Character-Wise Parenting

Character-Wise Parenting

Objectives

Energise your family relationships through the right balance of love and leadership. Be ready to change the way you think as a parent through six major paradigm shifts! You will be amazed at how peace at home correlates to productivity at work. In Character-Wise Parenting, you will learn about:

• Parent-Centered Family – Putting attention on the adult.

• Obedience to Authority – Utilise the power of Alpha Speech.

• Inspecting Character, not Skills – It’s about manners, not grades.

• No is Right – Frustration is necessary for growth.

• Task of Discipline – Communicating with purpose.

• Self-Esteem’s Deception – Avoid the self-entitlement trap.

 

Who Should Attend

Any employees who are parents. This is an excellent opportunity to invest in the employee’s family life and bring about work-life balance resulting in a more focused mindset at work.

 

Course Description

Character-Wise Parenting training empowers parents to prepare their children for life-long achievement. Unless parents take leadership of the value-transfer process, we will witness the emergence of a new generation that is self-entitled and pleasure-seeking. Discover what you can do NOW to reverse this trend and train your child to be a person of good character.

 

Duration

1 Day

 

Course Outline

MODULE LEARNING OBJECTIVES
The Parent-Centered Family • See the future vision for your child – character or skills?

• Learn the seasons of parenting

• Identify the traits of a parent-centered family

The Voice of Authority • Discover the balance between love and leadership

• Learn about the concept of moral development

• Distinguish the difference between political & leadership speech

The Self-Esteem Deception • Deception 1 – The child is fundamentally good

• Deception 2 – Personal happiness leads to positive change

• Deception 3 – Therapy is needed, not consequences

The Execution of Discipline • Reduce stress through systematic planning

• Apply the methods of tickets, strikes, charts and the rod

• Study examples of application. Relate to personal family application

Clear Directions • Practice the power of setting correct focus statements

• Identify the problem without affecting the ego

• Assess different types of thinking patterns

• Choose the way of design rather than debate

• Engage in listening from three different directions

Utilize Concepts • Evaluate why most brainstorming sessions fail

• Differentiate ideas from concepts

• Utilise concepts to diffuse difficult conversations

• Apply thinking tools to maintain conversational objectivity

• Employ the power of alternative thinking

Secure Ownership • Communicate effectively using analogies

• Plan to appeal to conscience

• Reinforce character-based persuasion skills

• Presentation and role-play