december 2020

17dec2:00 PM1:15 PMWhat’s keeping you stuck?2:00 PM - 1:15 PM GMT

Event Details

We’re all used to evaluative thinking and accountability in our professional lives. We’re each used to having strategic goals, five-year plans, implementation targets, appraisals etc. But how often do we apply the same critical thinking to ourselves as we do in the workplace? After all, there’s no HR department to answer to when it comes to appraising our self-accountability. Why would we change the habits of a lifetime?

In this webinar, Serena Gordon, Managing Director of personal development provider Hoffman Institute UK will examine how, whatever business sector you’re in, or what stage of your career, your greatest resource is yourself. Taking a holistic approach to your working life and leadership approach can help you take stock of what’s holding you back.

With interactive exercises taken from the Hoffman toolkit, Serena will suggest that taking the time to run a full inventory of your primary resource – yourself – could be the key to reaching your fullest potential. We’ll look at the subconscious patterns you’ve adopted around work, finance and authority, the triggers and reactions that could be sabotaging your success, and some techniques for moving forward from what’s keeping you stuck.

More than 100,000 people worldwide have benefitted from the ethos and teachings of the Hoffman Process. Come with an attitude of open-hearted curiosity, and find out if you’re ready to join them in being ‘serious about change.’

Serena Gordon trained at RADA and enjoyed a successful career as a stage and screen actress – you might recognise her from her role in the James Bond film Goldeneye. She’s also the Managing Director and co-founder of personal development company Hoffman Institute UK, whose seven-day residential course, The Hoffman Process, has been described as ‘The World’s toughest therapy retreat’ – perhaps not what you’d expect from a course that’s been accredited by the CPD Standards Board since 2018.

Time

(Thursday) 2:00 PM - 1:15 PM

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