Join leading expert Steph Peltier to learn about the neurobiology of resilience and how to cultivate it.
We all have spent a huge amount of mental energy to adapt to the Covid situation. Working from home, communicating with stakeholders in a very different way, juggling childcare with work, managing everyone’s expectations and for some experiencing isolation and loneliness, all of this has been draining our inner battery.
Of course, some of us are naturally more resilient than others but resilience is not something that we have or have not. Resilience is something that we can all build and must maintain. Resilience is this inner battery!
It is crucial that we recharge our inner battery so that we can keep going, maintaining not only our performance in the workplace but also our mental and physical health.
- This webinar is a one-hour power charge of the inner battery to allow us to keep on going through this transition, feeling refreshed, in control and energised.
- The webinar explains what resilience is from a scientific perspective and how stress and uncertainties impact it. Once we understand the neurobiology of resilience and the impact of a drained battery on our wellbeing and our performance at work, you will have the opportunity to identify your energy leaks and depleting activities and uncover ways to patch them up.
- You will discover and experience simple evidence-based techniques and strategies to keep calm, maintain your energy levels and optimise your cognitive functions (such as decision making).
- You will also learn how you can replenish your inner battery with simple self-care practices that will boost your energy levels, optimism and motivation.
Spotting & Preventing Burnout – 23 June 2021, 7pm
Wellbeing workshop facilitator
Steph Peltier is an expert in the Science of Happiness and a certified Mindfulness and Positive Neuroplasticity Training (PNT) coach. Her empathetic yet pragmatic approach is heavily grounded in science and her suggestions can easily be integrated into our busy lives.