Develop focus for Students program Deep Work

Keynote,

60 | 90 min Virtual 90 mins

Onsite, Virtual, Conference

Participants
6 -1000+


Australia Wide F2F + International Virtual Delivery

Boost Decision Making + Deep Work

Student Focus | Boosting Deep Work for Students| Student Productivity and Habits for Successful Learning 

Our attention is a resource

– Attentional intelligence is described ‘as an intelligence that allows you to effortlessly, but mindfully’ notice where your attention is at any moment and to choose where you want it to be intentionally’
( Linda Ray 2012)

 

By training your ability to focus and by actively carving out time: for real intense focused work’ we can train our brains and cultivate habits that build a superpower for learning, creating and producing quickly.

“Deep work” is a term coined by Georgetown University professor Cal Newport to refer to the ability to “focus” without distraction on a cognitively demanding task.”

One way to boost our focus is to manage our distractions instead of letting them manage us! Daniel Goleman

This insight sparking course will be valuable for all students to build better study habits and their ‘deep work’ muscle through a better understanding of neuroscience.

Discover the latest research into decision fatigue, how stress impacts memory. It’s time to be the scientist of your own experience and work on building your mental muscle then share with your students’ practical strategies to assist them in the lead up to exams, to focus and function at their best.

What’s covered?

  • Attention as a resource: Attentional intelligence’ is a mind-muscle
  • What is Deep work and what is shallow work?
  • Why it’s tricky being wired for novelty… social media
  • Neuroscience of Distraction
  • Decision Fatigue and how stress impacts memory
  • AGES Model

“Deep work helps you product at an elite level.” Cal Newport

Deep work for students
Resilient Students

Who is This For?

This is the perfect workshop to be better equipped to help students cultivate strong study habits and perform at their best in the lead up to exams.

For student leaders in schools or universities. Visuals and stories are tailored to suit the demographic, age and stage of life.

Interactive and energetic in-person delivery supports positive culture and connection.

We happily tailor to the values, visions or objectives of the university or school.

School Flow on Benefits

Why invest in a student workshop?

The specific message that you want your students to hear is delivered by us independently. Our research and strategies are the latest from the fields of positive psychology, neuroscience and mental toughness.

Each of your students is appreciated for their uniqueness and individuality. We have the experience to work across a broad spectrum with a firm belief that personal leadership and good habits starts in the student years.

Expert Facilitators

Jane Wundersitz: Keynote Plenary Speaker, Conference, Large Group and Student Leadership Teams, Positive Education for Teachers and Students Executive and Leadership, Public Sector, Employee and Team development | Australia Wide | Adelaide | Canberra | Sydney | Perth | Alice Springs | Brisbane |Darwin | Hobart | Regional | Mt Gambier

Declan Goodman: Adv. Dip Neuroscience of Leadership | PRISM Brain Mapping | Virtual

Kasey Lloyd: Psychologist + Dip Positive Psychology,  Student Leadership Teams, Positive Education for Teachers and Students | Sydney | Brisbane | Gold Coast

 

Technology

In-person – Suitable for large groups of up to 250 students at tables or students seated in circles of eight. Often in auditoriums, gymnasiums or similar.

We bring table, whiteboards, workshop cards and handouts required for the workshop. AV supplied by the client.

Leadership teams – on site or locations.

Clients thoughts about our wellbeing workshops in schools.

"Jane provided the staff from Burton Primary School the opportunity to explore their strengths with each session having a clear message and a strong emphasis on well-being for learning. Thank you Jane"

Andre NetoStudent Wellbeing Leader

"10/10 A fun way to learn important life skills. I liked how the activities related to what we learnt. The presenters were nice and new what they were talking about."

AnonLoreto College Year 10 School Students

"Positive, fun and thought provoking. Enjoyed working with a variety of people with aligned and different strengths. Great presenter."

AnonBurton Primary School Professional Development Positive Team building Adelaide

"9/10 Amazing. I liked that we learnt so much about ourselves. All presenters were engaging and friendly."

LucieLoreto College Year 10 School Students

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