DURING THE training YOU WILL DISCOVER:
what does Change mean to you
what are your Core values and how they can support you
how to respond to Change and what type of reactions are beneficial in different situations
how to transform your ‘low’ moments into source of strength
How to survive in the VUCA world?
Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, Ambiguity
These words perfectly describe our world. To face everyday challenges we need to make sure that our response to them is accurate. How to survive in such an environment without panicking and letting our fears take over the steering wheel?
Training by Emilia Bożek
Who the workshop is for
people who would like to discover their Core Values and learn how they impact their decisions
REACTION TO CHANGE
people who would like to discover what is their preferred style of reaction to change
people who would like to learn how to improve their inner resilience to changes
people who would like to experience a short moment of relaxation after all these inevitable changes
INTERESTED ON OUR TRAININGS?
Description of the workshop
Change resilience - how to survive in the VUCA world?
During my workshop we will work in three different areas: knowledge, skills and beliefs. Main goal is to improve resilience in everyday life situations through agility and consciousness. During the session you will have the opportunity to discover new things about yourself. There will be a time for reflection on your past experience. You will learn how such experience could influence your current choices. You will learn that change is inevitable and it’s only us who can decide how to respond to it.
I am convinced that practice is the key so the more interactive sessions we can have together, the better. However as a future participant you need to have in mind that it would require your willingness to try yourself out. Without it we will face just another ‘mandatory improvement training’.
As a prerequisite for the workshop I would like you to think about recent situations when you experienced change. Choose one and try to note down what happened in this situation. What kind of change was it, was it expected change, what was your attitude, what was the real impact on you. You can keep the description generic. During the workshop you will have an opportunity to reflect on this situation and you might be able to share your insights with the group. However, have in mind that this will happen only if you feel comfortable with sharing your experience.