Positively Charged and Resilient (EQ)

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Resilience Training Workshop for Leaders, Resilience Conference Keynote Speaker, Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Canberra, Travel Australia Wide

Emotionally resilient and positive leaders are able to maintain – and even supercharge their performance in times of challenge and have an inbuilt ability to bounce back from setbacks. This empowering and positive interactive workshop supports teams to move forward professionally and personally.

"Knowing others is intelligence; knowing yourself is true wisdom. Mastering others is a strength, mastering yourself is true power."

—Lao Tzu

This research based and creatively delivered workshop supports:

  • Building a resilient mindset through developing mental agility

  • Provide strategies to channel and use your emotional energy positively

  • Understand our own behaviour and that of others with greater insight.

  • Discover 3 key aspects to increasing your ability to communicate positively.

  • Identify additional strategies to sustain Positive Emotion and manage our emotions.

  • Overview: We all deal with adversity differently and this workshop is jam-packed with evidence-based theories and techniques.

    Resilience is a skill that can be learnt. There is no simple fix or one size fits all method however small simultaneous shifts in a number of aspects make a big difference.

    Positive Emotion are one key area to increase resiliency. Positive emotions help strengthen our intellectual resources, physical resources, social resources, and psychological resources, all of which enhance our overall well-being.

    We look at several strategies to sustain positive emotions when we experience them. We also expand our emotional management skills to shift our negative emotions more regularly. All emotions are appropriate- the key is how we bounce back from anger, sadness envy and disappointment. There is no good or bad emotion- it is only the behaviour that stems from it that makes it so.

    Extensive research supports positive effect is critical to explaining outcomes for leaders in organisations and specifically the impact on performance, decision making, turnover, pro-social behaviour, negation and conflict resolution behaviour, group dynamics and leadership.

    We reflect on the importance of Positive Relationships with a focus on Positive communication. Taking time to listen to the communication in relationships is important. When someone comes to you with news how do you respond? Think about the ratio of positive: negative or constructive: destructive comments you contribute as a team member or leader.

    Career and life resilience provide all of us an opportunity to go beyond our limits. Using your resilience effectively and fully offers a practical framework for producing ways to swerve around life and career sandbars.

    This can be presented for a large conference group or team event and provides the time to self-reflect and the toolkit to support a new mode of thinking.

    Suitable for
  • full day incorporating team building activities, three hour high engagement

  • 90 minute thought provoking bite with light participation
    Will include a mixture of content from below.
    carefully selected to suit organisation objectives, size and objectives.

    1)The link between Courage and Resilience

    • Discover the 4 key areas to build holistic resilience.

    • Discover supporting evidence and the power of positive thinking

    2)Emotional Management

      Our emotions are linked to our body and our brain- by changing either of them we can change or influence our emotions.

    • Introduction to Broaden and Build theory and the research by Barbara Fredrickson

    3) VIA Strengths and Resilience

    • Emotional awareness - Know your hot buttons and respond instead of react.

    4) Positive Communication

    • Discover the 3 key elements observed in positive communication.

    5) Strategies to sustaining Positive Emotion and manage our emotions

    • Humour, Curiosity, Savouring and Gratitude.

    6) Identify current emotional management strategies used:

    • Identify proactive vs reactive, sustainable vs unsustainable.

    • Review 4 domains available to manage emotions.

    Recent Testimonials:

    Insurance Australia Group
    10++++++ A workshop that definitely gets the brain working. Enjoyed the happy and vibrant approach. Valued the gratitude content and taking the time to thank and appreciate others. We don't do it often enough. I could honestly listen to Jane present all day. Thank you - Natasha

    University of South Australia- Work Smart"
    "10/10 Fantastic! Lots of positive messages, great enthusiasm and the creative presentation style was fantastic. Friendly engaging presenter who listened,great photos on slides." - Jasson

    Woodcroft Primary Team Development Day
    "It made you think. Enjoyed the content on gratitude and change. I thought Jane was fantastic and answered questions extremely well. She is very good at what she does. I will definitely be looking to doing more sessions in the future. Thank you."Sue Business Manager

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    National Lead Facilitator: Jane Wundersitz
    Suitable for small teams to conference size groups
    Interactive Keynote Available

    Our programs are continually updated and draw on the latest research from Penn University, Harvard University, Stamford University, Cincinnati University and VIA Institute on Character. Jane has facilitated and designed Wellbeing and Resilience Training since 2006. Our programs are consistently updated to incorporate new research-based strategies.

    Fredrickson, B. (2003).
    The value of positive emotions: The emerging science of positive psychology is coming to understand why it's good to feel good. American Scientist, 91(July-August), 330-335.

    Gable, S. L., Reis, H. T., Impett, E. A., & Asher, E. R. (2004).
    What Do You Do When Things Go Right? The Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Benefits of Sharing Positive Events. American Psychological Association, 87(2), 228-245.

    Hanley, A., Garland, E., Canto, A., Warner, A., Hanley, R., Dehili, V., & Proctor, A. (2015). Dispositional mindfulness and bias in self-theories. Mindfulness, 6(2), 202-207.

    Lyubomirsky, S. (2008). The how of Happiness: A Scientific Approach to Getting the Life You Want. Penguin Press.

    Reivich, K., & Shatté, A. (2002). The Resilience Factor: 7 Essential Skills for Overcoming Life's Inevitable Obstacles. New York City: Broadway Books.

    Barbara Fredrickson : Positive Emotions open our mind

    Shawn Anchor: The Happy Secret to Better work

    Amy Cuddy: Your Body Language shapes who you are.

    This is a WunderTraining program designed by Jane Wundersitz

    Wundertraining is not associated with AHPRA.

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