- Tackle stress by harnessing the power of mental habits to take control of your life.
- Increased level of self-awareness by learning how to be resourceful and identify a self-care toolkit customised to your lifestyle.
- Create more meaningful connections using the “DISC profile” and improve communication and teamwork.
- Discover your unique values & strengths that drive your behaviour & improve your productivity.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the lives of billions of people around the world. Factors such as social disconnect, blurred boundaries of juggling home & life commitments, childcare strains & uncertainty about the future have resulted in an increase in mental challenges by 30% (CIPD Wellbeing Report).
- 50% of managers fear staff are burning out because of Covid-19 (People Management).
- Pre-Covid “Stress” has been dubbed the “Health Epidemic of the 21st Century” by the World Health Organization & is estimated to cost over $300 billion a year.
In the increasingly and endlessly turbulent context of today’s working world, the resilience of both individuals and organisations becomes paramount in order to survive and thrive.
Throughout the programme you will be set exercises that support you in Creating Habits. Regular, no nonsense accountability coaching to take back control so you can be at your best & thrive regardless of the outer circumstances.
AFTER THE WORKSHOP
You will walk away with:
- Identify and manage stress in a more a responsive way
- Improve your relationships & become better in communicating with colleagues
- Eliminate stress and overwhelm using the Resilience Simple formula to increase your productivity
- Increase unlimited natural energy in your body so you can thrive in the workplace
When we armour ourselves with the tools that develop resilience, we can handle uncertainty & change in a more responsive way.
“More than education, more than experience, more than training a person’s level of resilience will determine who succeeds and who fails. This is true in the cancer ward. It is true in the and it is true in the Olympics and its true in the boardroom”
“Harvard University School Press”