Presentations are 1 hour.
Self Care On the Go
The term ‘self-care’ is often referred to as something we do to survive the daily grind. It’s a Band-Aid method of living. It’s something we do retroactively. It’s a postmortem on our impossibly busy lives.
The continual and ever-increasing demands on our time, attention, energy, and bodies is unsustainable.
Self-care on the go is a presentation focused on healthy methods of practice that can be incorporated into any day, at any time, for any reason. It is a reminder to utilize the tools available to us. You will create practices to use every day.
Mental Health and the Workplace
The Great Resignation of 2021 has impacted all types of organizations; government agencies, private industry, corporations, healthcare, education, etc. Employees have voluntarily left their jobs because they felt undervalued, undercompensated, and unsupported for their mental health needs.
The workforce has changed considerably, and it will require some reconstruction, adaptation, and flexibility. For the current and younger generations, mental health supports at work will be imperative.
We will discuss strategies organizations can consider to address employee wellbeing.
Embodiment As A Social Justice Movement
To achieve lasting change, an internal shift must occur. We each have a nervous system ‘set point’. When we experience traumas, our nervous system gets stressed, challenged. Understanding the ways in which our bodies’ respond to injustices is an important part of the advocacy process. We examine the window of tolerance and its impact on our lives, relationships, jobs, organizations, and society. We uncover why social justice topics are so difficult to discuss and how to have them with more ease. We will identify small, yet powerful strategies to use to move into and through difficult conversations.
“Oppression spares no body. Injustices are both systemic and intimate, taking root in the flesh.” — Mary Watkins
Owning Your WHY
How many of us go through the motions each day and forget our larger meaning and purpose? Whether we’re at work, with our friends and family, volunteering, or in community, we may have lost sight of the real reason we’re doing all of it in the first place.
This presentation is an exercise in rediscovering your big WHY and implementing steps toward owning and practicing it.
Wellbeing and Generational Differences
For the first time in our history, there are five generations in the current workforce. There is conflict between management and communication styles. The varying values and perspectives of these generations accomplish the "job" differently. In this presentation we identify generational characteristics and the impact on the work environment. We discuss how to create effective working relationships to maximize wellbeing and ultimately productivity.
Boundaries: A Balancing Act
Boundaries are a continual push-pull dance between our own needs and those of others. To establish boundaries, we must first be clear and grounded in our own needs. It can be difficult establishing clarity when there is so much noise demanding our attention.
In this presentation, you will learn how to quiet your mind and body so you can access the deep wisdom within you. You will be able to clearly articulate what you need. You will learn how to navigate competing needs and communicate more effectively. Setting boundaries is healthy for preserving relationships at home and at work.
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