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I provide In-house training for organisations in the public and private sectors. You can choose when and where to hold the workshop, and decide how many people you want to attend. This makes it a cost effective training option.

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My titles include:

  • Mindfulness in Your Work View
  • Resilience and Personal Performance View
  • How to Avoid Accusations of Workplace Bullying View.
  • Appraisal skills for managers View.
  • How to Deal with Difficult Employees View.
  • How to Handle Difficult People View.
  • Conflict Resolution at Work View.
  • Change, Reorganisation and Role-change View.
  • Effective Thinking for Managers View
  • Bullying Awareness – a one day workshop for managers View.
  • Bullying Awareness – a one day workshop for staff View.
  • Mediation Skills for Managers View
  • Courageous Conversations – how to handle sensitive issues View.
  • How to Prepare for Redundancy and Change
  • Resilience and Personal Performance View
  • How to Resolve Conflict and Disputes View
  • Solution Focused Conflict Resolution View.
  • Responsive Management and Stress Awareness View.
  • Stress Awareness and Avoiding Burnout View.
  • Time Management – an alternative approach View
  • Dialogue in Action View.

Titles for the helping professions

  • Solution Focused Brief Therapy – Introduction View
  • Solution Focused Brief Therapy – Intermediate View
  • Solution Focused Brief Therapy – Advanced View
  • Solution Focused Anger Management View
  • SF Working for the Helping Professions View
  • Solution Focused Mediation View
  • Single session therapy View
  • The Language of Care View.
  • Avoiding Burnout and Compassion Fatigue View.
  • Developing Artistry in Practice (with Macarena Mata)
  • Caring for the carer; professional resilience View.
  • Words that work View

Contact

Email: Barry Winbot

Please note:

This site is in constant development and links to some titles may yet need to be added. Please email me if you would like more information on any of these titles.

 

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Keeping an Open Mind

Open mind good – closed mind bad; it is implied if not actually said.

The trouble is that even when the mind is open there is a sort of glass door just behind the opening that filters what comes in.

It’s no good having and open mind if it is only ‘open’ to what yo want to hear.

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