A program that combines team trainings or company-wide presentations with one on one implementation coaching.
The cornerstone of healthy cultures and healthy bottom lines is the ability to work effectively with challenging internal states and make decisions, take action and communicate based on commitments, values and relationships. The ability to do that requires self-awareness. The goal of the experiential and practice-based Have Your Own Back at Work training is to optimize Awareness Based Self Regulation. You can think of it as Mindfulness 2.0: it's self-management meets emotional intelligence, in real time, with eyes open. This allows for connection with others that is accountable, vulnerable and empathic, which results in a more productive, purposeful and compassionate work environment and healthy, grounded employees who kick butt at their job.
This is for
Companies that are innovative, dynamic and change-making that can't do what they do best with disengaged employees.
Highly intelligent executives who feel that, though your intellect has gotten you far professionally, sometimes you get trapped in your head and tripped up internally by external situations.
CEO's or owners who are facing a difficult transition at work and want to make sure that what you say and do has integrity so that you can keep you, your team or your company on track.
Managers with team members who have a hard time speaking with confidence at work, struggle with perfectionism, or who are constantly giving themselves and their time away.
What you'll get
You'll learn the neuroscience behind why being aware of who you are is different than being who you are. In other words, you'll be to able to sync up what you value with how you operate at work. (Think less sterile and stuck, more vital and creative.)
A set of practices you can use repeatedly to help you stay present and act in accordance to what's true for you so you don't ever have to feel like you're selling yourself out. (Yes, even in that situation. Even with that person.)
Connection with your heart and gut knowing, and the confidence to actually act on it. (Because just using the brain in your mind is leaving a lot of intelligence, ingenuity and imaginativeness on the table.)
The experience of vulnerability in a way that isn’t mushy, and authority in a way that isn’t pushy. (Because we can no longer afford to check our whole selves at the office door.)
The skills you need to have conversations that are more clear, clean and compelling, and less convoluted, confrontational and conflicted. (Because recognizing your own and others' emotions and being able to communicate are stellar predictors of success.)