What makes you tick – and everyone else around you?
Eric Berne was the founder of Transactional Analysis. He developed his ‘parent adult child’ model of how we communicate and relate to each other in the 1960s and 70s and it has become an important part of modern psychology and more recent developments such as NLP. In this workshop, facilitators, Jonathan Norman of the Major Projects Association and Mike Clayton of OnlinePMCourses.com will explain the basic model and then use three activities to help you grow your self-awareness and your interpersonal skills:
Hear the voice inside your head
If you understand the basis of the life scripts that run in your unconscious, you can alter them to change your perception and behaviour
Gunfight at the OK Corral
The positive or destructive stances you take in response to a series of essential values you perceive in yourself or others lead you to behave in ways that are healthy, depressive, futile or even paranoid
Discounting involves more than just money
We all do it, we unconsciously ignore information that is relevant to the solution of a problem. Understanding this response is a key to unlocking unconscious bias.
We’ll close the workshop with a discussion on how best these techniques can be applied in the context of major projects.