All Seasons Function Centre
Corner of North & Tor Streets
Toowoomba, QLD, AU 4350
(07) 4633 4419
Online Workshop Details
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Session 1: (Face to Face Session 1) Monday 3 August 2015, 10.00 AM – 4.30 PM
Session 2: (Online Session 2) Friday 9 October 2015, 10.00 AM – 12.00 PM
What’s it about
In the first day of this workshop we will explore the major findings from research in resilience and happiness. You will learn simple practices to increase your happiness and to respond positively in challenging situations allowing you to ‘bounce back’ when set backs occur. We will explore concepts of emotional intelligence and learn simple tools to increase your satisfaction with your life and your work. You will learn how to use your body to build your confidence and influence how you are perceived by others.
This strength based workshop will help you to build the skills to maintain your own energy, effectiveness and well-being which will not only make your life better but also increase your effectiveness as a contributor or leader in your workplace. The follow up online session provides opportunity for reconnection and reflection, sharing insights, exploring and problem solving barriers and further enhancing your skills.
Specific Learning Outcomes
QA 7: Leadership and Service Management
- PS4: Create and maintain supportive and safe learning
- PS7 engage professionally with colleagues, parents/carers and the community
- Build your understanding of happiness and resilience
- Learn how happiness is linked to effectiveness
- Gain skills to build your confidence and the confidence of others
- Learn how you can lead and contribute to a positive workplace culture
- Gain understanding of emotional intelligence
- Learn simple tools to increase your satisfaction with your life and your work
All of Eileen’s work is informed by reflective strengths based approaches including Appreciative Inquiry. Since 2005, this approach sees her consulting in a wide range on contexts from change management and leadership, community engagement, building partnerships and cultural connections to through to reflective practice and mentoring.
Eileen has a deep level of knowledge about connecting with community having co-authored articles and delivered conference papers for over 20 years. In 2014 her work included a focus on supporting the development of the early childhood sector embedding reflection and mentoring as tools to personal and professional growth. She has a specific passion for working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.