ARE YOU STRUGGLING TO FIND SOLUTIONS
TO MANAGE CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR?
ARE YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW OVERWHELMED WITH ANXIETY?
DO YOU NEED TOOLS TO HELP YOU TO COMMUNICATE ALTERNATIVE BEHAVIOUR CHOICES?
IF YOU HAVE ANSWERED YES TO ANY OF THE ABOVE QUESTIONS,
YOU ARE IN THE RIGHT PLACE!
Over the last 4-years alone, our resources and workshops have positively impacted over 12,000 children, young people and adults!
Our aim is to help individuals identify the core needs that drives and shapes their emotions, actions, quality of life and ultimately their destinies. Our resources and workshops will equip you with tools to fulfil your needs in a healthy way.
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At Stepping to Success, we offer a variety of bespoke resources, specifically designed to meet the emotional needs of children, young people, and adults.
Our resources encourage individuals to explore and develop a range of Soft Skills and Core Values. Soft Skills are non-academic skills responsible for the development and sustainment of emotional, social, and mental wellbeing.
Our resources are based on key components. These Key Components are key attributes which build resilience and form our emotional well-being.
Many successes and failures in life are attributed to the development (or lack of development in one or more of these areas).
Using these key components as a guide-by asking “Do I have enough of...?” Or “Am I practising enough of...?” will enable people to identify areas which need development; and to implement changes to specific parts of their lives to ensure happiness, safety, and success.
These Soft Skills include, but are not limited to:
Self-awareness- understanding self and taking ownership and responsibility for behaviour choices
Self-identity – who I am and what my purpose is
Self-esteem- awareness of self-worth, self-value, and self-belief
Critical thinking – to consider different perspectives and make critical assessments e.g. challenging one-sided information
Foresight- to think ahead of what might happen when behaviour choices are made; to think before an action or reaction: is this safe? Is this legal? (Contextual Safeguarding)
Personal power-awareness of personal rights and the confidence to exercise those personal rights (e.g. saying no to negative peer pressure or undue influences)
Self-discipline- the ability to decide and commit to carrying out appropriate action, even in the face of internal, external or undue pressure or influence
Emotional literacy- the ability to identify, manage and express emotions appropriately (such as anger, frustration, fear)
Empathy- Identify and understand the impact that personal choices of behaviour may have on others; in addition to feeling and understanding the experiences of others
Resilience- the ability to bounce back from adversity or setbacks and turn vulnerabilities into strengths
Self-confidence- confidence in oneself and in one’s powers and abilities
Problem solving- the ability to look for and find solutions to problems e.g. manage conflict
Effective communication- the ability to listen and appropriately converse and interact with others
Our resources aim to foster, support, inspire, and motivate children, young people, and adults; through their journey of gaining independence, personal growth, development, and change.
Stepping to Success' resources are a lifeline and survival kit for all.
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We Have Been Working With Local Authorities For Over 4-Years!
This workshop will:
Guide participants in developing deeper critical thinking and reasoning skills
Enable individuals to gain greater insight into the wider consequences of the behaviour choices they are about to make
Explore how behaviour choices can have a continual and cumulative impact long after the actual time the behaviour choice is made
Enable participants to reflect on and consider what they want out of life and how this can be disrupted and blighted because of negative behaviour choices
Give participants the opportunity to experience deeper insight into the wider ramifications and the life-changing devastation to the lives of others.
This workshop serves as an excellent tool to use when working with individuals who may display challenging behaviours.
Delivery method: Participants are given a username and password to access the workshop via an online platform
Course duration: 2-hours
Audience: Ages 13 and over
3 Interactive activities