Intervision course: learning with and from each other
Employees are increasingly asked to work independently and to be self-managing. A possible consequence of this is that there is less direct contact on the work floor with colleagues and an increasing need to exchange experiences and feed each other. Intervision can be an answer to this.
Intervision is a powerful method in which colleagues meet regularly on a voluntary and equal basis. The purpose of this is to enhance professionalism, because you share experiences, intervision sharpens your thoughts and you give each other tips or advice, thereby developing new behaviour. Intervision has a clear structure and you work with different models and methods, which makes a session varied and instructive. The intervision model is accessible and easy to apply.
During intervision, you deal with problems and situations that occur in the work setting. As a result, you do not examine generally abstract questions, but person-specific cases. This includes, for example, professional 'technical' issues, but also problems related to personal functioning.
The process of peer review is investigative and reflective in nature and produces concrete results. In our training Intervision: learning with and from each other, we discuss various aspects of setting up valuable intervision meetings!
During the training the following topics, among others, will be discussed:
- What is intervision?
- The right starting mode: Mindfulness
- The preconditions for intervision: Rules and agreements
- Different intervision methods: When to choose which way of working?
- What is the question behind the question? Formulating the right work question
- Breaking free from (ingrained) thinking and behavioural patterns
- Application of interview techniques
- Constructive confrontation, giving and receiving feedback
- Reflecting on the process
- Mutual understanding and support
- Draw up an action plan
After the training:
- You know what intervision is all about;
- you can effectively set up a peer review group, because you have experienced peer review yourself;
- you know how to introduce peer-to-peer meetings in your organisation and
- You will have learned how to respond well to the group process within your team.
Of course, this list is not exhaustive: after all, everyone (and every team) is different. What do you want to focus on within the theme of intervision?
This training is ideally suited if you want to learn how to guide a peer review group. Do you recognise yourself in one or more of the points below?
- You want to teach employees to work (better) together towards the same goal
- You want to increase the trust within your team
- You want to improve your communication and coaching skills
- You want to clarify the relationships and group processes within your team in order to strive for a desired change
- Customisation is our focus: through a telephone intake interview, the trainer makes an inventory of your personal learning goals. On this basis, the definitive programme of the training course is determined.
- We believe a safe training atmosphere is important, as you should feel comfortable experimenting with new knowledge and skills.
- We strongly believe in doing and experiencing, rather than talking about the content of trainings, which is why all our trainings are active in nature.
- In order to guarantee the quality of the training, we apply a maximum group size of eight participants, so that we can guarantee the learning effect and efficiency.
The training is provided in Dutch as standard. The trainer has a good command of the English language. Use can be made of course material in English. With a minimum of three participants, the training can also be provided entirely in English.
Prices mentioned are per person, including course material.
Lunch is included in the on-site training.
||4 sessions of three hours
|Price per day, excluding VAT
|Total, incl. VAT
After completion of the training, a Learnit certificate is issued as proof of participation.