| 90 minutes |

| 90 minutes | are sessions that introduce a topic for a group to raise awareness and educate :

- can be used as an  intro  to a topic 

- can be used as a  validation of a need  to provide more in-depth learning in the future

- can be delivered to  small  and  large  audiences

- can be relevant for  individual contributors  or different  leadership  roles

- can be used as an  aid for leaders  if they want to address a need within a team 

 team lab 

Team Labs are group coaching sessions where a team addresses a need they have in the areas of collaboration and self-leadership

# coping with reality

Overview on:

- what does it mean to cope

- how "not-coping looks like"  (hyper and hypo overwhelm)

- what is effective vs ineffective coping

#Motivation

Overview on:

- what is motivation 

- why motivation is only half the story 

- how does motivation create an effect 

- introducing the value of Want

- understanding the dynamic of motivation (motivation to start, keep and stop an activity) 

- understanding competing behaviors 

#Signals people are not safe

Overview on:

- what are the 6Fs of reaction to lack of safety

- how do the 6Fs translate into day to day reactions

- how to intervene when people don't feel safe around you

- how to make yourself feel safe

# Focus and concentration

Overview on:

- what is the difference between focus and concentration

- how to create focus in what you do 

- how to develop the skill of concentration 

- what de-focuses us and how to mitigate for those things

# self directed Learning

Overview on:

- this is not about learning skills it is about self-management while learning

- how to motivate yourself for learning (to start, get back to it, keep going)

- how to identify what learning needs aren't met (competency to learn, self-efficacy, hope&optimism, resilience)

# Impostor syndrome

Impostor syndrome is present when we doubt our skills, talents or accomplishments and when we have a persistent fear of being exposed as frauds despite external evidence of our competence. 

- identifying the type of impostor 

- the function and history of the impostor

- how it is linked to personal values and societal values 

# people pleasing

Overview on:

- what does it mean to people-please

- what is the function of people-pleasing 

- what are the benefits and costs of people-pleasing 

- how to diminish the negative aspects of people pleasing 

 Self leadership

Overview of what self-leadership is:

- awareness skills

- emotion regulation skills

- thoughts regulation skills 

*this is not a skill-building session

#Burnout 

Overview on:

- what is Burnout (how it looks)

- what is the function of Burnout (a coping mechanism)

- what are the mechanics of Burnout (how it happens)

- what Burnout is not (personal trait)

- how it can be mitigated or diminished (systemic intervention)

#Trust and Trustworthiness

Overview on:

- what are trust and trustworthiness,

- what the four dimensions of trust

- what is your trustworthiness profile

- how do we trust in ourselves

- how we create trustworthiness in how people interact with us  

#Psychological capital 

Overview on:

- what Psychological Capital (self-efficacy, optimism, hope, resilience)

- when, why, and how psychological capital is needed 

- how to increase your psychological capital 

- what decreases your psychological capital

# Flow

Overview on:

- what is flow

- how flow gets created, maintained and interrupted 

- what is your flow profile

- how to create your own mechanics of flow

# perfectionism

“A perfectionist is someone who is really good at knowing how they should be not how they are”

- the two types of perfectionism 

- the impact on self and others 

- the function of perfectionism 

- working with our perfectionism 

# stress

Overview on:

- what is stress,

- what are stressors

- what is stress management 

# saying yes/no

Many of us have a very hard time saying NO and subsequently we never actually really say YES either. 

- why and how we avoid saying NO 

- what is the relationship they have with YES

-how to communicate assertively our NOs and YESs

- how to know what we want and what we don't want so we know when it's a YES and when it's a NO

- the benefits of never saying YES and NO

#Emotions

Overview on:

- what Emotions are,

- what it means to self-regulate and co-regulate Emotions

- the need for Emotion regulation in Motivation and Engagement 

#Engagement 

Overview on:

- what Work engagement is and how it looks from the outside and inside,

- how engagement is created and maintained

- what is the opposite of engagement 

- what hinders and diminishes engagement 

#Psychological Safety 

Overview on:

- what is psychological safety

- levels of safety 

- safety vs. safeness

- personal boundaries and personal values  

#Purpose and meaning

Overview on:

- what is the difference between feeling that what you do is meaningful and feeling you have a purpose

- how to create meaning in what you do so you feel you have a more meaningful life

- how to find or create your purpose

# time management

Overview on:

- Time management is self-management - time cannot be managed 

- beyond tools and calendars - what is your relationship with time 

- what are the challenges in relating with time and how to approach them

# Inner Critic

The inner critic is that voice inside our heads that keeps us in line with its standards. It ruins motivation and makes us feel guilty and ashamed, and it paralyzes our decisions.

- how to hear the voice of the inner critic 

- what is the function of the inner critic

- how to create a functional maybe even compassionate relationship with the inner critic

# Self Confidence

Overview on:

- the surprising definition and mechanic of self-confidence

- what self-confidence is not 

- confidence of what?/ confidence in what?

- how we ruin our self-confidence thinking that we actually are increasing it 

- how do people around us diminish our self-confidence