We often look at other people and think they are more capable than we are. We see them going through real challenges and we marvel at their ability to keep going. The reality is, each of us already has everything we need to manage whatever life throws at us. We don’t need any particular IQ or level of education, a specific personality type, our lucky pen or even money in our pocket. In this live webinar, Lisa will show you the abilities and inner tools you already have and how to use your own physiology to manage stress and boost your well-being so that you will not just survive but really thrive. This is a fun and practical session and you will be able to implement what you’ve learned immediately.

This webinar will cover:

  • Know the importance of maintaining your well-being as a priority
  • How to know when other interventions are needed
  • Quick and free ways to overcome bad habits and boost your health and well-being every day
  • Simple techniques for harnessing your own physiology to keep calm, in advance and on the spot

Course Tutor

Lisa is a Resilience and Leadership Executive Coach and Trainer who works with leaders in business, industry and healthcare across Ireland and the UK. Originally a nurse and midwife, she has been a business owner for 10 years. She is on several coaching and mentoring panels in private, semi-state and cross-border bodies. Her R.E.A.L. Leadership online programme is accredited for 7 CPD points and she is an accredited Coach of Excellence. She is also a Certified Just Culture Champion and has a special interest in Restorative Just Culture which aims to replace the blame culture with justice, fairness, accountability, healing and learning - particularly in safety critical sectors. She is the author and presenter of Top Tips for Leaders on Elite Radio Online and speaks regularly on local and national stages on Resilience and other topics.

Course Duration and Delivery

Public Training This is a 2h course when delivered as a webinar.

Course Booking

Wellbeing for Early Years Educators. Webinar. 27 Jul 2021

Public Training

Webinar: Date: 27 Jul 2021, 7-9pm.

You will receive instructions on how to register and join the webinar the day before the webinar takes place.

Availability: 49