Building Resilience and Confidence Through Self-Awareness
17 October 2017
We have all heard about resilience and know how important it is to foster it and every year more and more organisations are investing in this area to build the resilience of their people and especially their leaders. However there’s a common notion that resilience is all about ‘bounce back’ and whilst it is crucial now more than ever to be able to ‘recover’ from setbacks , it’s powerful to be able to put yourself in the driving seat and build your personal resilience so that you can access peak performance states and create success that’s sustainable and sustains you. There’s so much more to resilience than ‘toughing it out’ and cultivating the right mindset. To be a resilience superstar you need to adopt a more holistic approach that includes mind , body , spirit and emotion. When you can strengthen across all those domains then real transformation occurs.
This session will give you the chance to explore these four domains and gain some insight into where you could benefit from some focus and development. You will be introduced to some leading edge tools that will help you become a resilience superstar yourself and enjoy the sort of success that fuels you as opposed to drains you. These are techniques that can take you from breakdown to breakthrough. That’s the hallmark of the transformative resilience.
Joanna is a highly experienced UK and international executive coach who has been working with individuals and senior management teams to help them fulfill their potential and leverage their strengths for more than 12 years. Joanna’s style is energetic, open and inspirational and she likes to work with people to help them reconnect with what is really important to them so that they can truly unlock their potential. Joanna firmly believes that real change happens from the inside out.
Joanna is also co-author of ‘The Suited Hippy And The Stress Junkie’ ( Reed McKenna)
Date: Tuesday 17 October, 6.30-8.30pm
Venue: Rock Recruitment Solutions, Austin House, 43 Poole Road, Bournemouth, Dorset BH4 9DN
Event Cost: £16 (includes drinks and light refreshments)
Parking: Plenty in car parks close by
Doors open at 6pm for drinks and food before we start at 6.30pm.
How to book your place:
sorry if you haven’t booked – we’ll see you in 2018 🙂
Please note that the booking fee covers the cost of organising the event which includes light refreshments and a finger buffet, plus small donation to a charity that supports women.
- Before the day: refund or payment put towards future event
- On the day: payment put towards future event
- No show without notice: no refunds or future event reservation – you lose your money – sorry!
Marie, Kelly and Ginette
The Aspiring Women Dorset Team