Nobody really likes conflict and you can’t change how other people behave; but you can change how you behave and communicate to prevent conflict. This program will help you better understand your conflict triggers, how you react and why. You will come away from the program with a deeper awareness of how you communicate to and with others and how you are perceived, especially under stress. We’ll workshop how you can immediately implement success strategies to better manage difficult relationships and communicate more effectively. This workshop is designed around the double science behavioural profile, DISC and Motivators. You receive a personal 40-page report that maps how you behave and communicate, and why you move to action. It is the report most widely used in leadership development, identifying your strengths, challenges, the benefits you bring to your organization and opportunities for growth. This workshop is ideal for anyone wanting to improve collegiate relationships, opening the door to more robust conversations, or a leader wanting to more effectively lead their team.
Brief Overview of Program Content (6 hours PD)
- Understanding the behavioural profiling model- DISC
- Your profiled behavioural preference & communication style
- Exploring communication preferences of others & how and when to adjust
- Perception – the issues and how to manage them
- The motivators that trigger conflict
- Exploring your motivators and conflict triggers
- Strategies to help identify potential conflict triggers in others
PLUS Post-Workshop: Complementary 30-minute phone discussion to explore aspects of the Profile beyond the workshop content.
You will be provided with a workbook to use during the program to revisit later as you need and a Certificate of Attendance, stating the relevant AITSL standards addressed and the number of professional development hours in the program.
This program will help you to:
- have a deeper understanding of your behavioural preference, how you are perceived and your natural communication style
- read the behavioural preference and therefore the communication style of others
- be more confident that your style of communication is well received and enables stronger working relationships
- lead meetings that encourage robust conversations and collaboration
- navigate difficult relationships using a range of effective strategies
The Coach: Janine Stratford, of Coaching Focus, is a former Deputy Principal, now Executive Coach, trainer and facilitator of professional development programs. Janine works in education and for the corporate sector. She is a Master Coach Practitioner founding her coaching business in 2006, holds a Master in Education (Ed. Management), a Graduate Diploma in Adolescent Health & Welfare, a Diploma in Education and a Bachelor of Science. She is a Restorative Practice Facilitator, trainer of YALE University’s RULER Approach in social & emotional learning. She holds leadership development conferences across Australia, presents for ISV, as well as her own programs. Janine is an accredited coach with the International Coach Federation and a certified professional behavioural analyst. Her professional development programs focus on leadership, emotional intelligence, coaching and conversational resilience. Janine holds the annual national The Leading Edge: Women In Education Conference.
Dates and Details:
Term 3 – Thursday 3 August, 2017 Each workshop is limited to 20 people
Term 4 – Friday 17 November, 2017
Milanos, 4 The Esplanade, Brighton Beach Free parking onsite or train to Brighton Beach Station
Time: 8.30am – 3.30pm Registration and coffee/tea from 8.00am
Investment: $814 (incudes GST) Morning Tea and Lunch provided
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