Learn to leverage the thoughts and feelings that stop you from action.
This is a practical experiential workshop using methods from brain-based coaching and focusing. Participants will apply specific exercises working with their topic of choice and the final part of the workshop will address action planning to ensure success in addressing the action block.
In this innovative, experiential workshop, trainers Ruth Friedman and Lenka Grackova draw on the focusing method as well as brain-based coaching.
You will be provided with practical exercises that will help you get to the heart of whatever issue you find yourself procrastinating about. You will learn simple tools to deal with feelings that are causing the procrastination. In addition, you will learn how to identify and activate your own unique systems and techniques to keep you successfully progressing.
Previous workshop participants reported behavior change as a result of participating in the workshop. Examples include: beginning a sport, starting to write a book, and how to stop arriving late to your appointments.
Staying focused is a proven method to help you better manage stress and challenges. It brings together the intelligence of your mind, your heart, your body, and your feelings; plus, it brings new knowledge and awareness to help you move forward. Brain-based coaching uses the latest neuroscientific insights to create new and positive patterns of behavior.
Procrastination action blocks and how to overcome them
An action block is the blocking of an action. Examples include: writer’s block, postponing specific work tasks, failing to meet deadlines, and so on. In this workshop, we will address the action blocks, learn specific techniques to overcome those blocks, and then concentrate on how to disarm the inner critic.
This is not a basic organization and planning workshop. It is a deep dive into the thoughts and emotions that stop an individual from the action and how to deal with those thoughts and emotions in a different way.
These tools can also individually be used by the participants on other topics in which they find themselves procrastinating.
Who should attend?
Tackling procrastination can be an eye-opener and make a big change for people who:
- often postpone or delay important work tasks.
- under-perform in their work.
- are habitually hard on themselves, however good they are at their work.
- are perfectionists.
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- Course Name Tackle Procrastination and get moving with your action blocks
- Trainer Name Lenka Grackova and Ruth Friedman
- Course Duration One day course = 7 hours
- Course Type In-company training