TAMING TOXINS AND SPEAKING FROM THE HEART
SELF-AWARENESS AND STRATEGIES FOR COACHES
Toxic behaviours and/or the expression of really strong emotions are hard to handle. They tend to knock us off balance and temporarily rob us of our resources.
If the toxicity is directed at us, the impact may be even greater, leaving us struggling to manage our triggers and vulnerabilities whilst trying to put on a brave face and maintain our composure.
The ORSC tools most relevant to such situations are:
- the COIN feedback model (Context, Observation, Impact and Next)
- the Team Toxin Grid (Gottman’s Four Horses of the Apocalypse – Blame, Contempt, Defensiveness and Stonewalling) and
- the Designed Alliance (the no-blame stance)
Using these tools as a jumping off point, Jo McHale and David Evans invite you to dig even more deeply into the impact of toxic behaviours and how to manage them.
We will also draw on some key concepts from Nonviolent Communication and explore how they can help us to:
- self-regulate in challenging circumstances so that we can respond with empathy and care
- ground ourselves and reclaim our power
- enable clients to gain new insights into their own behaviours
Please join us for an evening that offers self-development for coaches plus powerful concepts that clients will find useful too.
Please arrive at 6.30pm for a prompt 7pm start.
The nominal fee of £10 is to pay for the room space
- Wed 9 November
- Tue 6 December - Xmas Social
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