TRAINING IN HUMANISTIC ACTION METHODS
CONNECTING MEMBERS OF A GROUP, A TEAM AND BUILDING FROM THERE…
PUTTING COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE INTO ACTION
For trainers, coaches, consultants, managers, HR professionals, group leaders, teachers, educators, social workers…
The ODeF Institute once again organize a training course on Action Methods and Sociodrama, with international speakers.
Three training options:
- a curriculum that certifies
- a non-certifying course
- separate seminars
Starting date: October 2019.
On request, all or part of this training can be organised for your students/professionals!
The most requested training courses
Each of the training activities below uses the methodology of J.L. Moreno and contains
- and practice
In this way, participants can directly transfer the learning into their professional activity… and gradually master them.
Action Methods for teams
LTeam facilitation skills are of paramount importance in the use of Methods of Action in institutions, companies or organizations.
To obtain these sine qua non bases for your students/professionals, please refer to the “Tailor-made training” page
Using the 6 levers of Action Methods
Identify the challenges of using J.L. Moreno’s method in companies, organizations and institutions. Understand how to introduce it step by step to the teams and use its 6 constituent levers to facilitate groups or teams including towards constructive change.
Embodying the role of facilitator in Action Methods
Establish on the one hand the four roles of the facilitator by his sine qua non way of being and on the other hand the three essential focal points of his facilitation.
Evaluate/Diagnose though action
Use the social atom, psychodramatic constellations (even in individual sessions), sociometry and other action techniques to assess the situation and prioritize it in a meaningful way.
Ensure the two last Phases : Putting into perspectives and closure
Creatively implement the 7 steps as well as the synthetic rounding up and closing of a session in order to maximize the transfer of learning into the daily professional life of a team.
Lead a TeamBuilding and facilitate the expression of the unspoken
Master the various cycles of the process that which facilitates the reduction of tensions in a team, up to the expression of what is unspoken (by the Delayed Dialogue) and to the restimulation of the team’s active co-construction
Facilitating Mediation through Action Methods
Enable protagonists, step by step, to actively move from conflict to dialogue and to the constructive use of resources, in order to co-develop realistic and applicable options that revitalize the team’s dynamics.
Methods Action in Individual Coaching
Introduce action in individual sessions
Identify the stakes of one-to-one Coaching when using action, facilitate step by step the client in the process of showing rather than talking, and use creative action techniques that maximize while remaining “simple”.
Facilitate the use of intermediate objects
Use (on a table or desk) the technique of the intermediate object by means of any object available. Help the client to appropriate and represent through intermediate objects the problem to be explored. Support him/her towards a resolution of the dynamics “opened up” by these incarnated objects.
Maximize the "empty chair"
Allow the client to tame the role reversal and gradually help him/her to take the various roles involved in his/her personal problem(s) in order to unravel their dynamics.
Represent the client's constellation of roles
Understand the characteristics and dynamics of internalized roles. Use the “social atom of roles in action” to identify and differentiate them. Listening to the client in his complexity and giving, through action, the voice to each of his roles.
Provide the meta role of "co-coach”
Facilitate the client to take on the role of Co-coach and develop a “non-pressure” adequacy between what he or she is experiencing (inside), the stakes of the situation in which he or she is in, and the options to be considered to resolve it..