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Programs for the Human Service Agency
Do your supervisors do “therapy” rather than “supervision” on their employees? Do your staff “analyze ‘til they’re paralyzed” and leave the meeting without accomplishing anything? Are clients treated as VIPs or individuals who are merely just tolerated? Have budget cuts or restraints hurt your organization’s ability to provide quality service delivery to your clients? The Normative Leadership Program will show you how to get the most out of what you have to work with, by creating a more efficient and effective culture in your work place.
The Normative Leadership Core Program lays a solid foundation for
building a normative infrastructure of pride, teamwork, and accountability which will translate into quality service delivery to your clients. As your organization’s culture responds to the changes that are implemented, new strategies can be defined to address the “here and now” issues that need to be addressed.
Normative Leadership Programs for Students
The Helpathy Group:A Peer Model for Developing Group and
Individual Normative Leadership Skills
* Prerequisite: The effectiveness of your Helpathy Group is program is greatly impacted by your organization’s culture. All staff, at all levels throughout the organization, must have an understanding of the normative concepts and be committed to using the concepts to make the necessary changes to prepare the culture for the Helpathy Group Model. The completion of the Introduction to Normative Cultures Program and Leadership Management training programs set the foundation for this to happen.
The Helpathy Group Training Program* Phase 1: The Control Phase:
This four day training program offers participants a solid foundation for setting the organizational and programmatic logistics of implementing a Helpathy Group. Participants learn the control phase strategies and skills through a combination of didactic sessions, video tape role plays (1-1 and group) and participation in a group experience. Content includes:
* A follow up day(s) should be arranged to provide additional training/consultations to assist group leaders with problems they are encountering.
* Phase 2: The Relationship Phase:
When the normative culture within the organization and groups has become stabilized, this two day session introduces participants to the relationship phase program. Content includes:
* Phase 3: The Cohesive Phase:
This one day session prepares group leaders to teach the final cohesive phase program. Content includes: