Work Like A Child
We usually think of our family life to be completely separate to that of our lives at work. While this is true to some extent, most of us aren’t aware of just how much our early relationships with family members influence how we behave and the relationships that we form in the workplace in later life. After all, it is in these early experiences of family life that we learn how to make connections, resolve conflict and conduct ourselves in social situations, which are all essential skills that every manager needs to possess in order to be successful in their chosen profession.
as we age, we become more like our parents, and often, we find ourselves encountering the same situations at work as we used to when we were children. Usually, we’re not even aware that we may be reacting to a colleague or manager as we did during our formative years at home – it happens because we are unconsciously recreating our early experiences of family life, whether those experiences happened to be positive or negative.
For example, we may look to our boss as a father figure without even being aware that we are doing so.
This exciting workshop helps us relate situations from our childhood to ones we face in our day to day experiences at work, from board meetings and how these relate to our parent teacher conference and a colleague steeling our perspective clients that brings back the kid in the playground that took our ball. this great workshop helps you clarify the reason behind your reactions in these various situations an of course laugh!! 🙂