A key element of Talent Dynamics for relationships is the work we do with families. The family unit is the “birthplace” of successful people, and the rise of those not so fortunate … all based on the dynamics within the family.
Aside from acknowledging the enormous amount of material (strategies and resources) available to families seeking to grow and develop, we believe there is a piece of the puzzle still not being fully addressed.
As such, our focus is to provide parents with an understanding of the differing (and usually complementing) behaviours, natural talents and strengths all family members possess through a host of Talent Dynamics (link to TD page) resources and a suite of uniquely developed strategies. Knowing, and engaging, this enables parents to better support each other (as individuals as well as parents) and be better equipped to encourage their children in a supportive environment.
This allows them, and the family as a whole unit, to grow and develop to their full potential, where all members show respect and awareness and where all members are allowed to follow their own pathways free from discouragement.
We are very fortunate to be able to work with families across a number of countries, which has provided us with a great insight into the cultural and demographic impacts on even some of the more “basic” family decisions.
Dynamic re-Engagement places an emphasis on:
- the importance of parents working positively on their own relationship as well as with their children
- the provision of a very encouraging and supportive environment within which to nurture children
- the opportunity to grow and live as a harmonious and closely knit family unit.
The emphasis of all our programs is on helping parents and children begin to act and engage via their natural energies, strengths etc, to learn to interact in their natural way and not be forced to be like anyone else, or be controlled by another person’s view on how something should be done.
Our programs and resources assist parents to focus on how to:
- teach their children through example
- talk to their children in a way they will understand
- guide and discipline their children through the application of their own unique talents
- encourage and support their children (and their growth and development) through utilising their natural behaviours and talents
- engage with and support each other as parents through awareness and acceptance
- be in flow individually and as a family unit
- enjoy a full life as a family … naturally