January 2019 SAT 26 Jan – SUN 27 10:00 – 18:00
March 2019 SAT 9 10:00 – 18:00 SUN 10 10:00 – 18:00
A defining feature of being human is our need to relate. Understanding the range of different ways of relating, the different skills involved, can help us in the three main stages of Creating, Maintaining, and Developing relationships. Having a greater understanding of the deeper processes and skills involved will greatly enhance your ability to create, maintain, and develop your own relating and relationships and to help other people more effectively.
Through Developmental Behavioural Modelling (DBM®), we can identify in detail, the different types and ways of relating. By applying the formal DBM® models we can greatly improve our understanding, our natural relationship skills and our professional skills to help others relate more effectively.
DBM® offers many distinctions, models and useful skills to understand and effectively manage the development of relating and relationships. This workshop has been created by John McWhirter through his DBM® methodology to be useful for both beginners in DBM® and previous students of DBM®
In this workshop, as a participant you will:
- Explore the range and variety of relationship and relating.
- Extend your knowledge of relationships and their skill in relating.
- Identify the structure and function of different types of relationship and relating.
- Identify the different reasons and values in relating and relationships, and how to create more value.
- Extend your knowledge and skill in Creating Relating and Relationships
- Extend your knowledge and skill in Maintaining and optimising Relating and Relationships
- Extend your knowledge and skill in Developing Relating and Relationships Understand the strengths and weaknesses of different ways of relating, and different kinds of relationship.
- Understand the strengths and weaknesses of different stages in relating and relationship.
- Learn a range of the most common difficulties in relating and relationships, and specific ways of resolving them.
- Learn how to identify relationship problems and how to solve them.
- Learn how to develop new ways of effectively relating in new situations.
Venue: Sensory Systems, 162 Queens Drive, Glasgow, Scotland, U.K. G42 8QN
Hours: 10.00 am – 6.00 pm
Training Fee: £450 plus vat, (Sensory Systems Graduates £400 plus vat)
Coffee, Tea, Biscuits, and fruit available through-out the day
Direct Bank Payment:
Sensory Systems Bank Details:
Name: Sensory Systems Ltd
Bank Details: Royal Bank of Scotland
Bank Address: Glasgow City Branch, 10 Gordon Street, Glasgow G1 3PL
Sort Code: 83 07 06 Account Number: 00690026
BIC RBOS GB 2L IBAN GB77 RBOS 8307 0600 6900 26
Contact: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 00441414244177