STEPS 4 FUTURE
leadership transformation training
from drama to transformation and co-creation
TRAINING COURSE Ii
Slovakia, Oravská Lesná
27.06. - 02.07.2022.
- This training will lead you to go from the drama in teams into inventive, resilient and innovative relationships -
THE MAIN INFORMATION OF THE TRAINING COURSE
Summary of the training
tHE MAIN OBJECTIVE
What you get specific from this training?
Practical tools to recognize personal triggers in everyday dramas and how to shift into more empowering ways of relating to co-workers, others and themselves;
This training consists from 8 units:
UNIT 1: WHAT’S THE COST OF DRAMA?
Students will receive an overview of the cost of drama in their lives both at work and at home. They will then define what drama means to them and dive into a high-level overview of the course objectives.
UNIT 2: FOCUS - FISBE INTRODUCTION
After completing Unit 1, participants will take a closer look at the 3 Vital Questions and dive intoQuestion #1: Where are you putting your focus? Learners will discover the importance of FISBE— Focus, Inner State and Behavior—as an “internal operating system,” in which their focus produces inner state that drives behavior.
UNIT 3: THE TWO MINDSETS
The learner is introduced to 2 basic operating mindsets, the FISBE of both orientations and the important differences between them. The learner increases their awareness of their own mindset when confronted with different challenges.
UNIT 4: FACING LIFE'S DRAMA'S
Next, participants will explore Vital Question #2: How are you relating? They will gain insight into the Dreaded Drama Triangle (DDT) and the roles of Victim, Persecutor and Challenger. Unit 4 will end with the learners assessing their own default roles in drama situations.
UNIT 5: LIBERATING WORKPLACE DRAMA - INTRODUCING TED
Learners will receive an introduction to The Empowerment Dynamic and learn about the three distinct roles involved in this dynamic - Creator, Challenger and Coach. They will learn how each of these roles are the “antidote” to the corresponding toxic Dreaded Drama Triangle roles. Students will be able to connect the TED* roles to organizational and personal effectiveness and resilience.
UNIT 6: MAKING SHIFTS HAPPEN
Unit 6 is where we will help students learn ways in which they can catch themselves in the DDT roles and consciously make the shift into the resourceful, resilient and innovative roles of TED*. They will then learn how to look at drama in a new light and consider how they might change their response to challenging situations and co-create outcomes with others.
UNIT 7: THE MAGIC OF DYNAMIC TENSION
It’s time to address the Vital Question #3: What actions are you taking? Students will be able to explore the concepts of dynamic tension and the power of Baby Steps to creating outcomes and making decisions. In this Unit they will be equipped with a simple action planning structure to help move them closer to what they want to create.
UNIT 8: EMBRACE THE JOURNEY - WHAT ACTIONS WILL YOU TAKE?
Unit 8 will contain an overall summary of what students have learned and how they can apply the principles from The 3 Vital Questions into their everyday lives (both at work and at home). We will also guide learners towards holding themselves accountable for their own actions.
meet the trainer
"If you don’t become true you at your best, who will?"
Certified leadership coach and trainer, architect of development projects for leadership and culture. Managing Director of the d'Atelier.
20 years in international projects for corporations, transformation in education. Master trainer.
Expertise and passion for:
Building creative communities;
Human leadership and teams;
Strategic Creative Workshops (Transformational Brainstorming);
Personal development, talent development.
References: Volkswagen, Google, Orange, Association of Catholic Schools of Slovakia, Deutsche Shule, Slovak Catholic Charity, Lyreco, Plastic Omnium.
Who can participate?
Partners of the project
Country / Organization / Contacts of organisations / Number of participants
Slovakia / V.I.A.C. - Institut pre podporu a rozvoj mladeze / firstname.lastname@example.org / 8
Czech Republic / Plan B, z.s. / email@example.com / 3
Greece / Praxis / firstname.lastname@example.org / 3
Latvia / Radi Vidi Pats / email@example.com / 3
Italy / Associazione culturale Volere Volare / firstname.lastname@example.org / 4
Lithuania / Ateitininku federacija / email@example.com / 3
Air tickets and tickets to the venue are provided by the partner organizations independently, our organisation will then reimburse the cost of their purchase. Participants will receive information about the venue and how to get to the venue well in advance.
Amount of money for traveling
Country / Organization / Max amount of money for travelling
Slovakia / V.I.A.C. - Institut pre podporu a rozvoj mladeze / 20 €
Czech Republic / Plan B, z.s. / 180 €
Greece / Praxis / 275 €
Latvia / Radi Vidi Pats / 275 €
Italy / Associazione culturale Volere Volare / 275 €
Lithuania / Ateitininku federacija / 275 €
To receive reimbursement of travel expenses (plane/bus/train) we need you to deliver us following documents:
Beakfast, lunch, dinner and coffee breaks are all included. Also individual eating habits of participants will be taken into account, but don't be afraid to try Slovak traditionals!
How to arrive?
First of all you need to arrive on 26th of June, but depart on 3rd of July. And we recommend two options:
Check bus timetables before planning a route!
First bus in Sunday goes at 8.40, but last at 20.40. Both go trough Lokca, but there is one direct at 14.16.
More transport can be found in the button below.