How To Struggle Better - Online Event

11:00am Tuesday, 1 September 2020
12:00pm Tuesday, 1 September 2020
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To struggle is human. If you are living a full life and have a pulse, it’s almost impossible to avoid experiencing struggle. Add in a global pandemic and most of the planet is experiencing struggles on a daily basis.
How we think about and react to the inevitable human struggles, challenges and discomfort we all face has a profound impact on the extent to which we are able to feel good and do well each minute, hour, day, week and year of our lives.
The reality is there is no avoiding struggle, so in this session we’ll help you to understand how to struggle better – by understanding the value of struggle, how to proactively spot signs of struggle, confidently step into your struggles and get better outcomes when you do. 

This session will be presented by Danielle Jacobs, a registered Psychologist, co-Founder The Wellbeing Lab, Co-Creator of The PERMAH Wellbeing Survey and habit specialist.  When she is not volunteering with her rescue Labrador, Henry at palliative care and nursing homes, Danielle spends her time using evidence-based organisational scholarship and positive psychology practices within businesses across the country. She specialises in helping business professionals feel good and do well, improving their mental and physical health, and achieve peak performance at an individual, team and organisational level. Danielle’s clients span a diverse range of industries and include organisations in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. 
Day-to-day, Danielle runs a variety of C-suite, team and organisational workshops and masterclasses to enable and extend practices that embed high-impact and flourishing team cohesion.

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