Emotional Intelligence Level I and II

* Coaching: One of the most effective mechanisms for sustaining change is developing an alliance. This week you will experiment with peer coaching and learn the key structures required for successful coaching and peer coaching.

* Body Language / Empathy: You already know that the majority of communication is outside the text of the words. Do you know that reading body language is central to creating empathy?

* Schema / Patterns

* Improving Feedback: most people need far more feedback than they get — and in radically different ways

* Consequential Thinking: Perhaps the single most important attitude that we can develop is that “the buck stops here”. Learn why this principle accountability is central to success

* Change Mechanisms: We’ve all the experience of wanting to change something in ourselves or supporting someone else to do the same — but what specific mechanisms do you have to work? Do you “will” change to occur or plan for it?

* EQ Instructional Design: You know that Six Seconds training uses key elements of brain-based theory to develop powerful learning

If you are interested in taking this course contact YSAC or talk to your supervisor regarding your centres requirements for attendance.

Certified for continuing education credit through the Canadian Council for Professional certification (CCPC) and Indigenous Certification Board of Canada (ICBA)

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