Motivation is already there – though perhaps hidden. What can we do and how can we be, so that someone else can reconnect to their motivation? What kind of dialogue makes that possible?
We are often busy handing out solutions and answers, using our own references as a basis. But when our life experiences, psychology, mindsets and goals are different, starting with what worked for us can leave someone feeling unheard. And no closer to feeling motivated. In this webinar we will use a conversation method called Strengthening Dialogue to invite others to connect to their own source of motivation.
Join our free, interactive webinar especially designed for leaders and teachers in the performing arts education to experience a taste of the Strengthening Dialogue method.
June 21, 15:00 – 16.15 pm (CET)
Who is this for?
Leaders in performing arts education
Teachers in performing arts
What to expect: An interactive session about how we can view motivation in a totally different way. You will also discover what mindset and skills leaders need to develop in order to create real shifts.
When: June 21, 15:00 – 16.15 pm (CET)
Format: Online using Zoom.
What you will get Joining the session will give you a taster of Strengthening Dialogue and if it could be relevant for your staff and students.
About us Tuff is known for transformative learning experiences that create real and lasting shifts. At the core of our method is a set of principles we have developed through twenty years of practice. You can read more about us and our ground breaking method here.
Meet Tuff leadership trainer Mette Herlitz, who will be facilitating the session.
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