If you work with people keen to change their behaviour, posters are a great way to reinforce positive thoughts and the capacity we have to make choices about how we react to situations. The idea of nipping unwelcome emotions ’in the bud’ before they blow up into serious and dangerous behaviours is the inspiration behind this poster. 43x56cm Wall poster Laminated.
This poster, developed by the Collaboration Project - Brisbane South "Families and Service Providers Working Together" lists 26 simple practices that families identified as being helpful when engaging with workers. *A*lways ask the family “what would be helpful?” *B*alance the roles – sometimes the family may take the lead, sometimes the worker will take the lead. *C*ollaborate with the family and together services providers in order to provide better outcomes. *D*o what you say you will!!!! *E*xplore options with each family, as every family is unique. Develop *F*lexible responses according to the... More info
Just focusing on our anger might mean we miss the emotions that actually build and support it - emotions that are possibly as much in need of our attention as our anger. If you believe all behaviour has meaning, then here’s a reminder to ask: "what’s going on’" next time you feel the irritation getting out of control. Posters are a great way to reinforce positive thoughts and the capacity we have to make choices about how we react to situations. 43x56cm Wall poster Laminated. More info