Wellbeing should be in the flow of our work, says Jen Fisher, Chief Well Being Officer of Deloitte. This means being aware of our tendencies and behavioural habits.
Temperament, where you lie on the introvert/extrovert spectrum can greatly influence those tendencies such as how you communicate, make decisions, are motivated or build relationships.
To design a work life that benefits you means having conversations around temperament so you not only understand yourself better but others also. It is through this awareness that we can identify strengths and promote our wellbeing.
In this programme I explore modern interpretations of temperament, the genetic differences between us, how this impacts our work and most importantly through strengths recognition how we can promote wellbeing.
This can be run as a lunch n’learn, a 1 hour webinar or workshop format.
“Solitude matters, and for some people it is the air they breathe“. Susan CainBook Now