The open and hidden psychological games in groups. Learn about how you communicate most effectively in and with groups.
Something special happens when we say something to a group. Some feel their heartbeats galloping. Others hear themselves say something other than what they intended to say. The larger the group – the greater the impact.
What happens in a group? Which alliances are there? Is there consistency between what we say and what we do?
What happens in the group during changes:
Emotions of human beings are conservative. We always tend to compare with “what once was”. What else are we supposed to do? But at the same time we are also tortured by too much habit and monotony. This human dilemma is particularly challenged if we change workplace or changes happens with our old assignments or colleagues.
We all react differently to change, but it is certain that our behaviour is affected: Some react by optimism and smile, others with uncertainty, scepticism and rejection.
The course thoroughly examines what we need to be aware of.
The tools are a series of action competencies that can prevent stress, bullying and other collaborative conflicts.
- Managers and employees who want to learn more about what happens in the groups they are a part of and work together with.
- The entire staff group who wants to do something good for each other
- What are changes and how do we perceive them?
- Changes and crises in groups
- Communication in groups. The open and the hidden psychological games. What does it do us? What can we do?
- How do we create a new common culture?
- Conflicts in groups
- My role in the group
- Group Role Test
The individual in the group:
- Working with own resistance
- Dealing with conflicts and reframing
- Signals of stress and burnout
The Group in the individual:
- Bullying as a symptom of poor communication
- Bullying as a valve for anxiety
- The invisible pain