Perform Well Webinar
How do we adapt, respond and stay agile in a fast-moving world?
Perform Well Webinar: 7th February 2024.
Adapting, responding and remaining agile in a fast-moving world demands greater cognitive capacity, updated competencies and a much deeper understanding of what underpins performance.
In our February Perform Well webinar, Minerva’s Deborah Hulme shares insights and experience of what underpins human performance. We explore how adapting, responding and remaining agile in a fast-moving world demands greater cognitive capacity, updated competencies and robust strategies for managing distraction and focusing attention.
Join our webinar and learn:
- How to optimise available thinking resources for enhanced performance
- Apply robust strategies for managing distraction and focusing attention
- Apply tools and techniques for improved productivity
Minerva’s Perform Well webinar is free to attend and takes place on 7th February 2024. Save the date, booking details to follow soon.
This webinar provides a taste of the Perform Well module of our Brain-Friendly Change programme. The full programme is designed to cultivate resilience in self and others for greater adaptability and agility through change and also includes the modules; Stay Well, Think Well, Change Well and Engage Well. Please click here for more details on the Brain-Friendly Change programme or get in touch with us at email@example.com.
What people are saying:
The Minerva team are clearly experts in their field and can translate complex biological information into easily relatable terms and situations. The team is warm and engaging and feel like friends rather than ‘lecturers’. Lots of opportunities to interact and quickly created a safe space for colleagues to share their experiences in a way they wouldn’t have before while also learning from each other and challenging what has become ‘the norm’.
For me, the strength of this programme lies in the quality of the content and range of topics that are linked across the five modules which constantly link back to business and personal performance. The exercises, the group work and ‘self’ work help to put the theory into practice. All in all a thought-provoking series of workshops that help individuals to identify better practices and ways of thinking that benefit not just the person, but also the business.