In this uncertain and increasingly complex nature of work and life, your minds and your people’s minds, are constantly challenged to stay focused (to help you finish tasks and be productive) and calm ( to be less reactive or discouraged when things don’t go as planned with a client, project, or in your personal lives). If you are feeling overwhelmed or fatigued from multitasking, changing course mid-stream, or just too much to do, this Retreat is a unique opportunity to relax, rejuvenate and reset your brains. You’ll learn about mindful leadership -- a sub-specialty of neuroleadership -- that teaches leaders a scientifically validated brain-based tool for resiliency by keeping the mind calm and concentrated.
The neuroleadership coach, Georgia Kartsanis, will tell you the good news/bad news about your brain. She’ll explain why brains are hardwired to be naturally negative and to repeat old, unproductive habits. The best news is, that you’ll practice simple tools for staying relaxed, renewing your commitment to goals, and resetting your approach for success in work and life.
This program is intended and designed for members at all levels of the organization. The more key employees who can take this program, the greater the chance of achieving organizational health and people engagement within your organization.
What will you get from this retreat?
Practice brain-based skills for training your mind to be less reactive in challenging situations, improving your communication skills, and staying resilient on the job
- regain mental focus Describe basic structures and functions in the brain that help leaders overcome distraction and Understand why your brain reacts so quickly with anger or anxiety to some work situations and people
- return to neutral in ten seconds Use the executive center of your brain to calm your nervous system down and