Bespoke Resilience-based Training and Coaching
So what can we offer?
It all rather depends on what you’re looking for:
– Very practice-orientated with loads of tips
– Fun and real
– Lively and scholarly
– Participatory and hands on
– Motivational for weary workers at the end of a long day, or
– A combination of some of the above.
Short talks or snappy presentations, half, full or multi day workshops or longer-term courses can cover for example:
– An overview of resilience research – the evidence base
– Resilient Practice – using the Resilient Therapy frame with children & young people
– Understanding and applying resilience to specific work settings
– Thinking resiliently and cultivating a resilient mindset
– Strategies to build resilience with children families having tough times
– Working resiliently with young people living with ongoing difficulties
– Building practitioner and parent carer resilience
– Exploring experiences and gathering new skills to manage the demands of caring for children & young people
Our training programme is delivered by our team of trainers and expert partners who hold specialist knowledge or experience applying resilience to their parenting, practice or research work. For more information or general enquiries, contact us.
Bespoke Resilience-based Coaching
Coaching is an excellent way to help people think and to build resilience through supported problem solving.
Our resilience-based approach to coaching works from the Noble Truths in the Resilience Framework. This means helping people to think about their circumstances, accepting what is the reality, recognising and conserving the positive things, making a commitment to working on some other things that may not be so good and considering where and how to enlist additional support or information as required.
Coaching differs from supervision in that the purpose and content of a session belongs to and is decided by the coachee. The coach’s role is to facilitate thinking not to offer advice or to be an ‘expert’. This makes it asset based and empowering for the coachee.
Complete a contract with the coachee which:
– builds rapport
– clarifies the role of coach
– identifies the style of coaching the coachee would prefer
– sets accountability and confidentiality parameters
– agrees areas of primary focus.
There will also be a shortened coaching session.
Bespoke to the coachee but could include tools and activities to:
– help him/her to understand what kind of manager/ leader he/she is and how this might affect his/her work and working
– think through a particular problem or barrier to progress using a solution focused approach
– think through ways to build resilience in an individual, a team, an organisation or a system.
Who is this for?
– Anyone who is interested in exploring their life, work and challenges through a resilience lens.
– Commissioners, senior managers and strategic influencers who would like to build their own resilience or find out how approaching their work in this way can benefit organisations, services and whole communities.
For further information please contact [email protected]
We look forward to working with you!
Boingboing Training Courses – Find out more and book tickets
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