Personal leadership and communication empowerment
In this training, you work on both your intrapersonal and interpersonal skills. You work on your personal leadership and acquire more insight into your convictions, emotions and behaviour patterns. These insights help you embark on relationships with others more easily.
Confidence grows through openness, and the willingness to work together increases. This is the basis for interpersonal skills. These are focused on clearly and respectfully saying what you want, without being forceful and provoking opposition. You learn how to clearly state your boundaries. How to really listen, respond to the other person's needs whilst focusing on your
own goal. You get less irritated, you express yourself more and you give feedback more easily. You have fewer conflicts with others and you can divert opposition.
In this training, you work on these skills in an experience-oriented way. You will be challenged by surprising, exciting and sometimes unusual exercises, learning the effect of your actions in the moment.
• Insight into your personal communication style and into the communication of others
• Stay successful in stress situations and also feel successful
• Effectively manage negative experiences relating to certain events
• Get what you want done easily and without much resistance
• Identify ingrained convictions and reconsider them
• Recognise reaction patterns and use them
• Provide and request the right information fast and efficiently
• Deal with 'nuisances'
9, 10 March, 20, 21 April 2020
|Times:||9.00 - 17.00|
|Location:||De Vijverschie, Schipluiden|
We identify two different types of skills:
1. Intrapersonal skills
These are skills to improve your awareness and personal strength. We also call this
personal empowerment. In this training, you learn how you can influence
your own attitude. How you can harness and awake talents you have in you to
make you more effective in situations you find difficult. You discover your capacity to accept and let go. You
learn how to reduce stress and how you can react more from inside yourself and your own core.
2. Interpersonal skills
These are skills that promote relationships. If you react more from inside yourself, you notice that
it also becomes easier to embark on relationships with others. Confidence grows through openness,
and the willingness to work together increases. This is the basis for interpersonal
skills. These are focused on clearly and respectfully saying what you want, without
being forceful and provoking opposition. You learn how to clearly state your boundaries. How to really
listen, and respond to the other person's needs whilst focusing on your
own goal. You get less irritated, you express yourself more, you give feedback more easily. You have far
fewer conflicts with others, and you can divert opposition. You convince others
more easily. You save time and you feel better.
To effectively apply skills, you first need awareness. What happens in me
and why? And how does this influence my behaviour? We use the Belly-Head-Heart
model for this. By belly, we mean the physical aspect. Your body plays an important role in
communication. We call this non-verbal communication. It tells you something about what you feel and what
you think. These are unconscious signals that the other person picks up. You learn how to consciously use your non-verbal
communication to achieve results together.
By head we mean the mental aspect. Your behaviour is based on convictions that are
in turn related to underlying values. Recognising these thought patterns can
help you explore them. Are they true? Do you want to continue believing that? How do you free yourself from
old limiting beliefs? How do you free yourself from self-criticism? How do you free yourself from doubt? How do you
free yourself from thoughts that make you uncertain?
By heart we mean emotions. You learn to strengthen your positive emotions and
explore your negative emotions so that you can give your emotions the place that serves you.
You also learn how to deal with the emotions of others.
1. Pragmatic. Your life, your themes, your goals are key. It's not about great
theories. It's about applying what you've learned in your life. So: from
realisation to updating!
2. Learning by experiencing. We take an experience-oriented approach. You learn by doing. You will be challenged
by surprising, exciting and sometimes unusual exercises, learning
the effect of your actions in the moment.
Personal effectiveness: self-reflection, stress management, flexibility in actions
Realisation & Evaluation: Results orientation
The training will be held by Sanne van den Bergh and Freek de Lang of Sol Y Luna.
The training is intended for both support and management staff and academic staff.