The way our fluctuating thinking and feeling influences the quality of our lives and work
Within these unprecedented pandemic times, many people are experiencing a prolonged period of background (and sometimes more obvious) anxiety and stress. Some people are not even aware that their own state of mind is being negatively impacted.
Learning to recognise the longer-term consequences of these experiences and how to manage our personal responses will improve the individual and collective capability to collaborate, make better decisions and positively influence performance.
Our states of mind:
- Vary moment to moment and day to day – this is natural.
- Can be thought of as the personal lens through which we view reality
- Influence the way we experience life and how others experience us
In this 90 minute masterclass, Dr Josie McLean will build upon our understanding of adaptability of people and what is required to be resilient in a personal and system wide context.
- Recognising that our state of mind is an important contributor to both how we experience life in general and the outcomes we achieve when working with others.
- Identify longer term strategies to nurture a more positive state of mind.
- Identify and practice using a simple state of mind chart to use individually and within teams to discuss and improve the overall state of mind within the team.
- Understand the implications of key findings in relation to our state of mind.
- Identify and practice a short-term strategy to Notice, Shift and Share a state of mind.
- Develop a personal state of mind action plan.
This session is for The Faculty Roundtable members only. For more information on The Faculty Roundtable, please contact [email protected]