TAILOR-MADE TRAINING COURSES

To target what is important

 

Skills development: an engine for growth.

 

 

The most requested

training courses

Each of the training activities below uses the methodology of J.L. Moreno and contains

  • theory,
  • exercises,
  • and practice.

In this way, participants can directly transfer the learning into their professional activity… and gradually master them.

MASTER THE DYNAMICS OF A TEAM

…to promote cohesion and action

  • Identify and effectively use the development stages of your team
  • Combine individual and collective needs with flexibility and firmness
  • Be proactive in providing sine qua non bi-focal support to your team (i.e. operational and relational)
  • Co-construct “The Best Practices of your team”

TAKE CARE OF THE IMPORTANT (THE TEAM) ON A DAILY BASIS

…to combine the well-being and efficiency of the team

  • Establish the 10 main rituals that contribute to well-being and cohesion
  • Know how to identify the temperature in the team (both individually and collectively)
  • Use creative and effective responses to indicators of well-being and discomfort
  • Co-develop a culture of communication and efficiency

RUN CONSTRUCTIVE TEAM MEETINGS

…to prevent difficulties and ensure growth

  • Establish meaningful leadership in team meetings
  • Take on the 5 fundamental roles of managing a meeting
  • Diversify and combine the 5 main functions of a meeting
  • Develop a constructive balance of the various types of team meetings
  • Ensure the effectiveness of minutes and meeting follow-ups

RUN TEAM MAINTENANCE MEETINGS

…to step back together and address substantive issues

  • Consolidate the good individual and collective functioning
  • Improve what needs to be improved
  • Prevent or deal with difficult issues
  • Develop new ways of being and doing
  • Revitalize relational, operational and sometimes strategic effectiveness.

See short article (in French only): “What if we dealt with what is not urgent but important: the team!”

USE EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

…to strengthen professional relationships

  • Determine what our emotions and those of others are, their functions and the internal movements they can produce
  • Tame our emotions by taking them into account and mastering them
  • Manage emotions with ease in one’s professional life.

STIMULATE COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE

…to benefit together from more than the sum of the intelligences

  • Co-develop from the Multiple Intelligence of each and everyone
  • Involve and federate around a desired movement/change
  • Facilitate group creativity in the search for options
  • Produce a collective efficiency greater than the sum of individual efficiencies

GIVE FEEDBACK - EVEN DIFFICULT ONES

…to build and grow together

  • Ensure the admissibility of difficult feedback
  • Give feedback, restore, express in a nourishing way
  • Implement the 4 phases of feedback (from Preparation to follow up)

FACILITATE TEAM CHANGES

…to remain positive and meaningful (even in the follow-up)

  • Analyze and support the 3 phases of change
  • Establish the roles of facilitator and change agent
  • Take into account reservations about the change(s) and the shifting balances at play in the process

MANAGE DIFFICULT PERSONALITIES

…to ensure effective collaboration

  • Identify indicators of difficulty
  • Use the 4 relational axes
  • Clarify and provide constructive guidance
  • Mastering do’s and don’t

TRANSFORMING DIFFICULT INTERACTIONS

…to prevent and manage tensions

  • Identify the components of complex and conflicting issues
  • Understand the current relational dynamics, and position yourself
  • Implement and adjust differentiated prevention and transformation strategies

The dynamic and integrative method used

The Action Methods promote an interactive and stimulating safe space enabling everyone to develop through Collective Intelligence. Through action, they make it possible to express, experiment, exercise ways of being and doing. Thus each and everyone can more easily develop reflection, evaluate possibilities and produce the desired learning of skills that are directly transferable to practice.