To give people the tools, skills and knowledge needed to improve their relationships by developing a greater understanding of behaviour.
We offer online and face-to-face training sessions and workshops in restorative practice, for individuals, families, schools and the workplace.
Our mission is to inspire a kinder, safer, more compassionate society, starting with our young people and working with families and the wider workforce.
Restorative practice will help you to create and maintain better relationships, become more self-aware and to see conflict as a part of life, that provides us with an opportunity to greater understand ourselves and each other. At RPTC We understand that all behaviour is an attempt to meet a need and know that when we create conditions where needs are met, we create conditions for everyone to thrive.
We have learnt from experience that too much of anything is not a good thing. We want associates to find balance in their work and to provide balance in the work we deliver. This means ensuring they maintain a sensible and reasonable balance between work and home-life. We should also aim to present a balanced and research-led approach to
We have learnt from experience that too much of anything is not a good thing. We want associates to find balance in their work and to provide balance in the work we deliver. This means ensuring they maintain a sensible and reasonable balance between work and home-life. We should also aim to present a balanced and research-led approach to culture change in schools, always presenting more than one side of the argument.
We want to know how people are feeling, we encourage and invite associates to share concerns with us when they become aware of what Susan David would describe as “emotional data” and request what Brene Brown would describe as a “Rumble”. See Rumble policy
We want all of our associates to enjoy the work they do and to be motivated to share ideas for developing our training offer. We want to recognise the experience and expertise of associates and encourage them to develop their own programmes to be promoted by and form part of RPTC’s portfolio of training. See Associate Payments document.
We believe in treating people fairly. Fairness is not about everyone getting the same, it’s about everyone getting what they need. We request that associates make us aware of any additional support needs and adjustments will be made to ensure they are supported to carry out the work.
We trust associates to do their work to the best of their ability and that they will ask for support should they need it. We trust that associates will be professional at all times and will uphold the excellent reputation of RPTC. We trust associates to do what they say they will, when they say they will.
We do the right thing and the thing right. We are values-based and driven. If something doesn’t feel right, it probably isn’t. Susan David in her work on Emotional Agility describes 4 stages required for an emotionally agile workplace. They are show up, Step out, Walk your Why, Move on.
More information about this approach can be found Here
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