How do you bring out the best in job holders and the teams we work with? Gallup found that employees feel more confident, self-aware and productive when focusing on strengths rather than weaknesses. In turn, this leads to higher employee engagement, increased performance and significantly lower attrition rates. In this workshop, you will learn strategies to focus on your staff strengths, including how to conduct a performance appraisal which will help them set strengths-based goals and how to use them at work.
To ensure sustainable wellbeing in various aspects of our professional and personal lives, there are many factors to consider and conditions to nurture.
Learning an array of wellbeing strategies is the first step towards an improved quality of life. But how do we effectively integrate them into our lives so that we can reap the benefits in the long run?
Join our panel with Wellbeing Consultant Tara Schofield, Positive Psychology Coach Stephen Lew and Educator Matthew Koh as they discuss how to create an eco-system of wellbeing continuity across the different aspects of our lives!
In this complimentary online panel, learn how to:
1. Build a sustainable foundation for lifelong wellbeing
2. Integrate Positive Psychology into your personal and professional lives
3. Implement and continue Positive Education strategies for children and adults
Difficult conversations with our colleagues, supervisees and students' parents can be challenging to navigate. Most of the time, you may try to tolerate or not address it for fear of straining the relationship. However, doing so may mean that the situation gets more tenuous to manage and may impact the relationship you have in the long run. In this workshop, you will learn specific skills and processes on navigating these difficult conversations and emerging with a win-win outcome.
Traditionally, discipline might have been to manage misbehaviour by melting out consequences. However, often there is no recourse for wrongdoing, or students end up feeling resentful or guilty. The premise of Positive Discipline, however, is "connection before correction" i.e. in order to empower young people to shift their behaviour, we first form a relationship and then empower them to take responsibility for their actions in a respectful, kind and firm way. In this workshop, you will learn the 5 criteria for Positive Discipline as well as practical strategies you can bring into your classroom to make discipline more positive.
Have you ever experienced an incident where you just can't help feeling an overload of emotions and you end up breaking down or lashing out?
This may be a common case of "amygdala hijack", where the emotional storage in your brain overwrites your sensory and cognitive functions. Your emotions cloud your judgement and thoughts, resulting in negative and destructive outbursts like snapping or spiraling.
Though these outbursts can feel uncontrollable, there is a way to fortify yourself against them.
Join us in this session as we explore building self-awareness in the face of adversity. Learn how to identify your sub-conscious tendencies and what you can do to consciously react in more constructive ways. This is a 2-part special in Resilience.
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