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‘Get Productive Wheel: how to achieve more and feel less stressed’
Thu 25 May 2017, 14:00 – 16:30 BST
"In order to carry a positive action we must develop a positive vision." Dalai Lama
Has 2017 not kicked off the way you intended? Still feeling the pressure of 2016 and tiring from the weight of what may happen later in the year? We all do at times! But what if you could tire less, achieve more, feel less stressed and be prepared for future challenges?
If you can identify with the above then our next CPD Event ‘Get Productive Wheel: how to achieve more and feel less stressed’ is the perfect solution.
Join us on the 25th of May for this practical and interactive workshop to learn a simple and effective tool which will help you direct attention to what truly counts for you, overcome those frustrating moments and simply start to excel one step at a time. This tool can be applied in your career, work goals, a business venture or even realising your personal creative ambition in less time and with more impact.
What you will gain from this workshop?
- Reduce your stress and worries
- Revive your mindset
- Raise your productivity by gaining insight and pinpoint specific activities to assist you
- Discover what's getting in your way of success and how to overcome the roadblocks
- Learn about two wonderful helpers that are always on your team: the critic and the nurturer and how to access their help
The Guest Speaker:
Magdalena Bak-Maier is a trained neuroscientists and change maker who has dedicated her life to teaching people how to operate with more ‘heart’. Connecting heart and mind is one of the biggest challenges for society and therefore the opportunity to create a better world, effective leadership and good self-management is paramount. Magdalena is the author of the bestselling book “Get Productive!”, and the inventor of the Get Productive Wheel™ a thinking approach which has been delivered to leading technical companies including NASA, top UK and European Universities, and the NHS.
Magdalena is fascinated by how people succeed on a lasting basis. Her work is motivated by a deep curiosity of human behaviour, and how we function. She applies neuroscience and psychotherapy insights to develop human empowerment. For more information please feel free to visit her website.
Website: www.maketimecount.com If you are interested in Magdalena’s books then there will be copies available at the event. (Books: DaVinciOnline www.maketimecount.com/davinci)
The Lift, 45 White Lion St
London, N1 9PW
25th of May
Start time: 14.00
End time: 16:30
Nearest Tube and Bus information:
Angel Underground Station, 5 minutes walk.
Buses: 4, 19, 30, 38, 43, 56, 73, 153,
205, 214, 341, 476
Is lunch and refreshments included?
We supply tea & coffee at the start of the event.
What can I bring into the event?
On arrival you will receive a welcome pack containing some helpful tools but you
can also bring a pen and note pad or laptop/tablet if preferred.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
call: 01884 266 005
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