Fri13Sep

Process Communication Model Seminar 2 (Melbourne)

Details

Type

College event

Date

Sep 13, 2019 - Sep 15, 2019

Time

08.00am - 4.00pm

Region

Location

RACS Office

Organiser

Professional Development

Contact Person

Emma Shields

Contact Number

+61 3 92491106
Description

The advanced three day program allows you to build on and deepen your knowledge while practicing the skills you learned during PCM Seminar 1. You will learn more about understanding your own reactions under distress, recognising distress in others, understanding your own behaviour and making communication happen.

The Process Communicatoin Model (PCM) enables you to listen to what has been said, while at the same time being aware of how it has been said. At times we are preoccupied with concentrating on what is said, formulating our own reply and focussing solely on the contents of the conversation. To communicate effectively, we need to focus on the communication channels others are using and to recognise when they are in distress.

Advanced PCM concentrates more strongly on the failure mechanisms of distress, making it easier to apply PCM in order to resolve conflict and motivate others.

For more information about this event or to register, please click here.

Description

The advanced three day program allows you to build on and deepen your knowledge while practicing the skills you learned during PCM Seminar 1. You will learn more about understanding your own reactions under distress, recognising distress in others, understanding your own behaviour and making communication happen.

The Process Communicatoin Model (PCM) enables you to listen to what has been said, while at the same time being aware of how it has been said. At times we are preoccupied with concentrating on what is said, formulating our own reply and focussing solely on the contents of the conversation. To communicate effectively, we need to focus on the communication channels others are using and to recognise when they are in distress.

Advanced PCM concentrates more strongly on the failure mechanisms of distress, making it easier to apply PCM in order to resolve conflict and motivate others.

For more information about this event or to register, please click here.

Details

Type

College event

Date

Sep 13, 2019 - Sep 15, 2019

Time

08.00am - 4.00pm

Region

Location

RACS Office

Organiser

Professional Development

Contact Person

Emma Shields

Contact Number

+61 3 92491106

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