the road, unless you fail to make the turn.

Individuals, managers and executives who want to gain deeper insights into their own and employees’ behaviours, unlock potential, and boost personal and employee engagement, productivity and creativity.

When people are confronted with change they go through different stages of what is called “The Change Cycle”. Stages include denial, resistance and eventually acceptance of the change before they can reach the productive stage.  If they are left on their own to transit through these stages without guidance, it may take a very long time before they make the change successfully. This can also lead to burnout.

Working with the change cycle model we will assess how ready or able you are to confront change, while assisting you to achieve your change outcomes.

By the end of the masterclass you will:

  • Regain your ability and willingness to be flexible.
  • Gain insight into the ramifications, consequences and rewards of the change - past, present, and future
  • Understand and embrace the causes of your burnout and emerge with a plan to counteract it

Participants will be taken through the six stages of the cycle on a two day journey. During this time burnout will also be addressed through role play and theatre. 

To apply please download and complete the application form below
Executive Education application_form

Please contact the Executive Relationship Manager for more information or new course date.

Disclaimer: Accreditation
This short course is accredited by the university in accordance with its statutory mandate. It does not lead to a qualification registered on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF).