Are you unfulfilled and stuck in a rut? Do you feel like something is holding you back? Maybe you’re in a job you no longer enjoy or want to do something totally different? Many of us are guilty of reacting to events rather than making things happen, but we can only realise our full potential by taking positive action.
Join Fiona Buckland – an accredited life coach who helps people live more fulfilling lives – for a practical journey of self-reflection to find out what motivates you. She will share tips on how to become more self-aware, manage stress and negative thinking. You’ll learn how to notice the behavioural patterns that are holding you back and how to deal with them.
Fiona will show you how to set meaningful and achievable goals as the first step in making positive changes in your life. You will work through interactive exercises in small groups, and there will also be time to reflect on what you’ve learnt and get feedback from others.
You will leave energised and inspired, with notes on your values and motivations and an action plan for your next steps.
You will learn how to:
Manage stress and negative thinking
Recognise what’s holding you back
Understand what motivates you
Make better decisions
Become the leader of your own life
Fiona was fantastic! Good balance of talking/workshops/breaks
Warm atmosphere created by charismatic speaker
Very supportive and encouraging
Fiona Buckland is an accredited Co-Active life coach, facilitator and writer who helps unleash people’s full potential. She teaches at The School of Life, and is also in-house leadership expert at Shoreditch House. She counts world-leading tech, media and creative companies, arts and philanthropic organisations, academic institutions and brands among her corporate clients.
Date: Wednesday 12 February 2020
Times: Evening course, 6.30pm-9.30pm
Location: The Guardian, Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9GU
Price: £49 plus £2.83 booking fee
Event capacity: 100
Complimentary refreshments included.