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Most education professionals will agree that managing the parents is far more difficult than managing the students. You’d probably also agree that 5% of the parents cause 95% of the duress.

This niche course was designed by an organisational psychologist specifically for Education Professionals. We also recommend inviting non-teaching staff, so the school has an integrated strategy to deal with difficult parents.

Difficult parents have a knack of weaving around your protocols. So, it's important to have a robust strategy in place. Of course, parents have a right to air their views. But they don’t have a right to menace and cause unpleasantness to staff. Our course is designed to make the task of dealing with difficult parents easy and equips participants with the skill to effectively handle challenging situations. Participants will also discover techniques to diffuse a situation quickly before it escalates. With powerful strategies to deal with difficult parents, you can manage conflict in educational settings.

Because of their size, parents may be difficult to discipline properly.
— P. J. O’Rourke


When you become a parent, or a teacher, you turn into a manager of this whole system. You become the person controlling the bubble of innocence around a child, regulating it.
— Kazuo Ishiguro

KEY LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the conclusion of this course participants will be able to:

  • Implement strategies for better managing difficult parents
  • Identify common causes of difficult behaviour in parents
  • Apply a behavioural style framework to better manage behaviours
  • Develop rapport (even when it seems impossible)
  • Influence difficult parents to achieve a better outcome for the parent, teacher and child
  • Fine-tune and clarify your protocols (a chain is only as strong as its weakest link)
  • Identify boundaries and stay safe when a challenging situation occurs
  • Discover how to deflect, diffuse, interrupt and delay the anger
  • Differentiate between pathological and situation difficult behaviours
  • Revisit your strategy to position your response to unwelcome parent behaviour
  • Agree action plans

Guidelines

  • Group Size: An ideal group size is 12– 25 participants.
  • Venue: For your convenience, you can choose to conduct this program at your offices. Alternatively, we can provide a venue at a small additional cost.
  • Cost: Upon request.
  • Target Audience: Education Professionals (and non-teaching staff)

Look at what you receive within 24 hours at no cost:

  • a program outline
  • a bio of a proposed facilitator
  • program cost
  • possible dates (if requested)

Apart from this course take a look at our courses on Dealing with Challenging Situations, Dealing with Aggressive People Course, and Behavioural Adjustment Techniques In Intense Situations Training. If you have any queries, feel free to call us today.

Dealing with Difficult Parents 4.3 out of 5 based on 67 user ratings.

Most education professionals will agree that managing the parents is far more difficult than managing the students. You’d probably also agree that 5% of the parents cause 95% of the duress.

This niche course was designed by an organisational psychologist specifically for Education Professionals. We also recommend inviting non-teaching staff, so the school has an integrated strategy to deal with difficult parents.

Difficult parents have a knack of weaving around your protocols. So, it's important to have a robust strategy in place. Of course, parents have a right to air their views. But they don’t have a right to menace and cause unpleasantness to staff. Our course is designed to make the task of dealing with difficult parents easy and equips participants with the skill to effectively handle challenging situations. Participants will also discover techniques to diffuse a situation quickly before it escalates. With powerful strategies to deal with difficult parents, you can manage conflict in educational settings.

Because of their size, parents may be difficult to discipline properly.
— P. J. O’Rourke


When you become a parent, or a teacher, you turn into a manager of this whole system. You become the person controlling the bubble of innocence around a child, regulating it.
— Kazuo Ishiguro

KEY LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the conclusion of this course participants will be able to:

  • Implement strategies for better managing difficult parents
  • Identify common causes of difficult behaviour in parents
  • Apply a behavioural style framework to better manage behaviours
  • Develop rapport (even when it seems impossible)
  • Influence difficult parents to achieve a better outcome for the parent, teacher and child
  • Fine-tune and clarify your protocols (a chain is only as strong as its weakest link)
  • Identify boundaries and stay safe when a challenging situation occurs
  • Discover how to deflect, diffuse, interrupt and delay the anger
  • Differentiate between pathological and situation difficult behaviours
  • Revisit your strategy to position your response to unwelcome parent behaviour
  • Agree action plans

Guidelines

  • Group Size: An ideal group size is 12– 25 participants.
  • Venue: For your convenience, you can choose to conduct this program at your offices. Alternatively, we can provide a venue at a small additional cost.
  • Cost: Upon request.
  • Target Audience: Education Professionals (and non-teaching staff)

Look at what you receive within 24 hours at no cost:

  • a program outline
  • a bio of a proposed facilitator
  • program cost
  • possible dates (if requested)

Apart from this course take a look at our courses on Dealing with Challenging Situations, Dealing with Aggressive People Course, and Behavioural Adjustment Techniques In Intense Situations Training. If you have any queries, feel free to call us today.

Dealing with Difficult Parents 4.3 out of 5 based on 67 user ratings.