Motivational Interviewing (MI)



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Motivating clients – inspirational and creative techniques

New one-day skills training event
Tuesday 9 July - Manchester

Thursday 19 September – London

Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?”
(Mary Oliver)
The possession of a positive mindset is critical for effective career management and yet many clients struggle with confidence, fear and ambivalence. In this one day master class we will explore the theory of motivation and experiment with a range of motivational techniques for use with clients of all ages and life situations.
The programme is designed for both qualified, experienced practitioners as well as those undertaking the QCF level 6 unit in career theory as it addresses the learning outcome ‘Understand theories of motivation and their application’.

Aim

To explore a range of creative and inspirational techniques for use with clients and customers of all ages who struggle with motivation.


Target audience

Anyone working in the career development sector



Overview of the day
9.30 Registration and refreshments
10.00 Welcome and introductions
Theories of motivation including Schein’s career anchors, Herzberg’s motivators, critique of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, The Wheel of Change
Digging for inspiration - Transformational coaching. Using metaphor and imagery
11.30 Break
11.45 Working with mindset – spotting thinking traps, principles of motivational work, meaning and sense making (constructivism and narrative).
Introduction to Cognitive Behavioural Coaching, Brief Solution Focused Coaching,
NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) – the screen technique
1.00 Lunch


    1. Introduction to Motivational Interviewing

2.30 Visioning – integrating Solution Focused, Cognitive Behavioural. NLP and Motivational Interviewing Approaches


Practical sessions – putting into practice all that you have learned
4.00 Finish

Trainer biography

Liane is a consultant with 20 years experience in the career guidance field as a practitioner, QCG lecturer at two universities and freelance consultant. She has an excellent reputation as a trainer with particular areas of expertise in career theory, advanced career coaching, ethical and reflective practice and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems. She has designed and delivered training throughout the UK for a wide range of guidance providers, and produced the guidance model and quality standards for Wales.


Liane is author of Let’s Talk Guidance, a DVD and learning resource on Career guidance and coaching and has published articles on Career theory, the role of faith in career decision making and Planned Happenstance.

Booking information
Please book at http://www.icg-uk.org/Skills-Training-Events
Members: £135 + VAT Non-members welcome: £185 + VAT

Student Members: £60 + VAT (places limited to 3)


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