Motivational Interviewing (K02-01)
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We tend to attribute the failure of change projects to "resistance" from employees. Yet, "resistance" is often understandable feedback to proposals that a) are not in the interest of those affected or b) are communicated in a way that is not very motivating. From this understanding, "expressions of resistance" are therefore only symptoms or information about employees' legitimate needs. To support employees' willingness to change, we can use motivational interviewing. Motivational interviewing is a cooperative communication approach that helps to identify employees' needs and thus motivate them to change. For example, for constructive change communication, employee criticism should not be seen as exclusively destructive. Instead, the "complaints" of employees should be understood as needs worthy of recognition, for example through reinterpretation techniques (reframing).
Who is this workshop dedicated to?
All employees of UHH incl. doctoral and postdoctoral researchers
How many can participate?
What content will be included?
- Introduction to the spirit and conversational approach of Motivational Interviewing (MI)
- Basic MI techniques
- Effective handling and understanding of "resistance"
- Reflection on how MI can be integrated into the daily work routine
Do I need prior knowledge?
Not in particular. All of us communicate all the time.
How is the workshop structured?
The workshop will be interactive. It will be about 1/3 input from the trainer, 1/3 exercise to try out the newly acquired methods, and 1/3 discussion, reflection, and transfer planning.
After the seminar...
You will have understood -from a psychological perspective - how individuals could be motivated to engage in sustainable change.
This course can be credited to "Learn to Lead - Mindset Leadership" in the competency area "Happy Together - Promoting Successful Collaboration through Communication, Diversity and Conflict Management" as well as the certificate "Research and Higher Education Management" in the area "Communication & Leadership".
|Do. 09.02.2023||09:00 - 17:00 Uhr||Mittelweg 177||Raum N0065 + N0067|
Raum N0065 + N0067
Paul is a research enthusiastic trailblazer for innovation who continues the tradition of action research. A great deal of experience in design thinking coupled with his knowledge of team processes make him an expert in organizational development. To reflect his approach scientifically, Paul regularly publishes in journals such as the Journal of Change Management, Leadership & Organization Development Journal, or European Management Journal.
Short explanation (in German only): https://youtu.be/sA9OajLl16M
All employees at UHH incl. Doctoral and Postdoctoral Researchers