Workshops are led using a method which assumes the highest possible involvement in the process of learning among participants – by acquiring and creating knowledge. They involve active methods of teaching – working in small groups, case studies, games, group discussions, exercises, mini lectures, questionnaires, individual tasks. Workshops are led by an experience trainer or a group of experienced trainers who adapt – on regular basis – the way of transmitting knowledge and tools helping to achieve the goal to the group, taking into account a group context and individual needs of each participant.
- The aim of workshops is to create an appropriate attitude which gives a chance to achieve success and proposes methods to make it happen.
- Training process leads to creating real skills, responsibility, managerial maturity as well as focus on solutions, on responsibility and result.
- The goal is to combine high efficiency and professionalism with inner cohesion and natural reliability.
Tell me, and I will forget. Show me, and I may remember. Involve me, and I will understand.Confucius
Thematic areas of workshops
- Management, leadership, managers’ developement
- Creating mission, vision, values, implementig values in organisations
- Communication, problem solving, negotiations
- Persuasion, exarting influence, public speaking, media training
- Train the trainer
- Contact with clients: customer service, building relationship with client, sale
- Change management, Resilience Training
- Cooperation: team work, team building
- Individual potential: stress management, self-energy management, emotional intelligence, assertiveness, creativity, creative problem solving
Examples of the workshops’ subjects
Workshop developing an ability of effective interpersonal cooperation. The aspects of team work. Rules and efficient habits.
BUILDING RELATIONSHIP AND RESPONSABILITY
Maturity in communication. Statements’ analyse. Games in communication.
COMMUNICATION IN ORGANISATION
The processes of communication. Mistakes and barriers in communication. Crossing barriers in comunication. Emotions in communication. Listening. Tools for effective communication.
COMMUNICATION IN MANAGEMENT PROCESS
Relationships between interpersonal relations, communication and effective management. Basic communication tools. Relationship between assertiveness and manager’s role.
THE ART OF AGREEMENT
Communication types. Communication types in stress. Positive language. Language of benefits.
Basic tools for planning and managing private and team time. Work delegating and work monitoring. Conducting meetings.
Feedback as a tool in manager’s work. Results enforcement. Difficult situations connected with the lack of expected outcomes.
Motivating employees (individually and in a team). Motivating factors. Responding to situations of decreasing involvement.
Goals of coaching. Rules of coaching. Couching tools.
LEADERSHIP PERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS
Manager’s role. Styles of management. Building authority.
Stages of team developement. Analysing one’s own project. Group roles, team roles.
Responding to change. Preparation for a successful change. Introducing change.
The ability to maintain high efficiency. Four sources of energy. Analyse of habits – change planning.
Ways of conflict solving. Conflict phases. Tools for efficient conflict solving.
Positive negotiations/ problematic negotiations. Preparing for negotiation and negotiation process scheme. Tools for negotiations.
Styles of negotiating. Negotiation techniques – opening, proper negotiations, closure. Manipulative techniques in negotiations – reconnaissance and defence.
PERSUASION AND EXARTING INFLUENCE
Language of persuasion. Meta-programmes. Rules of exarting influence. Innovation and creative thinking. Techniques for creative problem solving. Developing innovative way of thinking. Tools for creativity.