Workshops have different scope. In general terms, they aim to provide participants with the skills to comprehend, recognize and constructively direct emotions.
Participants learn how to become aware and familiar with their feelings and manage them in positive ways.
Insight and practices are provided to review personal values and goals. We work on the criteria we use to make our core decisions, together with the skills to improve our understanding and validation of other people’s emotions.
Workshops are normally structured with an initial overview of the subject, followed by practices.
We promote an interactive approach, focused on dialogue and sharing emotions, to help every participant reach her own responses.
Workshops aim at raising and building capacities to:
• Understanding the functioning of the mind and emotions
• Becoming familiar with one’s feelings and emotional patterns
• Taking full responsibility for one’s emotions and actions
• Developing inner focus and a positive mental attitude
• Redirecting emotions, thoughts and actions towards positive goals
• Identifying and reviewing personal values, attitude and purpose
• Improving listening and communication skills
• Developing empathy
• Managing positively interpersonal conflicts
Understanding and getting familiar with emotions.
1. Emotions’, meanings & mind functioning.
2. Skills to become aware of one’s emotions.
Taking responsibility for emotions, redirecting behaviour, making aware decisions.
1. Locus control: responsibility for feelings vs. outside blaming.
2. Skills for self-management.
3. Reviewing personal values and attitude.
4. Developing decision-making, goal setting mindset.
Empathy and Social skills.
Empathising, respecting others’ feelings, developing communication skills.
1. Validating emotions.
2. Expressing feelings right: no-injury “I-statements”.
3. Active listening.
4. Building and maintaining rapport.
5. Providing feedback.
Managing conflicts to build rapport.
1. Understanding the emotional root of conflicts.
2. Clarifying the aims of conflicts’ management.
3. Win-win conflict resolution techniques.