The workshops are not lectures. They take the form of an open discussion forum to help facilitate ideas and develop strategies to improve the ways people communicate and work with each other. The overriding aim of the workshops is to stimulate thought about how interact interact as a route to reducing misunderstanding and conflict and improving co-operation and productivity.
Attendees are encouraged to recount their personal experiences and anecdotes which are used as a starting point for the discussion. Such an approach ensures that authentic scenarios and case histories relevant to all participants are worked on.
The workshop structure is flexible to allow spontaneous discussion of topics as they arise. As there is a need to see how things fit together, both in relation to each other and in the wider picture, issues are explored from a wide variety of perspectives.
All attendees are polled before the workshop to determine their specific areas of interest. This ensures that the workshop covers the areas that are most beneficial to each person.
The examples discussed can vary depending on the specific needs and desires of the group. If the group desires, individual personal examples can be prepared and used and this ensures the workshop content is fully relevant to the needs of the attendees.
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