Resilience Coaching

Course ID ZH2019_COACH

  • Inhouse
  • 2.5 CPD POINTS

The coaching process builds a personalized resilience plan working with the concepts of “Positive Psychology”. Positive psychology focuses on the positive aspects of significant events. We build upon the individuals’ strengths and challenge negative self-talk/beliefs.

Price

Price including GST $1,144.25

Dates

Start date:

01 January 2019

End date:

31 December 2019

About This Course

Outline

Resilience Coaching assists with developing and sustaining resilience. The coaching works with the following concepts:

  • Optimism – Holding negative beliefs is a barrier to overcoming difficulties; optimists put negative events behind them and look to the positive aspects.
  • Adaptability – The most important aspect of resilience, how easily we adapt to a changing environment.
  • Thoughts, attitudes and beliefs – the most important aspect of communication, how we perceive something may influence our reaction to an event.
  • Self-awareness – Those who are more self-aware have a greater ability to predict how they will behave in any situation.
  • Self-control – People with poor self-control tend to work impulsively and later regret their hasty decision.
  • Empathy – The awareness of others is important for reducing stress during communications.
  • Positive emotions – Turning negative thoughts into positive thoughts reduces stress.
  • Sociability – People who are competent at socialisation are more likely to develop awareness of others.

The coaching process builds a personalized resilience plan working with the concepts of “Positive Psychology”. Positive psychology focuses on the positive aspects of significant events. We build upon the individuals’ strengths and challenge negative self-talk/beliefs.

  • The first session involves a “Personal Stock Take” looking at physical, emotional and cognitive resilience and tailored to the unique requirements of each client.
  • The following two sessions will focus on areas that deliver a real and significant impact by building an achievable plan with ongoing sustainable goals.

Presenter

Steven Colligan

Steven is a registered psychotherapist and organisational development specialist with over 20 years’ experience.

Steven specialises in:

  • Capability building
  • Business Transformation
  • Change Leadership
  • Human Resources Transformation

Jane Tuson 

A registered psychotherapist has worked in both the private and public sector. Jane specialises in resilience training, personal development, and interpersonal / relationship management.

More Information

For general course queries or other general assistance please

Phone: 09 300 3151

Freephone: 0800 COLLAW (265529)

Fax: 09 300 3153

Email: enquiries@collaw.ac.nz

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