Building Personal Resilience Webinar - Oct & Nov 2020

We are running our introductory webinar on Building Personal Resilience which includes a free RQi Profile.

ABOUT THIS EVENT

Please join us on this highly successful personal development course: Building Personal Resilience.

Places are available at the special discounted price of £80 (incl. VAT) per person.

On this course you'll take away practical skills to help you manage periods of high pressure, rapid change and uncertainty ... so you can thrive, even when the going gets tough.

The techniques we demonstrate are taken from positive psychology, mindfulness practice and behavioural change science; they're designed to help you succeed in work and in life, whatever your goals. The webinar comes with a detailed 30-page workbook and access to online learning resources. Attendees of the Personal Resilience course also have the option to complete a free Resilience Quotient Inventory (RQi) Report, which provides personalised feedback in a 25-page report (worth £125 +VAT).

Terms and conditions:

A maximum of two places are available per organisation. Payment in full is required by 14 days before the event in order to secure your place. The attendance fee will only be refunded if notification of cancellation is received at least 5 working days before the event.

What do people say:

“This course was excellent … one of the best training courses I have attended in the last year. The trainer was brilliant and the additional bonus on the course was a Personalised Resilience Quotient Inventory Report for all delegates”. Ruona Iguyovwe, Chair, National Black Crown Prosecution Association (NBCPA/CPS)

"Excellent facilitator. Professional, great knowledge, great sense of humour and able to connect on a number of levels and certainly made everyone feel completely comfortable and at ease. One of the best courses I have attended." Thames Valley Housing

"Really motivating and enjoyable course [Building Personal Resilience]. Best course with the BMJ in 8 years! Lots of further reading to do and things to plan and look forward to." British Medical Journal (BMJ)