To be able to increase skills to aid in the implementation of more effective behavior alignment techniques in an office based setting.
By the end of the session, participants will be able to:
- Demonstrate basic understanding and practical application of behavior alignment principles.
- Develop behavior alignment plan for a specific behavior challenge presented within an office.
- Develop an increased understanding of the causes and the impact of response on challenging behavior.
When you're dealing with challenging or violent behavior, you need safe behavior alignment techniques that won't cause harm and that will effectively prevent and stop difficult behavior.
It’s important to remember that behavior is communication. With any behavior, an individual wants to be understood, to be treated with respect, and to satisfy his needs. When you consider the underlying causes of difficult behaviors and empower individuals with the choice of replacing problem behaviors with positive behaviors that meet the same needs, and when you’re equipped with the other safe and effective behavior management strategies, you’re better able to guide individuals toward modifying their own behavior so they can express themselves in a positive way.
Participants learn More Safe Behavior Modification Strategies
In this workshop participants are empowered with safe and respectful behavior realignment tips for preventing problem behavior and effecting positive behavior change. This workshop teaches participants to gain behavior modification skills to stop problems and foster harmony. While you can't force anyone to do anything, you can guide individuals toward positive behavior modification with safety and respect.
Participants are also taught Connecting consequence to behavior- using some of the suggested consequences and explainging what could happen.
Participants also Learn Procedure for identifying a behavior management plan:
1. define the target behavior
2. explore possible causes
3. brainstorm negative consequences
4. brainstorm positive reinforcements
5. define alternative behaviors