Professional Style and Impact
Petros Training Programmes
The qualities and characteristics of turning a good manager into a great leader…
Aimed at managers and aspiring leaders in all sectors, this training focusses on the more personal elements of professional impact.
It considers the qualities and characteristics that turn good managers into great leaders by considering specific skills such as use of language, effective listening and presence in a crowd. It draws heavily on the resilience skills trained in The Challenge of Change training and is a highly interactive session.
The aims of the training:
- An understanding of the underpinning psychology of human interactions.
- A knowledge of how psychology influences professional conduct.
- The skills to improve and develop professional confidence.
- An understanding of the language of leadership and the impact of effective leadership skills.
The objectives, on completion you will:
- Have identified leadership qualities that you possess and those you would like to acquire.
- Be able to identify the risks and challenges presented by those qualities.
- Understand the five components of leadership based on the principles of the Challenge of Change.
- Have practiced your listening skills and be able to identify potential roadblocks to listening.
- Understand the difference between evaluation and observation and how the use of language demonstrates this difference.
- Understand the art of good feedback.
- Understand the principles of motivation and specific methods to motivate others.
Length of course: one day
If you would like to book this training, please get in touch.
When you walk into a room, lead a meeting, present a pitch, give feedback or just try and get your point across, do you understand your style and impact?
This training involves:
Small group exercises
For some of us, resilience comes naturally – we respond well to change, we adapt to circumstance and live happily. For others it proves much harder.
Imagine if you could learn resilience skills early…
Imagine how much heartache that could save?
“Children exhibit challenging behavior when the demands being placed upon them outstrip the skills they have to respond adaptively to those demands. The same can be said of all human beings.”
Dr. Ross Greene, founder and Director of Lives in the Balance (www.livesinthebalance.org), originator of Collaborative and Proactive Solutions™
Without understanding what is going on for your child, in other words what skills they are lacking, their challenging behaviour often leaves us and other adults in your child’s life confused, frustrated or just angry. And when grown ups feel that way, our go-to solutions usually involve “consequences”! Consequences that usually sound like:
“If you do that again, I will…”
“If you don’t stop doing that, I will…”
“If you don’t do as I say, I will…”
As any parent, or someone working with a challenging child knows, such responses rarely work and can actually make the problem worse.
Collaborative and Proactive Solutions™ (CPS) offers a radical, compassionate and highly effective alternative. It is a non-punitive, non-adversarial, collaborative skills building and relationship-enhancing intervention that works!
Petros Director Jo Clarke is currently the only Certified CPS Practitioner in the UK and can offer CPS coaching to parents, carers, and professionals, including: teachers, social workers, foster carers, youth workers and mental health workers who work with children with social, emotional and behavioural challenges.