Storying organisations Relational Leadership course

Storying Organisations and Relational Leadership course

INTRODUCTION

This programme on Storying Organisations and Relational Leadership course extends over five weekly contact sessions. It requires participants to either attend a weekly Tuesday evening or Thursday morning class.

This course recently concluded but can be facilitated in-house.

The course introduces the implications of looking at organisations from a narrative or story-perspective. Leadership is important in storying organisations and foundations for relational leading are taught along with an overview of all skilled helping professions that have a stake in the context of organisations, like coaching, mentoring, facilitation, mediation, therapy, organisational development.

WHO/WHAT

To seasoned leadership and management practitioners (also HR, EAP and other departments) it offers a fresh perspective to the context of organisations.

To new entrants particularly from a narrative therapy background it translates their knowledge into relevance for organisational consulting and offers a way to make this transition credibly.

REGISTRATION

The online electronic registration form can be accessed here.

If you prefer a print copy, the registration form can be accessed here.

CONTENT

Outcomes:

  • Building appreciation and understanding of the implications of the shapes, sizes and industries of different kinds of organisations;
  • Learn how organisations evolved over time in view of management, philosophy, purpose and related subjects;
  • Understand how key organiastional metaphors shape our experience of the work place;
  • Understanding the case for relational leading (beyond the assumption that all leadership needs to be relational);
  • Getting to know the skilled helping professions that work in organisations, their scope, how they interact or overlap, like coaching, counselling, mentoring, facilitation, organisational development;
  • Specific reference is given to narrative practice and transitioning into the organisational context as it applies to for instance narrative coaching
  • Learning about the things we do with stories in organisations: Learn about the place and purpose of stories in various areas of business. 

DATES FOR 2018

(Occurring once or request as customised in-house training)

Participants will either attend

Tuesday evenings (18h00-21h00): 24 July 31  July 14 August  21 August 28 August

Thursday mornings (09h00-12h00) 26 July 2 August 16 August 23 August 30 August

For general participants | (Non-Coram Deo students)

COURSE FEE (5-Weeks):

Course fee: R1500

Deposit securing your place: R250 (by 23 July)

Early bird discount fee: R1300 (if paid in full by 20 July)

(Card payment facility available during the mornings.)

BANK DETAILS:

Absa-Cheque account: 406 725 8321

Branch code: 632005  (or Hatfield branch: 335545)

Use as payment reference: 318M3[last name & initials]

Important: Email notification to info@coramdeo.co.za

For Coram Deo students

This section is only relevant to students currently or previously enrolled at Coram Deo. The programme is open to any student of any year of study bearing the following in mind.

PROGRAMME FEE (5-weeks):

 Course fee: As described in B1 to B4.

Deposit securing your place: R250 (by 23 July)

B.1 Students who enrolled for the supervision programme and the entire continued learning (Alumni) programme.  The cost of this course is already included. These students need only show up. Your Alumni fee is also already included in your cost of tuition.

Course fee: None

B.2 Students who enrolled for the entire continued learning (Alumni) programme, not with the supervision programme included. The cost of this course is already included. These students need only show up. Your Alumni fee is also already included in your cost of tuition.

Course fee: None

B.3 Students who enrolled for the supervision programme separate to the continued learning (Alumni) programme. These students may wish to selectively enroll for certain modules of the continued learning programme to which there is a cost.  Your Alumni fee is already included in your cost of tuition which reduces the per module fee as stated below.

Course fee: R900

Deposit: R250 deposit secures your place (by 23 July)

B.4 Any current student in their first of second year of the Pastoral Narrative Therapy advanced certificate course, or, any past student but not enrolled for either the supervision programme or the entire continued learning programme attend at reduced fees (B.4.1). For them the per module fee is determined by whether they also formally hold Alumni membership (B.4.2). Formal Community or Alumni membership is R300 per year which allows students to attend any of several continued learning modules at rates even further reduced.

B.4.1 Current or past students

Course fee: R1200 (without R300/year formal Alumni membership)

B.4.2 Current or past students (with formal Community or Alumni Membership)

Course fee: R900 (per module if enrolling for formal Community or Alumni membership)

Below are the options for students if they enrolled only for the supervision programme and by implication selectively enroll for specific modules of the continued learning alumni programme.

BANK DETAILS:

Absa-Cheque account: 406 725 8321

Branch code: 632005  (or Hatfield branch: 335545)

Use reference: 318M3[last name & initials]

Important: Email notification to info@coramdeo.co.za

Seeds of Hope

Add a further discount of 10% to any rate applicable to you (even those already reduced) relevant to the continued learning modules by Supporting our Hundred Seeds of Hope project. This is where we assist people who are in dire need of help but can’t afford it. Hereby you donate R100 a month that we put to use to help people. See www.coramdeo.co.za/seeds-of-hope Particularly relevant for corporates or high earners donations are tax deductable as we are formally a Public Benefit Organisation able to issue Article 18A receipts.

Counselling

Relationships
Family
Teenagers
Children
Trauma
Anxiety
Depression
Identity
Addiction
Abuse

Related services

Coaching
Mediation
Facilitation
Mentoring

Organisational | Corporate

Leadership enhancement
Community consultation
Employee Assistance and Wellness
Diversity and culture workshops
Organisational development

Affiliate groups

Alcoholics anonymous (and family support)
Sex addicts anonymous (and family support)
Ampucare
Huntington’s
Stroke support

Other:
Painting classes
Music lessons
Sculpture classes

Select training institutions:
FACT Network
Narrative Arts Practices
Centre for Contextual Ministry
Institute 4 Creative Conversations

Associate groups

Simcha Addiction and Recovery
Agére/Agency (weight management)
Divorce support
SWAT Parenting

Courses | Training

Pastoral Narrative Therapy (English) [UP Accredited]
Pastoral Narrative Therapy (Afrikaans) [UP Accredited]
Supervision in counselling and other helping professions [UP Accredited]
Continued Learning (consisting of 5 short formal programmes)
Seminars and workshops

Campuses | Learning sites

Pretoria (Main Campus)
Constantia Kruin (West Rand)
Kempton Park (East Rand)
Durbanville (Cape)
George (Western Cape)
Mossel Bay (Western Cape)
Lydenburg (Mpumalanga)
Ladysmith (KZN)
Amanzimtoti (KZN)
Global online (Blended Learning)

Make a difference

Tax deductible donations
Seeds of hope
Professional seeds
67 Minutes – Mandela dayCorporate social investment
Skills development levy

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