Small, daily habits are predictors of long-term outcomes. What we do today determines what we achieve tomorrow. What might you achieve if you were the master of your habits? We all have a knowing doing gap, we know what we should be doing but take actions that don’t give us the results we want. By changing some simple habits, you can change your life.
In this 90 minute masterclass we look at how you can transform your life and achieve your goals one habit at a time.
• Understand the psychology behind habit creation
• Turning off autopilot and living to your full potential
• A simple system for creating and sticking with your habits
• How to create positive habits and break bad habits
• Aligning your habits to your goal
• Making it Stick!
Delivered by Orla Conneely, Director of High Achievers and HighPerformance Mindset Coach
Orla has been delivering high impact programs across Europe and the Middle East for over 15 years. A graduate in Human Resources (GMIT), a qualified business coach, certified in Emotional Intelligence and most recently became an accredited Mental Toughness facilitator.
Orla is passionate about experiential learning in the training industry and designs and develops specific training modules for top global companies in both Ireland and the UAE with particular focus on Emotional Intelligence, Building Resilience and Re-Wiring the Brain to build a High- Performance Mind-set. Orla believes in order to create a different tomorrow we must look at our thoughts, beliefs and behaviours that are driving our actions if we are looking to create different results.
Orla is a Keynote Speaker and is regularly speaking to large audiences (1000+ delegates) on various topics including “Unleash the Spark Within” and is a frequent guest speaker with the Coaching Institute on “How to Best Equip Your Teams with the Right Tools”.
This session is FREE OF CHARGE, but registration is essential.
Please book online to secure your place!
Note: the link to join online session will be sent via email 24/48 hours before event.
Shannon Chamber Skillnet is co-funded by Skillnet Ireland and member companies. Skillnet Ireland is funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science.
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