By the end of this workshop participants will be able to: > define maltreatment and list the four types of maltreatment > recognise indicators of each type of maltreatment > explain the impact of maltreatment and family violence on children and young people > identify ways to support a child or young person who has experienced maltreatment or family violence > demonstrate an appropriate response to a disclosure of abuse > Develop a plan to minimise repeated intergenerational maltreatment. This workshop is a partnership between Fostering Kids NZ and Child Youth and Family. These workshops are free and open primarily to anyone in New Zealand who is caring for someone else’s child not in the care of their birth parents. This includes agency caregivers, respite carers, and family/whānau caregivers who care for children unable to live with their birth parents. Limited places are also open to caregiver social workers and Non-Government Organisation (NGO) representatives that support carers Booking is essential and can be done at http://schedule.fosteringkids.net/schedule.php
Presenter: Cher Williscroft, Managing Director of Breakthrough Communication, Conflict Management Ltd
Cher lives in Nelson and has been teaching communication skills for 30 years. Cher has a background in HR and organisation development.
Communicating Clearly and Fairly in the Workplace
10 hour course over 5 Tuesday evenings (5.30 – 7.30 pm) – October/November 2017
Max 10 people – $195 for 5 sessions
To purchase your ticket, or for more information, please visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/communicating-clearly-and-fairly-in-the-workplace-5-tuesday-evenings-tickets-37587555390?aff=es2
You will learn to solve problems, agree on changes in behaviour, develop trust, and improve your workplace relationships by using Cher’s practical step-by-step method for having courageous conversations in real workplace problems.
Who would benefit:
This workshop is targeted to people working in small businesses who want to communicate better when dealing with staff, customers, partners, suppliers, shareholders, and directors.
- At the end of this 10 hour course, you can expect to:
- Have the ability and courage to engage in difficult conversations and navigate your way to a clear outcome.
- Communicate more effectively when faced with emotionally loaded and tricky situations, either one-to-one or in meetings.
- Develop a greater capacity to communicate so that your message is received as you intended.
- Keep a cool head under pressure, while others around you may be losing it. Learn not to be fazed by difficult questions.
- Drop judgements, assumptions, and generalisations and learn to listen carefully even if your mind is made up.
- Turn the lens on yourself and observe how you contribute with your habitual reactions when you are under pressure.
- Learn powerful communication tools that will always increase your influence and reduce defensiveness.
- Understand neurophysiology (threat and reward systems) and how the brain triggers unhelpful reactions.
Article type: Meetings and events
Start date: October 24, 2017
Start time: 5:30 PM
End Date: November 28, 2017
End Time: 7:30 PM
Contact Name: Cher Williscroft
Contact Phone: 03 545 2567 or 027 226 6408
Contact Email: [email protected]