Change management vs fear of the unknown


22 June, 2021

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm BST


Change management vs fear of the unknown

Location: Virtual

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    1 hour

Alan Keyse, an Executive Coach, will show how Change management can help overcome the anxiety caused by post pandemic uncertainty. Alan will highlight attitudes to change & fear of the unknown, and will offer techniques that have helped people to avoid the stress that often comes with change.

Learning outcomes

  • Techniques that on a daily basis can help us plan a way forward
  • Realisation that most people feel the same way & there is something that can be done
  • Greater understanding of the effects that change have on us
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Programme outline

Alan will discuss the popular mindset towards change, much of which is rooted in our fear of the unknown – this will be set against a world that likes routine, certainty and predictability. Our not knowing what happens next can have a debilitating effect on us in a variety of ways, not least our ability to make good decisions & plan ahead.

Alan will show how we can regain levels of influence and even control over events that in turn will help us as we move ahead in an era of change.


Alan Keyse is a professionally trained Executive Coach and has been the owner of Keys for living for 12 years. Alan’s work involves confidential 1 to 1 coaching courses helping executives face a variety of challenges: Stress management; self confidence & self esteem issues; motivation; and change management. He regularly holds talks, seminars and workshop related to all aspects mindset & navigating our way in the 21st century and has done so with corporations, schools, universities & charities. As well as the coaching courses he’s attended, Alan has enhanced his approach by extensive work in Emotional Intelligence, a course and on going practice of mindfulness principals, and cognitive behavioural therapy. Prior to his work as a coach Alan was self employed in executive sales for 25 years promoting building materials on behalf of Italian manufacturers in the UK & Ireland, and managing the supply chain. He has retained a consultancy role with several Italian manufacturers.