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Flourishing or Floundering? How to Thrive in Times of Change
Fri 21 October 2016, 17:30 – 18:30 BST
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Are you dealing with change in your life, at work?
Are you perhaps considering change in your life, at work?
Some people seem to navigate a steady path through upheaval whilst others get stuck or lost. Understanding what is really going on inside - and what to do about it - can make all the difference between flourishing or floundering.
As part of Bristol's Healthy City Week, and to celebrate Better Food, St Werburghs stocking Choose to Flourish: How to Change Career and Thrive in Life by best selling author Rhian Sherrington, come and join this illuminating workshop and deepen your insights on how you too can flourish and not flounder.
Understand why so many people get stuck by a powerful, hidden obstacle and what you can do about it;
Discover your secret weapon to dealing with change, creating more confidence and self-belief in navigating yourself through times of upheaval;
Get access to practical, easy to use tools that you can use straight away on yourself and with others;
Enjoy an hour focusing on yourself, and putting your needs first, creating the space and time to think.
Oh, and the delicious and organic Better Food Cafe will be open to buy refreshements to help easy you into your downtime and the weekend!
We look forward to seeing you there!
Open to everyone over 16 years old, all abilities
(Babies and young children welcome - we understand about child care)
Wellbeing that doesn’t cost the earth – Healthy City Week 2016 15th – 22nd October
Healthy City Week 2016 (15th – 22nd October) aims to inspire citizens of Bristol to achieve healthier lifestyles as part of a more sustainable future city. With over 150 talks, workshops, taster sessions and open days, Healthy City Week will take place at venues across Bristol and invites you explore the links between our personal health and the health of our environment.
View full programme at www.bristolgreencapital.org/healthycityweek from 12th September 2016.