Leading positively through changeDelivery: Online, via video call | Duration: 1 hour This seminar assists leaders to positively support employees through times of change with a focus on the emotions of change, rather than just the WHAT and HOW of change. Leading Positively Through Change will give you specific strategies to implement for employees and managers including:
- Overview of the process and impacts of change
- Strategies based on positive psychology and neuroscience for positive leadership through times of change (applicable to self and others)
- Values-based leadership and behaviours and how they provide a strong foundation for change management
- Looking after self, managing stress and emotions through uncertainty
Managing Wellbeing in Wonky TimesDelivery: Online, via video call | Duration: 1 hour
On the recommendation from her peers, we engaged Tasha to present ‘Staying Mentally Well in Wonky Times!’, our first online event. Tasha was very easy and accommodating to work with and quickly tailored an event to meet the needs of our profession. The webinar was engaging and informative - helping our members to understand that people are at different places along the change continuum while also providing the steps to maintain a positive mental attitude. A. Cooper, Executive OfficerThis seminar will assist attendees to understand the process and impacts of change on our mental wellbeing
- Learn how to use neuroscience and positive psychology to better manage emotional wellbeing and proactively build mental buoyancy
- Learn strategies to positively manage change which can be implemented immediately
- Learn how to support others who are struggling with change
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Engaging and informative - helping our members to understand that people are at different places along the change continuum. ~ A.Cooper, Executive Officer, WAIS