Reenergize At Work- CPS Human Resource Consulting

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Date(s) - 04/28/2017
8:30 am - 4:30 pm


1-day course

This course, intended for valued managers, supervisors and staff who desire to reduce stress and increase satisfaction in the workplace.

This workshop focuses on applying brain-based research to implement strategies and tools known to bring ease and greater satisfaction to burnt out or disengaged workers. We will explore the stories, habits and myths about ambition and success that you bought into but may no longer server you. We will explore what brain researches tell us about work habits, thought patterns and the value of play to bring back that sense of passion and purpose.


Explore and challenge common myths about effective work habits
Apply brain-based research to increase productivity and organization
Reduce conflict by increasing clarity of communication
Determine your authentic play style and how it relates to work style
Learn simple strategies to create more space and balance at home and work
Create your individual plan to reconnect to passion and purpose
Who should attend? All levels of staff

Course Number: 802
Presenter: Beth Wonson
April 28, 2017
8:30AM – 4:30PM

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Price: $150.00 USD


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