Logos is a rich, experiential programme designed to help people communicate more powerfully as leaders. Delegates will learn how to engage effectively with their organisations, understand themselves at a deeper level, grow in confidence at conducting high-impact conversations and create performance improvements back at work.
Character and Relationships
Every few years, we offer a programme, at a fraction of our usual price, to reach more people and enjoy the theatre and relationship opportunities of a large event. Last time it was Leadership and NLP.
This time, by popular demand, we are bringing you a rich two day event on Character and Relationships. We are lifting the lid on our most up to date thinking on Bioenergetics and Personality.
The programme will cover:
- Leadership styles
- Hidden mechanics of each personality type
- Keys to relaxing back the ego
- Holding difficult emotions
- Coaching approaches for different types of people
- Relationship containers
As challenging as some of the assertions are, bioenergetics is the training from which we receive the most powerful feedback. Many executives tell us how it saved their careers and/or gave them a framework to cope with the most difficult political cultures or turbulent personal seasons of their lives. It offers a fascinating lens on the world of human interaction.
Consistent with our strategy for sharing our content, it will cost only £450 so that most people can afford it and organisations can expose multiple leaders to the training.
The trainers are Jim McNeish and James McSporran.
To book your place, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
7 - 8 October 2019
in EdinburghView details about Character and Relationships: 7 – 8 October 2019
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This programme exposes delegates to new coaching techniques and provides insights into the layered landscape of the human psyche. It takes each person on their own journey, familiarising them with three levels of awareness as they explore their issues. This results in more meaningful coaching interventions. Attendees begin to recognise at which level their clients are experiencing a challenge. This allows them to apply the right coaching technique for the right level of thinking.
At the heart of Quaich is our obsession to understand and improve relationships. The core unit of culture in an organisation is the team. By identifying the forces of cohesion that hold a group together, revealing the dynamics between individuals and examining the relationship between the team and the culture of the organisation, we can dramatically improve performance.