Helping Staff to Look, Listen and Learn From Their Work: Relationship-Based and Reflective Practice
In this training, participants identify the characteristics of relationship-based workplaces and practical strategies for bringing them to life in their programs.
Relationships impact other relationships. This simple statement offers a powerful tool for program leaders seeking to handle the array of questions, surprises, and dilemmas that arise in a single day of working with very young children and their families. Creating relationships within which staff are supported to do their best thinking helps them to do the same with families. Parents receiving this kind of help from staff are better equipped to build nurturing relationships with their babies and toddlers. Participants identify the characteristics of relationship- based workplaces and practical strategies for bringing them to life in their programs.
What: 1-day workshop
Who: Program supervisors, directors, managers, coordinators
Other potential costs: Purchase of ZTT resources to supplement training content for each participant; photocopying handouts, trainers’ travel expenses; meeting space, recruitment and registration of participants. Note: Costs are subject to change.
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