11 Sep 2019

Melbourne

To be Advised - CBD area

Members $363 AUD
Non-Members $726 AUD (Note: Prices include GST for Australian Participants)

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Melbourne | Resiliency for Recruitment Consultants

Melbourne | Resiliency for Recruitment Consultants
Learn how to project your resilience by recognising and managing stresses of Business Development expectations which can lead to burn out

Resiliency for Recruitment Consultants

 

Overview:

“Resilient people have strong personal resources and skills to manage stress and conflict as well as a good support network to help them deal with the pressures of work. Results are found through increased productivity, reduced turnover, clear work/life integration, greater workplace engagement and a mentally healthy workplace.”

As a recruitment consultant learn how to project your resilience by recognising and managing the stresses of Business Development activities, rejections/negotiations and management expectations which can lead to burn out.

Dr Natalie Flatt has designed exclusive to RCSA Members this Recruitment Consultant  resilience workshop targeting recruitment specific areas.  This is a great way to introduce yourself or your front line leaders the key components of resilience.  The workshop raises awareness of the relationship between resilience, health and performance.

The workshop will cover:

Part I  - Compartmentalising Cognitive Load to Optimise the Way we Process Information

“Compartmentalisation is a defence mechanism how our minds deal with conflicting internal standpoints simultaneously. Don’t think of it as work/life balance; it’s work/life integration.”

Participants will use cognitive strategies to:

  • Learn how to become emotionally detached from low priority tasks 
  • Set personal and professional rules
  • Reduce worry and stress time on current uncontrollable events in your life
  • Use the environment around you to seek out places where you conduct specific types of work.

Part II - Development of Psychological Agility

“A resilient individual is someone who maintains good mental health and productivity generally, as well as during times of stress or adversity. Having psychological agility enables us to be more adaptable, less reactive, perform at our best, be more strategic and access our best practical and cognitive skills.”

Participants will use cognitive strategies to:

  • Identify Experiential Avoidance and its consequential behaviour
  • Learn to develop Psychological Flexibility; a mindful approach to pursuing one’s values even in the face of emotional, cognitive, and real-world challenges
  • Recognise and labeling thoughts and emotions, accepting and then acting on emotions.

Part III - Cultivation of Equanimity to Increase Positive Work Relationships & Dealing with Conflict and Reasonable Management Action

"In many cases, effective conflict resolution skills can make the difference between positive and negative outcomes"

Participant will use cognitive strategies to:

  • Increase insight into how work/life goals can be achieved without undermining other co-workers
  • Develop stronger mutual respect and group cohesion
  • Improve self-knowledge through examination of personal targets with the aim of sharpening focus and enhancing effectiveness.

Who Should Attend:

  • Senior Recruitment Consultants
  • Emerging Leaders
  • Managers & Directors
  • Learning & Development Professionals seeking wellness development

Meet the facilitator: Dr Natalie Flatt



Dr Natalie Flatt Ph.D has been a company director and a recruiter in Health and Education for the past 10 years. Natalie has extensive experience in both academia and solution-focussed intervention to assist with anxiety, resilience, stress management, relationships, and workplace conflict and compassion fatigue.

Her therapeutic work offers practical, evidence-based solutions to assist professionals to overcome a wide variety of difficulties to ensure ongoing emotional resilience, wellbeing, and improved self-confidence; resulting in higher work life satisfaction and productivity.

This engaging cluster of seminars workshop brings practical strategies and a fresh perspective to the issue of resilience; allowing both leaders and recruitment specialist an opportunity to consider their own needs and their professional sustainability through both practical CBT and ACT strategies.

Delivery:

  • Face to face learning with Dr Natalie Flatt
  • In-class discussions 
  • Open Q&A

Booking Terms & Conditions:

This event is governed by the RCSA Booking Terms & Conditions
Note: there are a minimum number of enrollments required for the workshop to run, please confirm by speaking with a member of the Learning & Development team that the event is running as planned, before booking flights or accommodation.

For More Information:

RCSA Learning & Development
Members within Australia call 1300 727 504
Members within New Zealand call toll free + 0800 441 904
E: info@rcsa.com.au
When
11/09/2019 12:00 PM - 11/09/2019 4:30 PM
Where
To be Advised - CBD area Melbourne

Program


Wednesday, 11 September 2019

 
Time
12:00 PM - 4:30 PM
11/09/2019 12:00 PM
11/09/2019 12:00 PM

Resiliency for Recruitment Consultants

 

Overview:

“Resilient people have strong personal resources and skills to manage stress and conflict as well as a good support network to help them deal with the pressures of work. Results are found through increased productivity, reduced turnover, clear work/life integration, greater workplace engagement and a mentally healthy workplace.”

As a recruitment consultant learn how to project your resilience by recognising and managing the stresses of Business Development activities, rejections/negotiations and management expectations which can lead to burn out.

Dr Natalie Flatt has designed exclusive to RCSA Members this Recruitment Consultant  resilience workshop targeting recruitment specific areas.  This is a great way to introduce yourself or your front line leaders the key components of resilience.  The workshop raises awareness of the relationship between resilience, health and performance.

The workshop will cover:

Part I  - Compartmentalising Cognitive Load to Optimise the Way we Process Information

“Compartmentalisation is a defence mechanism how our minds deal with conflicting internal standpoints simultaneously. Don’t think of it as work/life balance; it’s work/life integration.”

Participants will use cognitive strategies to:

  • Learn how to become emotionally detached from low priority tasks 
  • Set personal and professional rules
  • Reduce worry and stress time on current uncontrollable events in your life
  • Use the environment around you to seek out places where you conduct specific types of work.

Part II - Development of Psychological Agility

“A resilient individual is someone who maintains good mental health and productivity generally, as well as during times of stress or adversity. Having psychological agility enables us to be more adaptable, less reactive, perform at our best, be more strategic and access our best practical and cognitive skills.”

Participants will use cognitive strategies to:

  • Identify Experiential Avoidance and its consequential behaviour
  • Learn to develop Psychological Flexibility; a mindful approach to pursuing one’s values even in the face of emotional, cognitive, and real-world challenges
  • Recognise and labeling thoughts and emotions, accepting and then acting on emotions.

Part III - Cultivation of Equanimity to Increase Positive Work Relationships & Dealing with Conflict and Reasonable Management Action

"In many cases, effective conflict resolution skills can make the difference between positive and negative outcomes"

Participant will use cognitive strategies to:

  • Increase insight into how work/life goals can be achieved without undermining other co-workers
  • Develop stronger mutual respect and group cohesion
  • Improve self-knowledge through examination of personal targets with the aim of sharpening focus and enhancing effectiveness.

Who Should Attend:

  • Senior Recruitment Consultants
  • Emerging Leaders
  • Managers & Directors
  • Learning & Development Professionals seeking wellness development

Meet the facilitator: Dr Natalie Flatt



Dr Natalie Flatt Ph.D has been a company director and a recruiter in Health and Education for the past 10 years. Natalie has extensive experience in both academia and solution-focussed intervention to assist with anxiety, resilience, stress management, relationships, and workplace conflict and compassion fatigue.

Her therapeutic work offers practical, evidence-based solutions to assist professionals to overcome a wide variety of difficulties to ensure ongoing emotional resilience, wellbeing, and improved self-confidence; resulting in higher work life satisfaction and productivity.

This engaging cluster of seminars workshop brings practical strategies and a fresh perspective to the issue of resilience; allowing both leaders and recruitment specialist an opportunity to consider their own needs and their professional sustainability through both practical CBT and ACT strategies.

Delivery:

  • Face to face learning with Dr Natalie Flatt
  • In-class discussions 
  • Open Q&A

Booking Terms & Conditions:

This event is governed by the RCSA Booking Terms & Conditions
Note: there are a minimum number of enrollments required for the workshop to run, please confirm by speaking with a member of the Learning & Development team that the event is running as planned, before booking flights or accommodation.

For More Information:

RCSA Learning & Development
Members within Australia call 1300 727 504
Members within New Zealand call toll free + 0800 441 904
E: info@rcsa.com.au