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Live Well, Be Well, Perform Well
Mon, November 14, 2016, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM GMT
We are delighted to join with colleagues at Cambridge Performance www.cambridgeperformance.co.uk for a highly interactive training day exploring wellbeing for you or your team. Working alongside GP, Dr Rachel Morris, Mindfulness teacher, Elinor Brown and exercise and nutrition personal trainer Emma Tytherleigh, this performance-enhancing day will enable you to look at your own responses to stress and how to manage them. Using a motivational skills approach to behaviour change, we will look at what gets in the way to help you perform at your best and as a result, improve your own performance at work.
The day takes place in the light, comfortable surroundings of Wolfson Court (Girton College), off Clarkson Road. Parking is available on site. There will be an optional session of physical exercise during the day, so bring your trainers and wear (or bring) comfortable clothes with you.
What will I learn?
- To explore the neuro-science and evidence of stress
- To examine our own responses to stress
- To explore how we think and act when stressful things happen
- To gain a range of stress prevention techniques through well-being, lifestyle and workplace strategies
- To develop a personal well-being plan
Alasdair Cant is a Trainer, Facilitator, accredited Coach and provided high quality independent training and development services since 1997 across a broad spectrum of organisations in the public, commercial and voluntary sectors especially around the area of Motivational Interviewing and behaviour change.
Rachel Morris is a GP, executive coach, facilitator and educator with a special interest in personal effectiveness, resilience and well-being. She helps people foster good professional behaviour and specialises in teaching about professionalism in the workplace. She is the Lead for Professionalism at the University of Cambridge, School of Clinical Medicine.
Elinor Brown is a Mindfulness teacher, with an interest in building mindful communities. Her own practice is fundamental to her professional and personal life and she is passionate about the potential to transform individuals and impact communication, relationships and organisations.
Emma Tytherleigh is a personal trainer and expert in fitness and nutrition. She has always been passionate about health and well-being. She recognises the power of exercise to help reduce stress and anxiety whilst improving energy levels, cognitive function and concentration.