Universal children's day
In support of Universal Children’s day on the 20th November, Avril Kidd from EQ in action hosted a free workshop. All attendees received free brain style assessments for themselves and their families. As part of this workshop, they received a debrief on these brain styles and explored how to use the understanding of their brain styles to help protect the rights of children. Each person committed to a right that they wanted to protect. It is amazing to hear how one of the attendees has already noticed the difference in her communication with her children and spouse through having an insight into both her own and their brain styles. The Director of rugby for Clifton College was also present.
It is so exciting to see the increase in awareness and the commitment to improve communication and understanding of ourselves and our youth and to thereby start developing more healthy and effective relationships at home and in schools!