You can't manage time, but you can make better decisions about how to use it and this workshop gives you the tools to do just that!
What will I learn?
“If you allow your whole self to be absorbed by the demands and agendas of a persecutory to-do list scribbled by others, you will quickly lose the very dimension of life that makes it liveable”. - Josh Cohen
So true! We set off to work fully intending to give our best and get the most out of the day. But what happens? We become distracted by short term crises, other people’s to do lists, or we just lose sight of the big picture. We don’t do it deliberately, but we often finish the day feeling exhausted, frustrated and disappointed. We vow to do better tomorrow but instead we spend our lives trying to catch up.
“We never shall have any more time. We have, and we have always had, all the time there is” (Arnold Bennett. ‘How to Live on 24 Hours a Day’).
No one can manage time, so this is really a workshop about how you manage you. Previous participants have:
* cut hours from their working day
* renewed their commitment to self-care and personal well-being
* found the courage to delegate and seek support for their work
* found the motivation for their side-hustle
* identified ways to eliminate time wasting habits from their daily routine
What will you discover?
Who is the training suitable for?
Anyone who needs:
*reminding of what they are great at and the skills they should be making most use of in work.
*to reassess their objectives and how best to work towards them.
*help in avoiding other peoples' dramas so they can focus on what's important to them
*clarity on what they want work to do for them and why they do it – how it supports career and life aspirations.
*insights into the compromises they are currently making in life to accommodate the demands of their work and the consequences of those compromises themselves and those around them
Training provided by:
Shirley Hensher, The Change Agent
I help ambitious hardworking professionals shape working lives which bring out the best in them so they achieve success on their terms with less effort and more joy.
I do this through 121 coaching and workshops in which my clients reconnect with their best selves removing the limitations in their thinking, behaviours and beliefs which prevent them from having a rewarding working life. We get so caught up in the work and the being busy that we don't stand back and ask ourselves "why?" and "who is it all for?" We need a fresh perspective. That's where I come in.
If we're to make the most of our short time on earth then don't we owe it to ourselves to work in ways which energise us and make the most of our talents? That's when we can give more of ourselves to others. I call it "Working with Purpose".