This one day workshop strengths your public speaking and facilitation skills. The course will walk you through all the planning, creation and delivery strategies to make your presentation a huge success.
Still having revelations following the training! It was very useful and stimulating. It was also great to have the new...
Still having revelations following the training! It was very useful and stimulating. It was also great to have the new team leader see what I was talking about, as I have been raving on about your approach for a bit now. She and I were on the same page in our responses to the training and have some back to the workplace with new strategies and supported each other to try them out.
Is it OK it give you some feedback ?? Just wanted to say “THANK YOU” for: Sharing your stories Listening to...
Is it OK it give you some feedback ?? Just wanted to say “THANK YOU” for: Sharing your stories Listening to our stories and offering advice Your generosity in sharing the course materials I thoroughly enjoyed the 2 days . You are both very professional yet down to earth and the course material was very “real”. I will be booking a meeting with my boss on Monday to tell him about the course and share with him some idea’s. My workplace could certainly use a boost of vitamin “P” and “A”. Kind Regards :)
Rachel Y. Acting Executive Director
Loved the newsletter and the video clips – all great ideas. Thanks!!
Loved the newsletter and the video clips – all great ideas. Thanks!!
The training was awesome and your belief in what you do was obvious - as well as your enthusiasm being contagious. ...
The training was awesome and your belief in what you do was obvious - as well as your enthusiasm being contagious. I feel empowered to better manage my staff and also more skilled to build up the individuals within the teams. I also have to run training courses and have been able to pick up helpful things from your style
I attended a workshop on “Tools for Personal Productivity” run by Anthony Critchley of New Fangled Ideas on the recommendation...
I attended a workshop on “Tools for Personal Productivity” run by Anthony Critchley of New Fangled Ideas on the recommendation of a friend of mine who works for one of the large voluntary organisations. She thought I needed to get organised (I did!!) and that this was a good way of beginning. I can’t speak for Chris but I found the workshop incredibly helpful and motivating…. and now you have the chance to attend the workshop too… let me say that this is a very practical look at how to rethink the way that we approach our work. It is not one of those workshops where you spend your time saying what you would like to be doing in 5 or 10 years time – it is practical! How can we set up Outlook so that we can manage our emails more effectively, how can we organise our activities to be more efficient and have more time to do the things we want and need to do? Anthony Critchley is a great presenter – entertaining and effective in getting the ideas and processes across. His company (Newfangled Ideas) works almost exclusively with the not-for-profit sector and allied Health fields. He is also involved in research at Newcastle University and so has an excellent understanding of what the lives of academics and general staff are like in today’s universities. I should emphasise that this workshop would be of equal benefit to academic and general staff.
So I just thought I would share some reflections with you in regards to some words that came out of...
So I just thought I would share some reflections with you in regards to some words that came out of my mouth two and a half years ago when I entered my first supervision. “So what is the point of me being here, and what am I going to get out of it”…What a silly immature helpless child I was back then. I am so much wiser now. In all seriousness the amount that I have learnt and the experiences I have gained from you Anthony, is something that cannot go unsaid. Starting out as my first job in welfare I am so lucky to have met you as you have provided me with so much insight, and honestly I don’t say this often to people but I couldn’t have done it without you. A huge thank you to you Anthony. Despite you being taken away into the deep dark forest, I will continue to utilise the strategies you have taught me and will continue to grow and mature…I will continue to wake up everyday and piss excellence! Bon voyage coffee drinking man, you are a dead set legend, and I wont forget anything you taught me! From the one and only Kim Kardashian in training….
Thank you some much for motivating, inspiring and encouraging youth services staff to think about diversity, as well as professional...
Thank you some much for motivating, inspiring and encouraging youth services staff to think about diversity, as well as professional and personal responsibility towards creating a culturally safer workplace. All the feedback from staff was fantastic, I would really like to revisit this down the track to see where we get to. I will keep in touch. Thanks Again
Collated feedback from "Making Supervision Work" Keynote Presentation 28th June 2012, Rydges World Tower What things did you find most...
Collated feedback from "Making Supervision Work" Keynote Presentation 28th June 2012, Rydges World Tower What things did you find most useful? [unordered_list style="bullet"] Supervision – Anthony’s presentation (9 x the same responses) Training presentation Taster re supervision training. OOHC & Supervision SOS framework. Thinking about supervision. NFI – supervision. Anthony’s supervision and challenges. Newfangled Sessions [/unordered_list] What things did you find most useful? (cont) [unordered_list style="bullet"] Supervision presentations (2) Supervision section. Hearing about supervision strategies – changes. Newfangled Ideas overview on supervision was the best! Anthony Critchley. The training support. [/unordered_list] What things did you enjoy most? [unordered_list style="bullet"] Challenged thinking – innovative new ideas. Anthony Critchley’s presentation, it was thought provoking. Overview and supervision session. Anthony’s supervision session (6 x same responses) Making supervision work. Presentation of supervision. All of the days events, especially supervision overview. Anthony’s session on supervision (3) SOS Supervision section (2). Overview of supervision. Making supervision work. Hearing about supervision strategies and changes. Supervision session. Last two hours of the day. [/unordered_list] Was there anything that could have been done differently? [unordered_list style="bullet"] Supervision overview first thing and then program overview. [/unordered_list] Is there anything you will now be doing differently? [unordered_list style="bullet"] Supervision (4) More structure in supervision. Better preparation before supervising staff. Reviewing my S&O practices. Looking at some of the matters/ideas to enhance my supervision. More focus on preparation before supervision. Looking at supervision with a different lens. Strategies suggested for supervision. Reassessing my procedures on staff supervision. Supervision equal touchy feely, accountable. Look forward to SOS! Impacts for my supervision. Looking at supervision practices. Review my supervision strategies. Reviewing my supervision practice (2) Thinking about studying to gain qualifications in Clinical Supervision [/unordered_list]
Strengths Symposium Follow-up Thanks so much for the material and for the symposium yesterday, it was fantastic. I’d love to...
Strengths Symposium Follow-up Thanks so much for the material and for the symposium yesterday, it was fantastic. I’d love to be part of any symposiums like this in the future, and look forward to reading your report. Regards,
Anthony provides me with the opportunity to reflect on my practice and to explore why I may not be able...
Anthony provides me with the opportunity to reflect on my practice and to explore why I may not be able to bring about changes with the families I work with at times. This reflective practice has enabled me to reach better outcomes for the families I work with. Anthony has also helped me to gain confidence in my practice and be able to be a strong advocate for my families and to raise when needed issues such as, cases that do not meet the EIP program criteria need to be discussed with Community Services when there are high level concerns around child protection issues. Anthony helps to keep me focused on keeping the children central to all the work I undertake and his discussions with underpinning theory behind them to raise my skill level as a practitioner.