Webinar: Win kids’ cooperation without fears, tears and cauliflower ears

$37.00

Let’s face it, many discipline measures of the past just don’t cut it anymore. That doesn’t mean that raising respectful, well-behaved and cooperative kids isn’t important. In this era of digital distraction, shifting society norms and changing attitudes toward authority, discipline has just become a whole lot harder. In this webinar experienced parenting educator Michael Grose will share the best of his tried and true techniques to help you get more cooperation and better behaviour from even the most challenging kids.

Tuesday 14 August 2018 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM AEST

Let’s face it, many discipline measures of the past just don’t cut it anymore. That doesn’t mean that raising respectful, well-behaved and cooperative kids isn’t important. In this era of digital distraction, shifting society norms and changing attitudes toward authority, discipline has just become a whole lot harder. In this webinar, experienced parenting educator Michael Grose will share the best of his tried and true techniques to help you get more cooperation and better behaviour from even the most challenging kids.

In this webinar you’ll learn:

  • the parenting style that’s best suited to raising cooperative, well-behaved and successful kids in the 21st Century
  • the most important question to ask yourself when kids repeatedly misbehave, that will lead to behavioural improvement
  • an easy-to-apply approach to help you get more cooperation from kids without repeating yourself, raising your voice or bringing kids to tears
  • a practical definition of misbehaviour that you can use in any situation
  • two types of consequences to use to get more responsible behaviour and the secret to making them stick
  • when kids need to be listened to and when their behaviour needs managing.

This webinar will be hosted by Dr Jodi Richardson with presenter Michael Grose.

Dr Jodi Richardson
Parenting Ideas expert
Wellbeing and mental health

Jodi is a mental health, wellbeing and happiness science speaker and educator. She is a mother of two primary-school-aged children and is the founder and director of Happier on Purpose, the mental health and wellbeing expert for Parenting Ideas and writer for both print and online publications.

Jodi has developed her expertise over two decades of professional work in teaching, wellbeing, clinical practice and elite sport, including working for beyondblue on the national schools-based initiative for the prevention of depression.

Integral to Jodi’s work is helping parents and teachers to nurture resilient, relaxed, playful kids who develop lifelong habits of happiness and flourishing mental health.

Michael Grose

Michael Grose is one of Australia’s leading parenting educators. He’s the author of 10 books for parents including his latest release Spoonfed Generation: How to raise independent children.

A trailblazer in the parenting and educational scenes Michael regularly appears in the media throughout Australia in programs including The Project, The Today Show and ABC radio.

Michael was recognised for his contribution to parenting and education when he was elevated to the PSA Speaker Hall of Fame in 2013. He is also a past winner of the PSA Australian Educator of the Year award.

Michael was the first person to conduct a parenting seminar to Federal politicians in Parliament House Canberra. He’s also the parent of three children who have all successfully flown the parenting nest.

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