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Managing Redundancy Training


I am seeking some training exercises to incorporate into training on managing redundancy. Can anyone help?

4 Responses

  1. more data
    Training for who?
    >Managers deciding who to make redundant?
    >Managers breaking the news to people that their jobs are redundant?
    >Managers managing peoples productivity whilst working their notice?
    >Managers managing the survivors?
    >People managing their reactions to redundancy?
    >People finding a new role after being made redundant?
    >People coping with life on benefits?

    I can help with any of these but which do you need?


  2. Redundancy training


    As Rus says – not sure who the training is aimed at or what it’s purpose is.

    However, as a workplace coach I have done quite a bit of coaching with people facing redundancy. On the whole this has been very successful in helping people to get over the initial panic, explore their options, think about what they’d really like to do next and action plan to move forward.

    So – I would strongly advocate for coaching training for managers and access to a skilled workplace coach for staff facing or under threat of redundancy.

    ILM have accredited workplace coach training courses.




  3. Training Course at Silicon Beach

    Hi there,

    Here at Silicon Beach Training we run a 1-day Managing Redundancy training course which we can arrange privately with content tailored to delegates’ requirements.

    If you’re interested in discussing in more detail please feel free to give me a call on 01273 622272

    Colin Welch
    Training Manager
    [email protected]

  4. Redundancy Training

    We are a amall group of individuals who provide training support for staff being made redundant.  Our service comprises:


    Structured questionnaire to ascertain the individuals career interests

    Series of half-day courses to develop job-hunting and presentational skills

    One-to-one counselling sessions for individual support

    Additional support for individuals suffering from stress or interview nerves

    Framework for networking and ongoing support


    With the right skills and some hard work it is possible to make a big difference to the chances of re-employment, and to see redundancy as an opportunity as well as a problem.


    But beware, there are some consultancies out there who charge a lot but do very little!






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