A fresh perspective to understanding the personalities in your team
Are you wanting to look at leading teams from a new perspective? Do you find yourself going over the same conversations? Come and get a fresh approach on understanding the personalities in your team. Discover new ways to get your team to work together. SCARF is an acronym for five words: Status, Certainty, Autonomy, Relatedness and Fairness. The five domains of SCARF reflect the brain networks of greatest significance when it comes to collaborating with and influencing others. Understanding these drivers can help individuals and organizations to function more effectively, reducing conflicts that occur so easily amongst people. Understanding the domains in the SCARF model, and developing strategies to effectively use these brain insights can help people become better leaders, managers or coaches.
At the end of the workshop participants will:
Understand the principles of neuroscience and the core social domains that drive human behaviour
Have learnt a variety of communication strategies to engage staff from differing SCARF styles
Reviewed the SCARF model and how it applies to understanding the personalities in your team
Be able to use the SCARF model to reduce conflict when leading teams
Explored individual responses, reactions and thoughts to work/life situations
Identified personal strategies to increase effectiveness and learn ways to apply these
Karen Morris is a Counsellor, Supervisor and Trainer with over 30 years’ experience in clinical and operational management. She has served as a CEO in the not-for-profit sector and developed a range of evidence-based programs and services including work with disadvantaged and disenfranchised clients. Karen’s passion is clinical work, and has developed cutting edge programs and resources for both adults and children. Her key areas of expertise and interest are relationship counselling, supervision, working with children and management coaching. Karen currently holds the position of Principal Practitioner at FMC Mediation and Counselling, and is also a Director at People Potential Group, a private consultancy providing services in Clinical Supervision, Staff Coaching, and Professional Development.