Tuesday 10 November 2015
Wellington, New Zealand
Change and uncertainty are an inherent part of our everyday lives, and yet the fear of the unknown is something that we have all experienced and can relate to. The thinking we have around change can affect the quality of our life and work, our relationships, the choices we make, and our willingness to take bolder risks and strive for the next level of success.
In business, a leader’s ability to think clearly, stay neutral and remain productive in the face of significant change and pressure – and the ability to help others to do the same – is a key competitive advantage. It can affect the culture of the workplace, and can be the difference between a business’ long-term success and its failure.
The ability to effortlessly and confidently deal with change is vital. But can it be simpler than we think?
Our experience with clients shows that it can.
At this two-hour talk, you will learn:
* Why change can appear difficult, and why it doesn’t have to be that way
* Why the conventional focus on managing rather than understanding change actually covers up people’s in-built access to resilience, creativity and insight, as well as their potential for fresh thinking and innovative ideas
* The real cause of fear and insecurity, and how an appreciation of this can immediately transform your experience of the unknown
* How to thrive in the face of any challenge, and venture into the unknown with confidence and ease
Join us for this unique introductory opportunity to discover a completely new way of relating to change in your life.
Where: St John’s Presbyterian Church, Wellington
When: Tuesday 10th November, 5.30-7.30 pm
Tickets cost $25 (Plus additional applicable Eventbrite fees)
Spaces are limited so book today to avoid missing out.