Teach Me sessions are workshops across the country focussing on sharing specific skills and insights from hosts who have actually applied these before and know what they’re talking about. Cutting edge technology, co-budgeting, facilitation skills, communications, movement building, power dynamics, group dynamics, culture and more!
There are only 25 spaces available on a first come first serve basis so get your tickets now!
When: Tuesday April 7th 2020, 10:30 – 1:00 pm
Where: Online via Zoom
About this workshop: The modern world is both challenging and busy, which, without resilience, leads to overwhelm and burn out. This workshop offers attendees the opportunity to explore the complexity around them, to identify how this complexity and challenge impacts their behaviours, thoughts and emotions, and to look at the costs both personally and organisationally of ignoring those impacts. We then go on to look at five tried and tested resilience-building strategies that attendees can try out, and commit to taking forward beyond the session. Our workshops are experiential and offer attendees the opportunity to support each other and share experiences.
Who is it for? This workshop is for anyone working in some kind of supportive role or organisation who wants to ensure they are feeling as positive, energised and well in their work as possible.
You may be:
- Working as a facilitator or leader;
- Leading a network or a community;
- Participating as a team member in a not for profit organisation.
After the workshop you will:
- Have a greater understanding of what resilience really means.
- Learn what low resilience might look like for you, and your colleagues.
- Have a toolkit you can draw on regularly and easily to maintain your resilience.
Meet your host: Hannah Massarella
Hannah is the founder of Bird. She is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach and has been coaching and facilitating resiliency workshops for the past ten years. Hannah began her career coaching and facilitating workshops for beneficiaries of two domestic violence charities. Whilst doing the work Hannah ended up burning out and having to leave the sector. Thus Bird was created to support others doing vital work in the not-for-profit sector, to educate and empower them to prioritise their own wellbeing and resilience so that they can support others.
There are three different ticket options* and are first come first serve.
*Why are there three different ticket prices? Being an inclusive network is one of the core Losing Control principles and what that means is we are committed to include people from different backgrounds, sectors, and experiences as well as to make sure that ticket costs do not exclude Losing Control network members from participating. With that being said, the ticket sales for this event are just enough to cover the cost of running the Teach Me session. There are three different options so that those who are paid well to do their work or can afford pay it forward or standard ticket will be supporting other people to come along on a discounted ticket and travel bursary
07/04/2020, 10:30 am - 1:00 pm
Trust for London Offices, 4th Floor, 4 Chiswell St, Finsbury, London, EC1Y 4UP