For some of us, anxiety is crippling. For others, it is more of a minor niggle from time to time. Whatever the degree, we all have some experience
But, most of us don’t know its roots or the ubiquitous place it has in the human psyche. Bringing insights from psychoanalysis, Gabriella will give you a new understanding of anxiety. You will learn ways to reduce it by managing it in yourself, your life and in the workplace and, through this, increasing wellbeing.
Gabriella Braun is the Director of Working Well, a specialist consultancy firm using psychoanalytic and systemic thinking to help leaders and teams. She has consulted to hundreds of clients including the British Library, RADA, Tate, NHS Trusts, and University of Cambridge. She holds a master’s degree in Consulting to Organisations: Psychoanalytic Approaches from the Tavistock Clinic and was a Principal Consultant in the Tavistock Consultancy Service. Her book, All That We Are: uncovering the hidden truths behind our behaviour at work, came out to critical acclaim last year.
(Tuesday) 12:00 - 13:00
Defining your work and life vision … to be the individual you want to be. Join coaches Jenny and Emma for this session where you will have
Join coaches Jenny and Emma for this session where you will have the opportunity to take some time to reflect and consider your career and life progression options and pathways. You’ll explore what’s important to you when thinking about your needs and wants from your work and life, both now and for the future, and you’ll consider the life stages that are relevant to you that may impact your choices, enabling you to identify the work and life vision that is right for you.
You’ll identify the steps you can take to have an immediate positive impact on your individual situation so you can achieve your potential whilst managing your work and life demands. Our aim is for you to leave the workshop with more clarity, focus and a clear sense of what work and life satisfaction and happiness looks like for you and some steps to get there.
(Thursday) 10:00 - 12:30