3-Day non-residential training program and certification workshop
Led by trainers Kathryn Stanley, Ph.D. and Gillien Todd, JD, MEd
$ 2,150 USD - Includes certification fee, three one-hour coaching sessions, 4-6 Baseline Instruments
Making Change Happen is a unique program that equips leaders, clinicians, social workers, coaches, human resources and organization development professionals to get beneath the surface of deeply ingrained interpersonal behaviors to create positive change. It is open to those already using the concepts as well as those being introduced to them for the first time. Pioneered by family systems psychologist, Dr. David Kantor, the empirically based model of 'Structural Dynamics' deconstructs the hidden dynamics of group interaction. The course teaches participants how to understand and intervene on observable behaviors in the room – creating an opportunity to recognize and change unproductive patterns of communication.
By participating in this training program you will:
Take the Kantor Baseline Instrument (BI) which will provide an insight into your own behaviors in interpersonal situations
Learn how to address fundamental dilemmas of leadership and change stuck patterns of behavior within teams and whole organizations
Guide groups successfully through conflict using Kantor's 4-Player Model and dialogue practices learned in the workshop.
This course is accredited by the International Coaching Federation and accounts for 24.5 CCE credits.