Webinar: Positive Behavioural Change
LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT
Understanding of human behaviours, motivations and emotional intelligence is the first step to creating positive behaviour.
Challenging behaviours can sap our confidence, demotivate teams, and damage otherwise productive business relationships.
Whether it’s students, work colleagues, or peers in our network, we can positively shape the behaviour of others through awareness of our own interactions and responses.
In this interactive webinar, participants will learn more about human behaviours and how motivations can drive behaviour. They will also learn skills and strategies to promote positive behaviours. The emphasis is on understanding what prompts challenging behaviours and how to influence and promote long-lasting change.
Intermediate (Build on your existing Knowledge):
These sessions are aimed at practitioners that have specialised theoretical knowledge and practical experience of training and assessment. They employ a wide range of teaching and assessment methods and provide guidance and support to practitioners.
These sessions are for New to the Sector, Intermediate, Experienced Coordinator, Leader/Executive.
Separating the person from the behaviours
Understanding behaviours and how we create our reality
How to positively influence behavioural change in self and others
Recover valuable information
What’s in our control – what’s not
All webinar sessions are held online via BlackBoard Collaborate.
A clear understanding of human behaviours
Enhanced people skills to promote positive behaviours
Valuable insights into personal and social capabilities
Heightened confidence and self-awareness to successfully deal with challenging behaviours
Insights into emotional intelligence to assist with managing actions more effectively
Martin has been working within the Vocational Education and Training environment for more than 15 years. He specialises in making learning practical, fun and relevant to your work.
Email Organiser & Event Location
VDC Events Team
1300 917 150
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