Brief Action Planning
Brief Action Planning is a self-management support approach to help people make action plans to address the aspects of their health or situation that are most important to them.
It is a practical and highly structured technique that is based on the literature and evolving understanding of what works and doesn’t to help people change.
Brief Action Planning is designed to:
- Incorporate the Spirit of Motivational Interviewing (compassion, acceptance, partnership, and evocation)
- Use a stepped care approach
- Use a person- and family-centred health care approach
- Build Self-Efficacy
- Develop skills for independent self-management
- Create concrete and realistic plans in under 10 minutes
Attendees will learn some practical tools for action planning and giving information and advice to use in busy environments. The tools are based on evolving literature about what works and what does not work to help people change.
Who Should Attend:
- CEOs, Executive Directors, Directors of Employment
- Facilitators and Case Managers
- Vocational Rehabilitation Specialists
- Job Developers
- Job Coaches
- Vocational Assessors
- Team Leaders
- Regional Managers
- Case Managers
- Job Search & Employment Advisors
- Customized Employment Advisors
- Intake Workers
- Wage Subsidy Advisors
- Client Services Managers
- Employability Skills Facilitators
About the Presenter:
Sam Burnett is dedicated to building constructive and collaborative opportunities for growth and development within teams and across organizations. He works with organizations to design skill and capacity building programs that improve their services and functioning.
Cost: $25 for ASPECT members, $40 for non-members