Transactional Analysis Workshop
This two-day workshop provides a rich exploration of our social relationships and how transactional analysis is an effective tool used to better understand individuals, communication, relationships with others and with their organisational and private contexts. Used to change or modify behaviour, transactional analysis (TA) maps out the different ego states and their associated behaviours and offers a simple way of empowering your clients or colleagues to move forward in their goals.
26 - 27 October 2020
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First developed by Canadian psychiatrist Eric Berne in the late 1950s, transactional analysis is a psychoanalytic theory widely applied in coaching, organisational design, training and psychotherapy. A practical means of understanding who we are and why we behave in the way we do, it uses the ego states of adult, parent and child to influence the way we communicate, interact and transact with one another.
- Grow your self-awareness and self-reflection in how you communicate as a coach
- Develop expertise in understanding why and how humans behave in the way they do
- Understand patterns of behaviour and how personalities are developed from early childhood
- Provide deeper feedback based on observing the coachee’s thoughts, feelings and behaviours to improve the client’s own self-awareness
- Develops the individual’s self-awareness and understanding of how they show up in the workplace
- Modifies and encourages good behaviours
- Strengthens relationships between co-workers
- Helps develop the potential of employees by uncovering new perspectives or overcoming self-limiting beliefs
What you will learn
- How people are structured psychologically.
- Models of communication.
- The theory of child and adult development.
- Ways of working which emphasise co-creativity and relational impact.
- Tools for understanding organisations and cultures.
How you learn
This workshop will give a brief overview of the wide-ranging repertoire of TA ideas that the coach may wish to consider in terms of the five arenas described below, and provide a more in-depth focus on one TA concept within each:
- the presence of the coach – and the notion of the structural Adult ego state
- the client – and the concept of psychologically inhabited roles
- the relationship between coach and coachee – and the communication between
- the organisational system – and the impact of the culture
- the others in the system – and considering organisational games
Your learning experience
Learning is shared through faculty-led sessions and skills practise.
Your learning and development are always supported in a safe and comfortable environment to ensure you grow your confidence by working with your strengths and receiving personal and structured feedback from peers and faculty members.
This two-day workshop will provide a certificate of attendance including 13 CPD hours.
You will receive a certificate of attendance on completing the course.
Although this programme does not provide ICF approved CCEs you can still use the CPD hours towards re-accreditation with the ICF. The ICF website explains further.
Rosemary Napper Faculty
Rosemary has been applying transactional analysis since 1990 providing training in TA in Oxford and internationally for others since 1996. She has been working as a coach and mentor since the 1980s providing coach training since the beginning of the 1990s both internally within organisations and independently. She has developed a major programme of coach training in Brazil.Using TA as her primary frame of reference, Rosemary has been working as an Independent Management Consultant, Trainer, and Facilitator, as well as Mentor and Coach for over two decades. In addition to training others in these areas, and training counsellors, she is also a Supervisor for others working in these ways. She has been involved in this work in the Public Sector locally and nationally, in the charity sector, Life Assurance, Publishing,the Construction Industry,Financial Services, Retail, Education, the Transport sector, and as consultant to Management Consultancies. She has a wealth of experience in coaching and facilitating groups and has worked with all levels of management and leadership. Rosemary is qualified in Transactional Analysis in three fields of application – Organisations, Education and Counselling – and is a qualified TA Trainer and Supervisor. She also provides supervision and training in each of these fields (all of which within TA can include the coach role).She has a Masters in adult learning, was a part-time visiting lecturer at Guildford University on the Change Agents Masters programme and at the University of Oxford on the certificate and diploma in psychodynamic counselling and psychotherapy. Rosemary was President of the International TA Association 2009-10.
Who is this programme for?
Practicing coaches of all levels, HR practitioners and organisational design professionals.
How many people will be on the course?
This programme is limited to 12 participants to ensure a high-quality learning experience and that you receive personal and individual feedback from faculty.
Is the course residential?
How do I apply?
You can apply for the workshop online. If you would like to find out more before applying, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will be delighted to help you in any way we can.
Is there any pre-course work?
The Faculty for the Transactional Analysis (TA) programme is Rosemary Napper.
Rosemary has been applying transactional analysis since 1990 providing training in TA in Oxford and internationally for others since 1996. She has been working as a coach and mentor since the 1980's providing coach training since the beginning of the 1990's both internally within organisations and independently.Using TA as her primary frame of reference, Rosemary has been working as an independent management consultant, trainer, and facilitator, as well as mentor and coach for over two decades. In addition to training others in these areas, and training counsellors, she is also a Supervisor for others working in these ways.
How much does the programme cost?
The programme costs £695 + VAT.
What does the programme fee include?
It covers the price of all study materials, refreshments and lunch.
What is your dress code?
We recommend wearing comfortable, casual clothing.