Three Good Personal Development Programme

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The Three Good Personal Development Programme is based on research and evidence from psychology to help you think about your personal growth

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The aim of personal development is to grow as an individual. To become the best version of yourself.

Being the best version of yourself takes work. It takes time, and thinking, and reflection, and action and patience.

In this programme, I'm going to take the best of the research from psychology, to deliver a personal development programme steeped in current thinking, reflective practise, and shared learning experiences.

What is Three Good Personal Development Programme?

It's a 20 week programme. I know, right! 20 weeks!

Well, you see, personal development takes time. If you want to give it the right focus and attention it deserves, it will continue long after 20 weeks, and become a set of thinking and behaviours that you re-visit time and again many times over.

So, yes, 20 weeks!

It's a mix of:

- Modular learning - Each month, we'll be covering the topics below. Each session is 2 hours long, and we take the time to go deep into the topics, learn well and have open and reflective discussions.

- Shared learning - We learn at our best when with a safe group to learn with and from. We'll be using Slack as a the digital platform for our shared learning.

- Personal learning journal - From the first week, you'll be encouraged to start some form of personal learning journal. That can take whatever form you need - written, audio, video.

Who is the programme for?

It's for anyone who:

  • Has an interest in psychology and human potential
  • Wants to learn evidence-led and research-based models and theories
  • Has started other personal development courses, but not found anything lasting
  • Has some understanding of personal growth, and wants to learn more
  • Has an interest in improving their own resilience and wellbeing
  • Knows they want to go through personal growth but not sure where to begin

What are the topics we'll be covering?

For more information about the five modules, read more on the blog here.

The monthly modules will be delivered in live webinars, and recorded so you can access them whenever is convenient for you.

In the online community, we'll be sharing additional content and having shared discussions with others.

What kind of theories are we going to be learning?

This whole programme is mainly designed and influenced by research and evidence from the field of positive psychology in particular. It's been a field of study within psychology over about the last 20 years.

There will be no pseudoscience, no fake news, no personal opinion. It will be well informed, and designed to be an ethical programme.

What does social learning mean?

There are many theories about how people learn. One of the accepted insights is that we learn best together. Modern technology means we can connect with others who are interested in similar things as us and learn from one another. For example the online knitting community, or online gaming community are prime examples. People willingly share videos to help others learn and to discuss what they're doing and how they're doing it.

In this programme, we'll be taking that same idea and applying it to personal development and your personal learning. Slack is a free to use app, which can be used for private conversations like the ones we'll be having on the programme. In there, we'll be able to share documents, research, videos, podcasts, and all sorts with one another. Importantly, we'll be able to actively discuss these things with each other in a safe and private forum.

What is reflective practice?

Reflective practice is a technique where you take the time to reflect on yourself, your emotions and your actions. By doing this, you are able to think about specific scenarios, understand how you feel and react in those scenarios improving your self-awareness. The practice of reflecting in this way helps you to better think about different parts of your day, the relationships you have, the time you have by yourself, and what you think and feel about yourself.

On the programme, we are going to do this in a number of ways. The journal is one way. Another will be on the Slack group, where each week we'll be discussing our reflections. Doing this with a support group means you are able to explore your thoughts and feelings in a safe environment.

Who is running the programme?

The programme leader is Sukhvinder Pabial. Sukh is an occupational psychologist, and for the last 17 years has been working in the field of learning and development. He actively uses insights from psychology to design and deliver workshops and strategic leadership development for organisations. His expertise in the field of personal development comes from personal study in positive psychology, emotional intelligence, resilience and wellbeing and over the years delivered training courses on the subject, delivered many presentations and talks on the topic, and has a podcast dedicated to the area.

What do I get at the end of the programme?

The programme is not accredited by any university or research organisation. It's a personal development programme based on widely available research and evidence.

Consider if you work with a personal trainer at the gym, you don't get a certificate at the end of your work with them. Or spending time with a therapist, you don't get a certificate for completing the therapy.

What you get is 20 weeks of time to reflect and think about your personal development. You may not even come away with answers, but you'll certainly be on the path for continued self-learning and self-discovery.

What are the fees?

If you're interested in the programme, it will be £350 (+ VAT) per person.

Get in touch with Sukh directly if you need to talk about different options for payment.

Once you have registered, you have 3 weeks from the date of the booking to cancel your booking after which your booking is non-refundable.

The cost is at a low price for a few reasons:

1. I want this programme to be as accessible to people as it can be

2. The programme costs are low, so I can pass that on

3. Inclusion matters. Personal development and growth isn't just for people who can afford it.

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