In this workshop we will share a mental fitness model that is designed to tame the scariest of monsters -- in your head, that is. In truth: who knows what is good or what is bad.
But in our heads, our mental saboteurs wreak a stress-inducing, option-narrowing game that negatively impact our success at work, the quality of our relationships, and our personal well-being.
Mental fitness is the "x" factor when it comes to not only surviving, but thriving in our increasingly turbulent world. When you’re not physically fit, you feel physical stress as you climb a steep hill. When you’re not mentally fit, you feel mental stress, such as anxiety, frustration, or unhappiness, as you handle work and relationship challenges.
What will the Webinar cover?
Draw the connection between mental fitness as the key forerunner to achieving physical fitness, heightened wellbeing and happiness.
Introduce you to Positive Intelligence – PQ – and how you can take command of your Saboteurs by building ‘sage’ muscle in your brain.
Introduce WRAW as a starting point for you in identifying your gaps across the 5 pillars of Resilience – Energy, Future Focus, Inner Drive, Flexible Thinking and Strong Relationships.
Who is the Webinar for?
This webinar is for anybody who wants to explore Positive Intelligence as a way to strengthen your mental fitness and that of others. Ideal for professionals in HR and L&D who want to explore PQ as a tool to improve happiness and performance in their organization.
The Taste 4 Success Skillnet represents a significant, innovative and strategic collaboration between a growing number of member companies across a number of specific food and beverage sub-sectors, such as production, processing, artisan and services.
The Taste 4 Success Skillnet started out with a small group of 16 companies in 1999 based in the north west of Ireland, and since then it has grown its membership to over four hundred active members across a national base.
The network offers training programmes and to give support, impetus and trainee numbers in order to run cost effective and localised training for its members. To become a member of the network (free membership) click here to find out more.
TrainedIn has been helping these very people during the COVID-19 Crisis by hosting webinars to connect them with potential clients.
In 2019, our founder, Sorcha Finucane, conceptualised the idea of TrainedIn. It’s mission? To make researching and booking training courses so much easier.
As TrainedIn was being built, Sorcha realised that she could use the technology to help with another subject she felt passionately about: enhancing sustainability for small businesses and freelancers.
TrainedIn launched in April 2020. Yes, right at the start of the Covid-19 lockdown. (The first one…!) Throughout the year, TrainedIn has been running free webinars to connect freelancers and small training businesses to potential clients. Our promise is always to match highly skilled professionals with the individuals and businesses looking for their services.
Teresa Hand Campbell
Teresa, is Director of THC Consultancy Ltd. based in the Midlands of Ireland and specialises in all aspects of behaviour and relations at work, facilitating recruitment drives, training, teamwork, action mapping and strategic foresight with organisations, large and small, across both public and private sectors here in Ireland and abroad.
She has successfully coached over 400 Senior Executives, lectured to Masters level in Leadership & Management in the Workplace (UL/2017 ongoing) and continues to deliver inspiring bespoke Talks and Training to audiences of all sizes around key topics of interest, most notably: ‘Approaches to Co-Creating a Great Place to Work’, ‘Managing Respectful Communications in the Workplace’, ‘The Leaders’ Role in Staff Resilience’, ‘Conflict Management: A Local Solution to a Local Problem’, ‘The Complete Leader in a Virtual World’, ‘Achieving Work- Life Integration’, ‘Emotional Intelligence as the Modulator of Stress among Leaders in the Workplace’, ‘Effective Communication at Work’, to name but a few.