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Are you truly in command of your behavior when the stakes are raised and pressure starts to build? Do you know what triggers this behvaior and what to do about it? Would you recognize when the stakes are raised in others and be able to work with that dynamic in teams?

Changing Behavior in High Stakes offers practitioners, coaches and facilitators the opportunity to look at what drives human behavior in crisis.

By deconstructing the structures that sit behind our reactions and reaching into the past to explore story and identity, it becomes possible to understand and change the disruptive patterns of behavior that can erupt without warning.

Our past story helps us to contextualize the present and it is through this tried and tested frame that we view the world. In crisis, our story explains our best and worst behavior; how we understand others and the clashes we are likely to encounter.

Using David Kantor's theory of structural dynamics, we explore the powerful yet invisible forces which drive our face-to-face interaction when the stakes are high.

This program offers a unique opportunity to fully understand high stakes behavior and how to manage it in individuals and teams.

Prerequisite: Entry level Making Change Happen program or DNA of Excellent Communication program.

By participating in this program you will:

  1. Have two (2) one-hour coaching sessions with one of the instructors: one session prior to the workshop and one session after the workshop.
  2. Learn to understand your own patterns of behavior and identify themes when the stakes rise.
  3. Understand yourself and others in relation to Kantor's concepts of herioc modes, structural imprints, and vocal signature.
  4. Learn to guide groups and coach individuals successfully through high stakes conflict using Kantor's theories using tools learned in the workshop.

Click to see the bios of the workshop facilitators: Kathryn Stanley, PhD and Tony Melville.











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