Unlock Team Engagement Workshop
in ways that help them elevate trust!
This workshop is a sequel to the Engagement Is Key Team Workshop and provides a valuable follow on.
This six hour workshop provides connection, transformational shifts in thinking, new perspectives and a playful environment to reflect on your practices as individual early education professionals, as well as a whole team.
Revised National Quality Standards
We are here to assist you on your journey to meet the Revised National Quality Standards and in particular NQS Areas: QA: 4,5,6,7
Why should you book this workshop?
Your team enjoyed participating in the Engagement Is Key Team Workshop and created a powerful Team Engagement GAME Plan, however they are now struggling to build habits which enable them to embody the learning.
Your team are now ready to focus on their emotional health and design ways they can individually and as a team develop successful habits that they can implement on a daily basis.
Build emotional health awareness and it's impact on the children and families you work with.
The overall objective of this workshop is to strengthen your teams ability to read the 'critter state' signs and symptoms and create ways to respond to the busyness and everyday challenges that early education environments inevitably experience, whilst staying grounded.
Your team will learn to:
Look back before looking forward - review what shifts and changes have taken place
Understand how your body uniquely communicates with you, how it starts moving into a stress response and whole brain state
Gain knowledge about the impact of emotional contagion and how it impacts the way you work
Create habits that stick and create positive change in your emotional health
Create a Team Road Map Response Plan that will enable you to interpret the signs and create sustainable habits and rituals that support you and your team.
Latest neuroscience research
Gain insights into how to read the body & how it communicates with us
Immediately implement your learning
Create a Team Road Map Response Plan
About Your Facilitator
The program is led and facilitated by Conversational Intelligence Certified Coach and Training Facilitator Sarah Moore Director of Early Education Leadership.
Sarah specialises in human behaviour, the neuroscience of communication and self-leadership.
Sarah creates conversational spaces and helps teams to explore their world and talk through challenges and issues, whilst strengthening team dynamics.
“Sarah’s insight, delivery, engagement, dedication, vision and practical relatable research based content has a multitude of applications for both personal and professional application. All levels of our team are able to utilise aspect of this content. This learning has had an ongoing impact on our growth and service culture.”
- Lindy Farrant, Director.
How to participate
This six hour program is run four times a year or on demand when request by you or your institution.
Join the waiting list
If you want to participate in the next program add your details to the waiting list using the form below and we'll contact you when it's ready to join. Or head over to the contact page to request a workshop specific to your workplace.