HALO Psychology provides a range of workshops and programmes to help public sector managers thrive. We will always carry out a training needs analysis before delivery, so we can ensure the tone and content is right for the audience.
Sessions can be delivered in-house or at a venue external to your organisation. The number of participants depends on the intervention.
Effective facilitation: This one-day workshop will give participants the skills they need to manage a variety of situations, such as staff meetings. Participants typically include new managers and new HR/OD practitioners. Maximum of 12 participants.
Advanced facilitation: This two-day programme is aimed at senior leaders and HR/OD practitioners who want to build their skills and confidence in handling complex and challenging situations. This can include trade union negotiations through to facilitating community meetings. Maximum of 8 participants.
How to build a high performing team: This one-day workshop is aimed at managers looking to take their team to the next level. Each participant will receive an audit report on their team, using the High Performing Team Snapshot ©. Maximum of 10 participants.
How to engage your staff during change: This one-day workshop is aimed at managers and HR/OD professionals. Participants will come away with a deeper understanding of the psychology of change, mapping out where people will be at various points and taking away practical tools and techniques guaranteed to make a difference. Maximum of 20 participants.
How to increase your productivity: This half-day workshop is aimed at anyone wanting to gain skills, tools and techniques to get the most out of each and every working day. Using well-tested principles, participants will come away with a clearer sense of focus on what matters. Maximum of 15 participants.
How to increase your influence: This one-day session provides managers and HR/OD practitioners with a deeper understanding of the factors that determine influence. These are then used to build a bespoke action plan for each participant. The session is highly interactive and will challenge participants to step outside their comfort zone. Maximum of 10 participants.