Strengths-based Conversations: The Column Approach
1 hour /// Online or In-person
Learning about the strengths-based ‘column approach’ – a simple system to support you to explore tensions in your casework or with colleagues.
Get rid of the factor of feeling ‘stuck’ with this simple and practical approach.
When you externalise and visually map the challenges in your casework or supervision you free yourself from feeling as though your work is stressful and overwhelming.
Learn the process and use it for life. Apply it as an advanced tool in conversation and interactions without using a formal process of documentation. It will become ‘baked in’ to your approach with clients and unlock insights that can support your client with simplicity and ease.
A hallmark of any workshop with Bernadette Glass is the use of the Column Approach to explore and resolve tensions that naturally arise during our work and life, by recording and mapping the different aspects of the tension and our innate potential, in columns!
This webinar offers an opportunity to:
- learn about this practical and proven conversation method
- refresh your column approach and conversation skills
- use the column structure to support both the facilitator and the participant
- externalise the tensions that are present in our work
- connect the participant with their innate strengths and markers
- move forward with renewed sense of purpose and confidence
- take this conversational technique to any problem situation.
If you are booking for a team of 7 or more contact Bernadette for a discounted rate OR enquire about a specific facilitated Team Meeting Webinar just for your team.
Webinars are delivered throughout the year. If this webinar is currently being offered you can book here online:
No events currently on the calendar? This webinar can also be booked for your group or organisation by contacting Bernadette Glass & Associates on +61417 601 817.
A minimum of 4 participants is required.
The coaching I received over a few months allowed me to reframe issues and see them in a different light, allowing me to tackle them in a different way and gave me back a sense of control. I could understand how my lens influenced how I view things and therefore react to situations. This insight allowed me to have a wider range of strategies to deal with issues and being clear about what was and wasn’t acceptable behaviour in the workplace from staff members. The coaching meant that I went from feeling overwhelmed at work to feeling really positive about work.