Our Dialogix Model is based on equipping individuals, teams and whole organisations to be autonomous in leading their own behavioural change. This means that whilst we are primarily a consulting and coaching company, training is an integral part of all our work. We offer the programmes listed below as in-house training to equip people in their organisations. From time to time we also offer these programmes externally – see Open Programmes below.
We can equip you with the skills to read behaviour within your organisation and learn how to change behavioural patterns that will maximise personal and organisational performance. By understanding the source of dominant behavioural preferences – both day-to-day and when under pressure – you will gain command of your behaviour in a way which gives you an edge over others.
Explore how your own behavioural preferences affect how you show up and engage with others as well as developing the ability to read a room and understand the invisible structures driving observable behaviour.
Learn how to identify stuck behavioural patterns and design interventions to change unhelpful patterns of behaviour. Develop the ability to guide groups successfully through dialogue processes.
WORKING WITH BEHAVIOURS UNDER PRESSURE
Develop your understanding of what drives human behaviour in crisis and how to make sense of behaviours that emerge whilst individuals and teams are under pressure. Develop the ability to lower the stakes for yourself using core principles for managing reactivity.
READING REACTIVE BEHAVIOUR
Learn how to identify and read different ways in which reactivity can show up. Understand what part our individual ‘triggers’ play in creating the conditions for this behaviour to emerge.
DEVELOPING THE ABILITY TO LOWER THE STAKES
Learn the core principles for lowering the stakes both for yourself and with others. Be able to intervene in group settings when behavioural patterns lead to clash and levels of judgment are heightened.
GAUGING AN ORGANISATION’S MORAL COMPASS
Understand the importance of moral sensitivity and the mechanisms through which moral corruption can take place at an organisational level. Learn what steps to take when you identify those mechanisms within an organisation.
DARING TO LOOK AT THE CHILDHOOD STORY
Learn how to unearth and work effectively with the most formative experiences that underpin our most characteristic behaviour especially when we are under pressure. Enable profound behavioural change and eliminate involuntary shadow behaviour under stress.
IDENTIFIYING THE INTERNAL NARRATIVES
Understand the internal narratives that accompany the childhood story, how they are formed and the impact they have. Learn how to connect observable behaviours with components of the Story and internal narratives and know how to deconstruct and rebuild them.
GAINING COMMAND OF THE STORY & WRITING A NEW INTERNAL NARRATIVE
Know how to separate the voice of the child from the adult, designing skilful interventions which enable command of the old internal narratives, so that they no longer do harm to Self or others.
At times, we will come in from the field to the training arena and offer open programmes which are suitable for leaders and coaches who want to become adept at reading behavioural patterns and able to effect change in them. Our International Coaching Federation certified training will help you to understand your own natural behavioural tendencies and will support you in developing behavioural flexibility so that you are equipped for any environment.
Our current focus in our open programme series is on ‘Coaching the Childhood Story’. This is the training that accompanies Sarah’s book, ‘Where Did You Learn To Behave Like That?’
|Coaching The Childhood Story, UK||17 Sep - 21 Sep 2018||£2,950|| || |
|Coaching the Childhood Story, USA||5 Nov - 09 Nov 2018||$4,400|| || |
|Coaching the Childhood Story, UK||1 Apr - 05 Apr 2019||£2,950|| || |