Person Centered Thinking

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If people who use services or are supported by others are to have positive control over their lives, if they are to have self-directed lives within their own communities, then those who are around the person, especially those who do the day to day work, need to have person centered thinking skills.
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Person Centered Teams

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The Person Centered Teams training focuses on five elements, Purpose, People, Performance, Process and Progress, to address questions that are central to becoming a person centered team.

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Person Centered Supervision

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Person centered supervision training introduces a process of partnership that builds trust, empowerment and accountability in the supervisor/employee relationship. It empowers people to understand and support each other well in order to achieve results.

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Encouraging authenticity is probably the most threatening, yet most important thing that new leaders must do. To encourage the typical worker to express what he or she truly feels and honestly thinks about the products, the rules, the environment, the customers, and the possibilities and visions is to encourage the worker to no less than really come to work-heart, soul, hands, and mind.”

~Jeanne M. Plas
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