Equipping Relational Leadership
Training Details & Format
Virtual or In-Person
Ideal for Management Level
By the end of this training, participants will be able to understand leadership from a relational perspective and develop skills to communicate and support their teams.
Navigating our Many Roles
Manage Workplace Pressure
Why this? Why now?
Are your leaders feeling disconnected from their teams? Are you hoping to build leadership that is sustainable, interpersonal, inclusive, and intentional?
This training breaks down how leaders can be intentional in their relationships and engagement. This intentionality increases a leader’s understanding of themselves, their teams, their company, and how all of these aspects of their role as a leader can be aligned.
What is Artesian Collaborative’s approach to this issue?
We’ve all experienced poor leadership at some point in our lives. These forms of leadership leave our teams vulnerable to burnout, disengagement, and overall poor performance.
This training focuses on developing observation, listening, and inquiry skills to assist leaders in intentional engagement with their teams. This focus includes how to develop an inclusive leader’s mindset, skills to maintain strong relationships, and understanding of how each part of the company and team work together best.
How will this training help my team grow?
Inclusivity and relational leadership are sustainable practices that create a workplace where all individuals can feel connected to the team. These skills will help your leaders notice needs, shift their communication, and overall help the entire team better engage with your company's goals and values.
Understanding relational dynamics is a key component of the therapeutic techniques we teach, and is essential for developing the type of leaders that help organizations thrive.
“This training created the conditions for an engaging learning experience that embraced multiple learning styles. Validation and summarizing of people’s experiences throughout was reassuring and empowering. Also impressive how AC has stayed on the cutting edge of zoom functions like the whiteboard to create an experience that mimics being in person. Drawing the connection from a family system to an organizational system was very helpful and using the personal example modeled vulnerability and created space for others to feel comfortable and share themselves. It was great seeing people light up as the training continued to unfold. The participant packet was useful once I started using it. The journaling and music was also a nice touch to reflect internally in the comfort of the group.”
“The framework of relational leadership helps me to evaluate relationships and, as a leader, how to make sure I'm applying those values in my interactions to maintain a healthy workplace culture. I always enjoy breakout rooms and activities.”
“This training grounded our team with a model to help navigate our current position and where we are headed. It gives us a reference point and the ability to have seeds planted for future discussions.”
Our Training Team
As trained mental health professionals, our passion is to help people navigate pain and turn it into growth. Many corporate training programs are great at helping us address the symptoms of tension and conflict, but rarely get to the root of why we feel and act the way that we do. At Artesian Collaborative we believe that tension, conflict and discomfort are not merely problems to be solved. They are opportunities that, when used correctly, can transform our organizations, our relationships and ourselves.
As we train your team our primary goals are to:
Help your organization build a culture that supports psychological and emotional health.
Guide your team through tension and conflict in a way that builds understanding of themselves and others.
Facilitate interactive and interpersonal workshops that help teams experience positive interactions in the moment that can serve as a model for healthy organizational culture.
Sunitha Chandy Psy.D.