Our Workshops

01.

Stress and anxiety are a part of our lives today. We live in a Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous (VUCA) World and it is impossible to avoid stress or not get anxious. How much stress a person goes through and how she deals with it has direct impact on mental as well as physical health.

Stress is what we experience internally in response to a situation we find hard to deal with. Most of us handle routine stress readily. In other words, we are able to "Handle the situation". We can resolve the situation and dissipate the tension. What is stressful for one person, however, may or may not be for another, therefore, it may be counterproductive to tell someone not to worry about a situation if you do not consider the same situation as stressful. We all respond to situations differently; it is part of being Human.

Anxiety is a signal that we are under stress. If this feeling keeps recurring, stress is not being dealt with effectively. 

In this workshop we will cover the following topics:

  1. Understanding Stress and Anxiety 

  2. Identifying common sources and symptoms of stress

  3. Differentiating between Good Stress and Bad Stress

  4. Stress releases and Safety Valves

  5. Stress Charting to Monitor stress

  6. Strategies for Managing stress

02.

Anger is a result of disappointment, this can be in self, others or even situations. We tend expect the best out of situations and people. Grief is our inability to accept the reality. As you can see these two are interrelated. We believe if a person has the right expectations from self, others and situations she will be able to effectively manage anger and also come out of grief quickly.

In this workshop we will cover:

  1. Understanding the difference between an Optimist, Realist and Pessimist

  2. Listing and analysing expectations from self, others and situations

  3. Understanding the "Five Stages of Grief" by Elizabeth Kubler Ross​

  4. Acknowledging the Shadow Archetype by Carl Gustav Yung

  5. Practicing Urge Surfing and Emotional resilliance

03.

An interpersonal relationship is a strong, deep, or close association or acquaintance between two or more people that may range in duration from brief to enduring. This association may be based on inference, love, solidarity, support, regular business interactions, or some other type of social commitment.

 

Interpersonal relationships thrive through equitable and reciprocal compromise, they are formed in the context of social, cultural and other influences. The context can vary from family or kinship relations, friendship, marriage, relations with associates, work, clubs, neighbourhoods, and places of worship. 

In this workshop we will cover:

  1. Understanding different Archetypes

  2. Realistic and unrealistic expectations from others

  3. Universal Human needs

  4. Mindful Listening and Speaking

  5. Identifying and breaking negative patterns (SHUTLs)

04.

The effectiveness of a leader depends on self-awareness. The more self aware a leader is, the more strength wisdom and compassion she will have and more inspiring she will become to the people she leads. Mindfulness is the key that unlocks self-awareness, enabling the leaders to reach their full potential and to lead their teams and organisation to new heights.

In this workshop we will learn:

  1. The art of Persuasive Communication

  2. To be open to new ideas by practicing "The beginner's Mind"

  3. To improve Interpersonal Relationships by mindfully controlling conscious and unconscious biases

  4. To manage emotional reactions of self and others

  5. To take accountability of Self, Team and the Organisation through prudent decision making

  6. To develop confidence and courage to deal with the most difficult situations

  7. To manage conflicts by promoting and conducting difficult conversations mindfully

  8. To come up with creative and innovative solutions 

05.

Negotiation is inherent in any human interaction. It is an everyday vehicle for interpersonal interactions (Fulmer & Barry, 2004). We negotiate every day for different purposes, as few objectives in life can be achieved without interacting with another party. So, “like it or not,you are a negotiator.

 

Negotiation is a fact of life” (Fisher & Ury, 2012: xxv). Falcao (2010) offers a comprehensive assessment of the important aspects of negotiation, pointing out that:

 

  1. negotiation is everywhere, in almost every single communication between two ormore people;

  2. negotiation is not a skill but a process that requires different (learnable)skills in action; and

  3. every negotiation entails a relationship. 

Every negotiation involves interaction, the behavioral patterns, cognitive abilities and inner
theaters of the individuals involved are bound to affect the process. We need
to engage mindfully, through a more holistic engagement, for a negotiation to be effective.

In this workshop we will cover:

  1. Clinical dimension reflecting understanding self and others, being intuitive and insightful, developing the ability to see what is beneath the surface;

  2. Behavioral dimension representing the ability to focus, listen, improvise, reflect, collaborate and be resilient, among other attributes;

  3. Decision-making dimension displaying the ability to enhance cognitive abilities and to make good judgments based on evaluations,

  4. Cognitive and emotional dimension embodying the enhancement of emotional intelligence, the increase in self-awareness whilst being detached from outcomes and remaining objective.

06.

The concept of emotional intelligence defined by Goleman (1996) as predicting success more accurately than academic intelligence comprises five basic emotional and social competencies: self awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy and social skills. A mindful communicator has the ability to display and incorporate these five competencies in communication.

In this workshop we will practice:

  1. Self awareness

  2. Empathetic listening

  3. Self regulation of Emotions

  4. Conquering negative bias

  5. Compassion

07.

The Persuader is a step by step Executive Presence coaching process to empower the C- Suite Executives to develop a credible and influential persona within and outside their organization

 

While markets are increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA), the challenges
for C suite executives today are also VUCA since they have to constantly communicate priorities,
give hope, motivate, support cultural initiatives, and share the vision of the organization.

 

One skill which is tested every day is the ability of a leader to influence and persuade the people
towards the vision and goal of the organization.

 

Key benefits
In this workshop leaders will:

  1. Learn to influence people and behaviors

  2. Learn to proactively use the power of persuasion to drive results

  3. Learn to develop a strong public image

Who should attend

C Suite executives who want to:

  1. Drive results through sales and human performance improvement

  2. Retain internal and external clients

  3. Build a strong social image

 

Program content:

  1. Lessons from Aristotle’s Rhetoric

  2. Power of Unconscious Biases

  3. Conquering the self-limiting beliefs

  4. Speaking with confidence and influence

 

Program delivery:
This program is delivered online through one on one coaching model.

E-mail: info@bbtraining.net    Tel: +91-8800314761, 9811731761       Address: D-26, Sector-6, NOIDA UP, India