Personal Development Workshops

Managing Stress For Leadership 

It is said our life experiences are only the outer effects of our inner thoughts. We cannot always control our lives, but we can learn to understand and control our thoughts.  We will explore different ways of understanding our thoughts, and how to stay in the present moment – not in the past or future- by using various techniques and skills.

Cultivating Mindfulness For Leaders

Mindfulness allows us to understand and see how we default automatically to our attachments and aversions.  This workshop will explore ways of changing habitual self-defeating patterns.  Through self-observation, we can begin to notice our thoughts and then take actions leading to better choices and results. Simple exercises will be offered in order to understand how we respond to sensory input through our thoughts, emotions and bodies.

Manifesting for Leaders: Creating What You Want In Life 

This workshop will focus on understanding who you are, what you want out of life, and how to achieve it.  We will discuss ways to achieve a life of abundance, purpose and fulfillment.  Exercises will be offered for calming the mind, thoughts and actions.

Moving from Personal Chaos to Clarity for Leaders

Understanding your core values, intentions and goals allows for clear options and priorities. This conscious approach of responding instead of reacting to situations can develop mindful-decisions.  Exercises are offered and the five kinds of decisions are discussed.

Living Skillfully with Difficulty

Difficult times are an unavoidable part of life.  Sometimes the difficulties we encounter are minor but tedious, other times they are major and dramatic. Simple exercises are offered to support different  ways of living skillfully through challenging times without collapsing into self-defeating behavior.

Successful Change

We all know changing behavior is hard, but we don’t understand why it is and what we can do about it. This workshop explores the dynamics of change and how to overcome resistance. A simple powerful exercise helps to identify core assumptions and competing commitments, allowing us to successfully change self-defeating behavior.

How to be Happy

Happiness is a by-product of living according to your values and standards. The major causes of unhappiness and what stands in our way of achieving supreme happiness are discussed.  We explore practical and easy methods for choosing happiness. A writing exercise concerning personal happiness will follow.


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