In today's fast-paced world, we are constantly bombarded with change. Whether it's a change in the workplace, family dynamics, or personal circumstances, it can be overwhelming to cope with these changes. In this session, we will explore strategies and tools to help us thrive through change and control the overwhelm that comes with it.
We will start by discovering the four brain functions and how they affect our perception of change. We will also delve into how our brain can play tricks on us, distorting our perception of reality and causing unnecessary stress.
To further explore our cognitive abilities, we will take a memory test to understand how our brain processes and stores information. This will give us valuable insights into how we can improve our ability to remember important details during times of change.
Next, we will look at how emotions happen in our brains and the impact they can have on our ability to cope with change. We will examine the purpose of overwhelm and how it can sometimes be helpful, but more often than not, can hinder our ability to adapt to change.
To tackle the feeling of overwhelm, we will explore practical strategies to help us tackle a huge task and manage multiple priorities. We will also discuss what to do when there are too many things happening at once, and how to prioritize our actions to make progress towards our goals.
Finally, we will examine the questions we can ask ourselves to avoid overwhelm in the first place. By understanding our individual stress triggers and learning to manage them effectively, we can be better prepared to face any change that comes our way.
Throughout this session, we will provide tools and resources to help attendees take control of the overwhelm and thrive through change. By understanding the inner workings of our brains and how we respond to change, we can develop a proactive approach to managing the challenges that come with it.
In summary, this session will provide attendees with a comprehensive understanding of how their brain responds to change, and how thrive not only despite it but because of it.
Why you should Attend:
When a work environment goes through significant changes, such as restructuring or new management, it can cause a great deal of overwhelm and stress for employees. This can have a range of negative impacts on both their mental and physical health, as well as their work performance and job satisfaction.
One of the main negative impacts of overwhelm due to change in a work environment is decreased productivity. When employees are feeling stressed and overwhelmed, they may struggle to focus and complete tasks efficiently. This can lead to missed deadlines, mistakes, and a decline in the quality of their work.
Overwhelming can also lead to burnout, which is a state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion caused by prolonged stress. This can cause employees to become disengaged from their work, feel unfulfilled, and even lead to them leaving their jobs.
Additionally, overwhelm can lead to increased absenteeism and presenteeism, where employees show up to work but are not fully engaged or productive. This can ultimately impact the company's bottom line, as well as the morale and productivity of other team members.
Furthermore, overwhelm can have negative impacts on mental and physical health, such as anxiety, depression, and sleep disturbances. This can also impact employees' personal lives, leading to strained relationships, difficulty managing responsibilities outside of work, and a decreased quality of life.
In conclusion, overwhelm due by changes in a work environment can have a range of negative impacts on employees and the company as a whole. It is important for employers to recognize and address these issues in order to create a healthy and productive work environment for their employees.
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Who Will Benefit:
- Discover four brain functions
- How your brain can play tricks on you
- Memory Test
- How emotions happen in your brain
- What is the purpose of overwhelm
- How to tackle a huge task
- What to do when there are too many things at once
- Questions to ask yourself to avoid overwhelm
Nathalie Plamondon Thomas is a Confidence Expert, And 2021 Canadian Presenter of the Year. She is international Bestselling Author of eighteen books, including 12 no.1 bestsellers and a book co-written with Kevin Harrington from the Shark Tank, endorsed by Tony Robbins. She is the Founder and CEO of the THINK Yourself® ACADEMY, offering keynotes and trainings, leading-edge online courses, laser-focus business strategy and one-on-one transformation coaching.
Along the past 30 years, she has inspired over 100,000 audience members and empowered thousands of clients internationally to get rid of their negative self-talk. She combines over 10 years of experience in human resources, 25 years of experience in sales and over 30 years of distinguished service in the fitness industry. She is on the board of directors of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers and recently received the 2022 President’s Award.