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Learn about the psychology of change in Cardiff

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Greek philosopher, Heraclitus was long ago quoted as saying that the only constant was change, but still today, many change initiatives in the business world simply fail. This lunchtime session is an overview of change in the context of the modern workplace and how psychological insights can help people deal more successfully with it.

This session will be delivered by David Patel, Key Account Director & Ireland Country Manager with the Myers Briggs Company. David will discuss what causes change in the workplace, factors that influence how people react to change and how psychological insights can help navigate change.

By the end of the event you will:

  • have developed a broader understanding on a subject impacting the Civil Service
  • be able to apply the learning back in your workplace
  • network with colleagues from other government departments

Where : Companies House, Crown Way, Cardiff, CF14 3UZ

When : Tuesday 18 February 2020 

Time : The morning session will be at 11.00 to 12.30 (1 hour presentation and time for questions and networking after).  

The afternoon session will be at 13.00 to 14.30 (1 hour presentation and time for questions and networking after).

Booking is via Eventbrite:

Morning session

Afternoon session

This event is open to civil servants at any grade. Please bring your Civil Service ID with you.

Parking may be available on site but cannot be guaranteed - please email Catherine.

Lunch/refreshments will not be provided but you are welcome to bring those with you.

Please note that you will need to seek approval from your line manager to attend and any travel and subsistence costs must be met by your department. This is a learning event and may count towards your 5 a year learning and development days.

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