Neuroscience tells us that we can learn the most and at our best when our emotions are engaged and our emotional circuits in our brain are engaged.
This workshop focuses on an awareness of our own inner world can be used as a powerful tool to enhance leadership skills and effectiveness in any profession including business, education mental health, therapy, medical and public service.
Attendees are encouraged to present leadership challenges.
● Why leadership training fails and what to do about it
● How to tap in and regulate your emotional and mental state
● How to be emotionally available without diminishing your authority
● How to use group dynamics in the room as a practice arena
● Why following the “contact function” creates and atmosphere of trust and attachment for staff
● Why effectual leadership training must be "unstructured, safe and ongoing”
To register for this program, complete and submit both this form and your fee of $50, or student rate of $25.
Four contact hours.
● Saturday November 18th 2017
Fostering Effective Leadership Skills and Techniques
● Saturday December 2nd 2017
Understanding Modern Psychodynamic Group Process
● Saturday January 20th 2018
Couples as a Group
● Saturday February 24th 2018
Formulating Effective Interventions Based on Emotional Age
● Saturday March 24th 2018
The Language of Flowers: Issues in Foster Care