Do you look forward to Friday evenings or Monday mornings? Do you look forward to the first day of your holiday or the last? If you wish that every weekend was a long weekend, then your staff do too!
Consider this. The average person spends 40 hours a week at work. That’s almost 80,000 hours per lifetime! That’s a huge proportion of one’s life! As a leader it is incumbent on you to make sure that those you lead enjoy their work.
It is a scientific fact that when people enjoy what they do they are far more productive, efficient and effective. If they don’t enjoy their work they will be frustrated, easily distracted and unproductive.
With a programme of Self-management you and your staff will feel energised, calm and composed and be successful at whatever you do.
Self-management is the art of managing your actions, emotions and thoughts. When you can manage yourself, you can manage anything in life. T.G.I.M is an introductory workshop for executives and staff on how to look forward to Monday mornings. This workshop is complimented by an optional follow-up course.
Features & Benefits
- Stress Management — presents optimum solutions to reduce stress.
- Creative Productivity — provides tools for ongoing energy and enthusiasm.
- Positive Success — delivers 3 unfailing ingredients for success.
- Significantly reduce worry, anxiety, fear & stress.
- Increase efficiency & create more time.
- Gain clear thinking and decision making skills.
- Achieve true wealth with right choices and ethical behaviour.
- Enjoy your work as much as your play.
- Improve your personal and professional relationships.
Meredith Forder is a philosopher, Self-management consultant and happiness expert, who has spent over 25 years researching the ancient wisdom of Vedanta* and how it benefits modern life and living.
Innovative and revolutionary are words used to describe Meredith’s method of teaching. She presents clear insights into the cause of worry, anxiety, stress and depression and offers refreshing ways to overcome them.
* Vedanta is the ancient philosophy on life and living that originated in the Himalayas over 10,000 years ago.
If you would like to book Meredith for a T.G.I.M Workshop: