The Dialogue Community of Practice offers Core Concepts training, where we focus on Dialogic Principles. Dialogue is an effective way to hold discussions and approach difficult situations in the workplace. It can help to get to the root of complex issues and allow people with differing opinions to think and work more effectively together.
The Dialogue approach can create a better understanding of perspectives. It requires individuals to know and share their own views clearly and importantly, understand and work with other people’s points of view. The balance struck can lead to new and innovative solutions being co-created. Dialogue and emotion are inextricably linked. Dialogue helps you notice reactive patterns and impact these have in the workplace allowing you to work more effectively with emotion.
We are excited to announce that Donata Caira will be facilitating two sets of Dialogue Core Concepts workshops during 2019/2020.
- Cohort 1: 17th December 2019 and 14th January 2020.
- Cohort 2: 6th February 2020 and 19th March 2020.
Both sets of workshops will take place at the Scottish Health Services Centre, Crewe Road South, Edinburgh, EH4 2LF.
Unfortunately, both cohorts are now full. To register your interest in potential extra future dates, please click here.
For further information please e-mail Mark Johnston (firstname.lastname@example.org ) or visit our website here.