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Anger Management

Benjamin Franklin once said, 'In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.' We would add a third item to his list: anger. Controlling and limiting anger is important in every aspect of one's life. Without control you are putting limits on what you can accomplish in your personal and professional life.
Anger can be an incredibly damaging force, costing people their jobs, personal relationships, and even their lives when it gets out of hand. However, since everyone experiences anger, it is important to have constructive approaches to manage it effectively. The Anger Management workshop will help teach participants how to identify their anger triggers and what to do when they get angry.


OBJECTIVES

  • Understand anger dynamics in terms of the anger cycle and the fight and flight theory.
  • Know common anger myths and their factual refutations.
  • Know the helpful and unhelpful ways of dealing with anger.
  • Understand the difference between objective and subjective language.
  • Know tips in identifying the problem.
  • Express a feeling or position using I-messages.
  • Negotiation and solution-building.
  • Reflect on one’s hot buttons and personal anger dynamics.
  • Learn and practice de-escalation techniques.

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Module One: Getting Started
  • Module Two: Understanding Anger
  • Module Three: Do’s and Don’ts
  • Module Four: Gaining Control
  • Module Five: Separate the People from the Problem
  • Module Six: Working on the Problem
  • Module Seven: Solving the Problem 
  • Module Eight: A Personal Plan
  • Module Nine: The Triple A Approach
  • Module Ten: Dealing with Angry People 
  • Module Eleven: Pulling It All Together 
  • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

Access Duration: 1 Month
MCPEP: 5 Credit Points
Course Fee: N36,000


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Critical Thinking

We live in a knowledge based society, and the more critical you think the better your knowledge will be. Critical Thinking provides you with the skills to analyze and evaluate information so that you are able to obtain the greatest amount of knowledge from it. It provides the best chance of making the correct decision, and minimizes damages if a mistake does occur.
Critical Thinking will lead to being a more rational and disciplined thinker. It will reduce your prejudice and bias which will provide you a better understanding of your environment. This workshop will provide you the skills to evaluate, identify, and distinguish between relevant and irrelevant information. It will lead you to be more productive in your career, and provide a great skill in your everyday life.

OBJECTIVES

  • Understand the components of critical thinking
  • Utilize non-linear thinking
  • Use logical thinking
  • Recognize what it means to be a critical thinker
  • Evaluate information using critical thinking skills
  • Identify the benefits of critical thinking
  • Revise perspective, when necessary
  • Comprehend problem solving abilities

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Module One: Getting Started
  • Module Two: Components of Critical Thinking
  • Module Three: Non-Linear Thinking 
  • Module Four: Logical Thinking  
  • Module Five: Critical Thinkers (I) 
  • Module Six: Critical Thinking (II)  
  • Module Seven: Evaluate the Information 
  • Module Eight: Benefits of Critical Thinking 
  • Module Nine: Changing Your Perspective  
  • Module Ten: Problem Solving  
  • Module Eleven: Putting It All Together 
  • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up 

Access Duration: 1 Month
MCPEP: 5 Credit Points
Course Fee: N36,000

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Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence describes the ability to understand one's own feelings, and that of groups, and how these emotions can influence motivation and behavior. The concepts of Emotional Intelligence have been around since at least the 1900's, but the term was first introduced by Wayne Payne in 1985. 
As a result of the growing acknowledgement by professionals of the importance and relevance of emotions to work outcomes, the research on the topic continued to gain momentum, but it wasn't until the publication of Daniel Goleman's best seller Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ that the term became widely accepted by mainstream media.

OBJECTIVES

  •  Define and practice self-management, self-awareness, self-regulation, self-motivation, and empathy.
  • Understand, use and manage your emotions.
  • Verbally communicate with others.
  • Successfully communicate with others in a non-verbal manner.
  • Identify the benefits of emotional intelligence.
  • Relate emotional intelligence to the workplace.
  • Balance optimism and pessimism.
COURSE OUTLINE
  • Module One: Getting Started
  • Module Two: What is Emotional Intelligence?
  • Module Three: Skills in Emotional Intelligence
  • Module Four: Verbal Communication Skills  
  • Module Five: Non-Verbal Communication Skills
  • Module Six: Social Management and Responsibility
  • Module Seven: Tools to Regulate Your Emotions
  • Module Eight: Gaining Control
  • Module Nine: Business Practices (I)
  • Module Ten: Business Practices (II)   
  • Module Eleven: Making an Impact   
  • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up  
Access Duration: 1 Month
MCPEP: 5 Credit Points
Course Fee:   N36,000

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Interpersonal Skills

We've all met that dynamic, charismatic person that just has a way with others, and has a way of being remembered. Your participants will identify ways of creating a powerful introduction, remembering names, and managing situations when you’ve forgotten someone’s name.
The Interpersonal Skills workshop will help participants work towards being that unforgettable person by providing communication skills, negotiation techniques, tips on making an impact, and advice on networking and starting conversations. They will also identify the skills needed in starting a conversation, moving a conversation along, and progressing to higher levels of conversation.

OBJECTIVES

  • Understand the difference between hearing and listening
  • Know some ways to improve the verbal skills of asking questions and communicating with power.
  • Understand what is ‘non-verbal communication’ and how it can enhance interpersonal relationships.
  • Identify the skills needed in starting a conversation.
  • Identify ways of creating a powerful introduction, remembering names, and managing situations when you’ve forgotten someone’s name.
  • Understand how seeing the other side can improve skills in influencing other people
  • Understand how the use of facts and emotions can help bring people to your side.
  • Identify ways of sharing one’s opinions constructively.
  • Learn tips in preparing for a negotiation, opening a negotiation, bargaining, and closing a negotiation.
  • Learn tips in making an impact through powerful first impressions.

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Module One: Getting Started
  • Module Two: Verbal Communication Skills
  • Module Three: Non-Verbal Communication Skills 
  • Module Four: Making Small Talk and Moving Beyond 
  • Module Five: Moving the Conversation Along
  • Module Six: Remembering Names
  • Module Seven: Influencing Skills 
  • Module Eight: Bringing People to Your Side
  • Module Nine: Sharing Your Opinion 
  • Module Ten: Negotiation Basics 
  • Module Eleven: Making an Impact
  • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

Access Duration: 1 Month
MPCEP: 5 Credit Points
Course Fee:   N36,000

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