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  • The change makers toolkit guides you through a series of steps that help to identify each of the key components of the change management process.  
  • Managing classical difficult behaviours

    This resource guide you through difficult behaviours to enhance your understanding of the intent of the behaviour  at the end of each case study you will find tips and techniques to guide you when managing the behaviours. Take a look at: Your relationship with conflict
  • Both coaching and mentoring are processes that enable individuals to achieve their full potential. Both interventions share many key skills and similarities and yet they are different processes so it makes sense to outline those similarities and recognise the differences. This helps to ensure that expectations of coaches and mentors and those that they support are clear.      
  • What is your relationship with conflict? Conflict, it's highly probable! We all bring different ideas, goals, values, beliefs and needs to teams. These differences are a primary strength. However, the same differences inevitably lead to conflict. This free resource will help you to understand your relationship with conflict. You will identify your dominant conflict management style. With heightened self awareness you will know how to intentionally select a response that enables dialogue. Take a look at this product - Exploring Conflict Competence  
  • Mentor Me

    £750.00
    Mentor me is our mentoring support service for business leaders. Running a business and leading others can be a lonely task, many people benefit from time out and the guidance of an experienced mentor. A mentor will encourage and support you to make the most of yourself and your business. The greatest value is often in taking a step back and seeing your business through someone else’s eyes. From my own experience. I know how useful it can be to share and learn from the experience of somebody who has been there before you.  

  • This Coaching Curiosity activity is packed with over 100 questions you can use immediately  to enable you to prepare for your coaching session. Being well prepared you will demonstrate interest and curiosity and appropriately explore issues during a coaching session. Check out:  Coaching models from GROW to ACHIEVE
  • Exploring Conflict Competence

    We use this Exploring Conflict Competence case study as an  introduction to our respond to conflict with confidence  training course. the resource contains a case study, and a description of conflict management competencies. In addition it contains a team conflict competence model for constructive conversations. Once upon a time a shepherd was on his way to his home in Shepherds Bush. Coming to a meadow he saw three men standing there, crying. So he stopped and asked, “My children, what is the matter?” And they answered, “Our father just passed away, and we loved him so much.” “But,” said the shepherd, “I am sure he loved you too, and no doubt he has left something behind for you?” The three men answered, “Yes, he did indeed. He left behind sheep. And in his will it is stated 1/2 to the eldest son, 1/3 to the second and 1/9 to the youngest. We love sheep, we agree with the parts to each. But there is a conflict: he left behind 17 sheep and we have been to school, we know that 17 is a prime number. We cannot divide them.”
  • The we fix broken people decision making activity takes place in The “We Fix Broken People Hospital" in Bodge, who are the proud recipient of a new kidney dialysis machine. The machine is a technological miracle, a godsend to those with kidney disease it prolongues the life of those suffering from otherwise terminal cases of kidney disease. The machine functions just as a healthy human kidney would. By being hooked up to the machine for twenty four hours a week, patients are less likely to die of their kidney complaint than from some other ailment, unconnected with their kidney disorder. Recognising bias in decision making can help us to avoid them. We all take mental shortcuts which help us reach quick judgements when we have little time which can result in flawed decisions and result in bias. This team activity enables consensus decision making and provides a platform from which to explore bias
  • Spectrain's Six Thinking Hats guide comes complete with a case study containing illustrative examples of the approach in use and a worksheet to enable you to use this fabulous six thinking hats problem solving tool at your next event. We use this during managing meetings and problem solving programmes  
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