Swpbs Change Process

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  • 1. School-Wide Positive Behavior Support Albert S. Brown
  • 2. Benefits of SWPBS
    • Ability to handle inmates with problem behaviors
    • Reduction of suspensions
    • Spend more time on teaching
    • Learn common language to deal with behavioral problems
  • 3. Resistance to Change
    • What is resistance
    • Why resistance occurs
    • Common Traps
    • Critical Success Factors
    • Tools and Techniques
  • 4. What is Resistance?
    • Resistance is a force that slows or stops movement. It is a natural and expected part of any change
    • Any system resists change deemed harmful
  • 5. Why does resistance occur?
    • Fear of unknown
    • Mistrust
    • Peer pressure
    • Personality conflicts
    • No connection to value or benefits
  • 6. Strategies to Manage Change
    • Identify all parties with stake in outcome
    • Maintain focus
    • Maintain context for the change
  • 7. Strategies to Manage Change (Cont’d)
    • Use opposition as opportunity
    • Respect stakeholders
    • Do not ignore or try to avoid resistance
  • 8. Critical Success Factors
    • Define
    • Focus
    • Measure
  • 9. Critical Success Factors (Cont’d)
    • Understand school culture
    • Manage significant change barriers
  • 10. Evaluation Plan
    • Develop data collection procedures for reporting
    • Use leadership team to implement
    • Use surveys and workshops
    • New teacher development
    • Use outside consultants
  • 11. References
    • Williams, C. (2007). BPM: Overcoming Resistance to Change . Philadelphia: Association of Business Process Management Professionals.