Workshops for Business
Our workshops can be delivered in a variety of formats: introductory (two hours), half-day and full day. To ensure learning is embedded, we recommend post workshop one-to-one coaching.
Building Self Care & Effectiveness: a systemic approach
Two complimentary workshops that demonstrate how the ways we think and feel act as filters through which we interpret the world. And then the ways we interpret the world lead to our actions which lead to outcomes. Real change must begin with mindfully examining our assumptions, the ways we interact with others and the ways we are in the world.
Takes participants through a range of conversational techniques. Topics covered include empathy & boundaries, non-verbal messages, coaching (GROW model) and conflict resolution.
Wellbeing for Change Program
Our Wellbeing for Change Program is designed to build ability to articulate and utilise personal insight, communicate with congruence and openness, and work co-operatively and creatively to bring about needed change.
The personal and the organisational are interrelated and mutually dependent. This must be understood for ongoing personal and organisational wellbeing and for real change to occur. Change initiatives are ineffective because individuals are not well equipped to effectively create and incorporate change for themselves, organisational structures and systems are not open enough to hear and respond to personal insights, and there is not sufficient appreciation of how to leverage the inherent systemic influences between the personal and the organisational.
Part 1 of our Wellbeing for Change program, The Personal, equips the individual to manage their own wellbeing, and builds skills for accessing and acting on personal insights around change. Part 2, The Interpersonal, builds the skills needed for effective, respectful, emotionally intelligent communication. Part 3, The Community, equips participants with the skills for nurturing, creating and managing organisation-wide change.
The parts can be delivered individually or together, depending on the organisation’s needs. Together, these three parts provide an ongoing process for personal and organisational wellbeing.