Have you ever come up with amazing New Year's resolutions such as losing extra weight, starting saving up money, starting your own business, exercising regularly, changing your career, eating much healthier or quitting smoking. You pumped yourself up with great enthusiasm and thought things are going to be very different this year. Fast forward - what happened a month down the line?
If you are as the majority of us, you have probably gone back to where you started. If you are helping others to create a change, you probably have seen that in their lives too. And that's OK. Our brains resist a sudden change. Humans are the creatures of habits. We form habits subconsciously without even realising it and yet we often struggle to change them. If you are fed up of this yo-yo effect in your own and your clients' lives and want to gradually create a lasting change, then you might want to consider learning how to work according to your brain rather than against it. In this workshop doctor of neuroscience and performance coach Gabija Toleikyte will explain why our brains resist change and will share with you brain activity-based strategies on creating a lasting change.
In this workshop of Dr. Gabija Toleikyte will explain:
- Can we develop our talents and intelligence?
- What conditions are needed for your brain to change?
- How our mindset affect our achievements?
- Learn brain activity-based strategies to create a lasting change.
- Create yourself a plan which will help you to be successful in 2017!
Moreover, you will be surrounded by other like-minded people and do fun interactive tasks together.
Join if you want to understand other people better and to improve your relationships.
Testimonials of previous workshops/seminars
"I attended Gabi's first workshop in January and was at the point of giving up on my long term goal of becoming a freelance coach and wellbeing expert. After attending the second workshop and having a thirty-minute coaching call with G, not only is my dream now alive again, more importantly, I am making progress towards it with concrete actions. This is thanks to Gabija, whose coaching really works. Thanks Gabija for helping me to keep the dream alive and having fun with it!" - Angelina
"What I got from the last seminar was a reconnection with loving life in the full and inspiration to work through changes that will facilitate that. It was most enjoyable. I will be booking into the next one!" - Richard
"I thoroughly enjoyed this. Good to hear things that make me happy are actually good for my brain & my creativity. I'll be back" - Anna
"Really brilliant and engaging. The speaker brought the best out of the audience, and vice versa" - Tomas
"Stimulating, thought provoking and lively. I loved the interactive format as it kept the momentum of the presentation going. I also met some lovely people." - Heather
"A greatly balanced talk, enough information to spark your curiosity and make your brain move but just enough to prevent information overload. Already booked another talk with Gabija" - Simona
About the Speaker
Dr. Gabija Toleikyte is a neuroscientist and business coach. She has completed her PhD at the University College London on the neuronal basis of memory and navigation. During her years of PhD Gabija has acquired business coach qualification and worked as an internal coach at UCL for the senior academics and administrative staff. By now Gabija has successfully coached over a hundred of academics, businessmen, professional athletes, corporate executives, entrepreneurs, charities on work performance, effective leadership, goal clarity, career transition, work life balance, assertiveness, fearless public speaking, building constructive relationships at work and other topics.
Combining coaching experience with neuroscience insights allowed Gabija to develop unique seminars, where solid neuroscience research is presented in the context of the topics relevant for organisations. Gabija has been delivering individually tailored seminars to executives of the corporate companies, coaches and directors of the coaching companies, management consultancies, scientific institutes and universities, teenagers at schools and teacher training programs and in the change management programs for school principals.
In addition to this she has spent many happy hours rock climbing, racing in the velodrome, filming her own talk show and teaching science and critical thinking in schools to children from disadvantaged backgrounds. And that’s even without Duracell!