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A series of short courses which will help you unlock your potential. Courses cover wellbeing, relational and work skills. Each course explains the main issues, provides possible solutions and helps you discover possibilities for change.
Building Positive Relationships
8 sessions: 9,23,30 June; 7,14,21,28 July; 4 Aug 2021
This course is free and is open to everyone. It is delivered online via Zoom, access to the internet and use Zoom are required. Digital copies of workbook and handouts are provided.
The course will provide the knowledge and interpersonal skills to enable you
to build more effective relationships of all kinds: your friends and colleagues, your
partner/spouse and with family members. Some of the questions it will answer:
What are positive relationships?
How can I communicate more effectively?
What are Relationship Language Preferences and how do they help build positive relationships?
What are the seven ‘character traits’ of a builder of positive relationships?
What are Personality Styles and how can they help build positive relationships?
How can we make effective use of time to build positive relationships?
Learn how we can:
better understand, accept and get to know each other
develop closer, more meaningful and longer-lasting relationships
grow successful relationships that bring great pleasure
build supportive relationships that are healthy and affirming.
The course is about relationships of all kinds: friendships, work colleagues, neighbours, family members as well as romantic relationships.
for more course details.
If you are interested in joining the course, please
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contact the church office
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