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Creating Powerful Relationships
Improve your influencing skills. Mike Cook

06/09/11

Overall objectives
Within organisations, relationships are of key importance. Our ability to create effective relationships is of enormous importance. These relationships lie at the heart of our ability to influence the organisation around us and to be seen as an effective member of the organisational“team”. This short programme uses approaches from Transactional Analysis to help the participants’ shape and develop these relationships. By the end of this programme participants will: • • • • • Understand how to assess their impact on others using the TA frameworks. Have techniques through which they can reflect and assess their own current ego state. Understand the triggers that shift them intounproductive ego states. Understand what is required for development in these areas. Understand how to improve a specific relationship.

Day 1
Setting the Scene By the end of this programme the participants will: • Be able to understand the impact of their behaviour on their key business relationships. • • Be aware of their ego state and its impact on these relationships. Have approaches toimprove their relationships and their ability to influence and work with others.

Development within organisations By the end of this session participants will: • Understand the scope and limits to personal development within an organisational framework

Who am I? Who are they? By the end of this session participants will: • Have a visceral understanding of how perceptions of self and others areshaped. Introducing the Ego states By the end of this session participants will: • Will understand the ego states. • Others perceptions of their ego state. • The nature and importance of transactions between different ego states Key relationships within my role, and my role in these. By the end of this session participants will: • Have reflected on the transactions and ego states at play within a keyrelationship. Key Traits and TA Drivers By the end of this session participants will: • Their key drivers and how they trigger ineffective transactions Relationships that I want to improve By the end of this session participants will: • Have established in what way they wish to change an existing relationship. • Who I wish to be in this relationship.

Creating an action research plan By theend of this session participants will: • Established how they will research this change.

Executing action research in the workplace By the end of this session participants will: • Explored what happens if they make a change.

Day 2
Check-in By the end of this programme the participants will: • Have discussed their progress in the 6 weeks Review of Day 1 Concepts By the end of this sessionparticipants will: • Have reprised Day 1 content Action Research results. By the end of this session participants will: • Discussed and explored the events that happened in their action research. What got in the way? By the end of this session participants will: • Formed an assessment of what happened and why. Discounts and Injunctions. By the end of this session participants will: • Understand thenature of discounts and injunctions and the impact on their behaviour.

The Drama Triangle. By the end of this session participants will: • Recognise what is a drama triangle and what is a win-win triangle • • Theory input Group exploration

Strokes and my personal balance sheet. By the end of this session participants will: • How to create valued relationships. Creating a development plan. Bythe end of this session participants will: • Have produced a new development plan Contracting for support. By the end of this session participants will: • Contracts with peers for ongoing support • Group discussion. • • The nature of habits Which can be changed and how • • Theory input Production of individual balance sheets.

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