We are living in a new age- The age of data, technology, and knowledge. The ability to be flexible, and resilient, and to pivot business and marketing strategies rapidly are the new rules of the game, creating a level of stress we have never before experienced. This new world is forcing us to innovate ways to thrive in our careers while we figure out how to work remotely in a digital world, build collaborative relationships across geographies, and solve local and global challenges while living meaningful and healthy lives.
In this new age, our fast-paced lifestyle requires that our brains track many data points at once — emails, texts, calls, meetings, news, and more — which creates anxiety, hyperactivity, exhaustion, and lack of focus.
Multitasking has become the norm in this new age. Many of us think multitasking is a critical skill for being productive; however, researchers claim it has negative mental and physical effects. Consequently, this accelerated speed of life shrinks our brains’ functioning, causing more mistakes, stress, anxiety, restlessness, and impatience.
The fast pace of modern living has caused many of us to forgo our health and well-being as we try to keep pace with work-related deadlines, and family commitments.
To thrive in this fast-paced world we need to be conscious of our health, strengths, and weaknesses. We need to understand how our emotions, behavior, and thinking impact our personal and corporate lives. We also need to know how to deal with the added stress in our lives to prevent us from burning out. In other words, we need to be more self-aware.
Introducing The Self-Awareness Empowerment Workshop
Self-awareness is the ability to notice and understand one’s feelings, emotions, instincts, or reactions and their effects on your mind and body and your performance. It allows you to use your feelings as a valuable source of insights and information about yourself; how you feel and why. How it helps or hurts what you are trying to achieve, as well as recognizing how others see you.
A study by the Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations (2010) found that self-awareness is the strongest predictor of overall success. Awareness of their weaknesses enables employees to work with others who have different strengths. They can more easily accept and benefit from the idea that someone else has better ideas or skills than their own. A lack of self-awareness can potentially alienate others by misunderstanding the impact your actions have on them.
In this interactive workshop, participants will discover how to grow in self-awareness, the physiological, psychological, and emotional impact of stress, and the ways they can minimize its negative effects on health, well-being, and performance.
Starting Date: 2nd March, 2024
Time: 12 pm – 4 pm EST
Cost: US$ 150