A NEW mini-seminar by the New England Women's Leadership Institute
Friday, May 12, 2017 7:30 am to 2:00 pm
Register now for this session at the forefront of Leadership Development -- Space is Limited!!!
Would you like to be more of a self-actualizing leader in both your personal and professional life? Are you aware of the enormous benefits to you, your relationships, and your organization?
Do you know that there is no time to begin other than now? Self-actualization does not depend on age or education. It rests solely on a desire to be a more effective person in work and play, and to live a more engaged life.
Abraham Maslow, creator of the Hierarchy Needs, insisted that healthy people strive to self-actualize. It is part of their nature. To self-actualize means essential two things: One is a healthy appreciation of one’s self. The second is nurturing and working with this self to live out one’s potential in all the facets of one’s life. This is an ongoing and exciting journey.
A few key benefits that arise from the impetus to self-actualize include:
Greater self-awareness, independence of mind, and self-acceptance
Greater resilience, adaptability to change, and courage to take risks
Greater internal motivation and less dependence on affirmation from external factors
An ability to be less emotional, less fearful, less defensive, and more objective
A capacity for more profound personal relations
A freedom to be spontaneous and creative
Greater self-discipline and self-mastery to see things through
Enhanced resilience and perspective taking
An ability to find real meaning in life
In this hands on, highly interactive Seminar you will have an opportunity to look at yourself through seven different mirrors. Through questionnaires and discussion, you will assess yourself to see in which domains you are self-actualizing; where you are inhibited, and what the blocks to growth and fulfilling your potential might be.
Mirror 1 -- How do you self-actualize in your relationship with yourself?
Mirror 2 -- How do you self-actualize in your relationship with others?
Mirror 3 -- How do you self-actualize in your career?
Mirror 4 -- How do you self-actualize in your work performance?
Mirror 5 -- How do you self-actualize by being creative?
Mirror 6 -- How do you self-actualize by being adaptive to change?
Mirror 7 -- How do you self-actualize by nurturing your soul?
These sessions will be highly interactive. Participants will be asked to complete a questionnaire that covers each one of these aspects and will then have an opportunity to reflect and discuss with others how they might become more self-actualizing.
At the end of each section there will be a summing up and techniques and suggestions will be provided. By the end of the Seminar, you will have achieved greater self-awareness and some feedback, ideas and strategies for building your courage, adaptability and resilience.
CURRICULUM FOR THE DAY
7:30 am Registration
8:00 am Being and Becoming – The path the Self-Actualization (Annabel)
8:30 am Mirror 1 – Self-Understanding and Relationship with yourself.
9:00 am Mirror 2 – Relational strengths; E.I.; compassion and empathy.
9:30 am Mirror 3 –Career or vocation?
10:00 am Break
10:15 am Mirror 4 - Responsibility, creativity, intrinsic drive.
10:45 am Mirror 5 – Ability to be spontaneous, creative, courageous.
11:15 am Mindfulness, Meditation and Movement – group will move and meditate
11:45 am Mirror 6 – Adaptability to change
12:15 pm Mirror 7 – Nurturing your soul
12:45 pm Lunch -- Summing-up -- Questions and discussion
1:30-1:45 pm END
Questions? Contact Executive Director Annabel Beerel at 781-771-5563. Note: Group Discounts are available.
This two day retreat on a beautiful NH lake will provide an opportunity to step out of frenetic daily life and explore the peace and compassion offered by the Buddhist religion and philosophy. You will be able to; meditate, engage in yoga and Qi Kung, and discuss how Buddhist philosophy might help in daily life. Questions? Contact Retreat Facilitator Dr. Annabel Beerel at [email protected]