8 Sessions  |  16 Weeks

Be Your Best:

Nourish your core, build resilience and confidence
to lead and inspire

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In our busy lives, there is often so little time or energy left to nurture ourselves.  However, by investing even a little time to nourish your core needs and skills, you will build resilience and confidence and be ready to take on your next challenge.

 

Be Your Best offers practical insight and tools to boost your happiness and build the resilience and confidence required to thrive both at work and at home.  The program is grounded in the research and science of positive psychology, with each session proposing realistic changes that you can incorporate into your daily life to increase your well-being.

Designed for any busy professional, Be Your Best consists of 8 sessions (combination of in-person and online sessions) over the course of 16 weeks allowing for deeper conversation and peer-to-peer learning with the same trusted group.  New ideas and skills can be put into practice between sessions, and feedback and successes shared with the group in subsequent workshops.  

As with other Scala Network programs, the group size will be limited to a maximum of 10 women to ensure open discussion and confidentiality.

You will get to:

  • Connect with your tribe
  • Learn to manage stress
  • Boost your daily happiness
  • Increase self-awareness
  • Gain tools for self-mastery

Workshop Info

Venue: Yonge & Eglinton, Toronto and Zoom: Video Conferencing. Details on registration.

Rate: The cost of the program is $750.00 plus HST.

Session Date     Title
1 Mar 25 Introduction & Cultivating Optimism

Learn what the science of happiness and well-being (Positive Psychology) is all about. Uncover the power of focusing on “what’s right with you” in a world that’s constantly focusing on what’s going wrong.

  • in person: Yonge & Eglinton, 4 – 6 pm
2 Apr 8 Discovering & Optimizing Your Strengths

Discover what your top signature strengths are. Learn about naming, spotting and amplifying strengths. Use these skills to become more effective at work by leveraging what you’re already doing well.

  • via Zoom:  12 pm – 1:30 pm
3 Apr 22 Taming your Inner Critic & Surfacing Your Inner Ally

Is your mind-full or are you mindful? Identify how to redirect and reprogram your limiting beliefs to more empowering, solution oriented thoughts.

  • via Zoom:  12 pm – 1:30 pm
4 May 6 Amplifying Gratitude, Savouring & Journaling

Positive life events alone are not enough to bring out happiness. Harnessing these approaches to gratitude, savoring & journaling enable you to get more positivity out of your day-to-day experiences.

  • via Zoom:  12 pm – 1:30 pm
5 May 19 Changing Habits & Building New Ones

Of course you can teach an old dog new tricks, you just need to know the science of how habits form and how they are broken. Learn to identify the trigger, habit loop and appropriate rewards to break old habits.

  • via Zoom:  12 pm – 1:30 pm
6 May 26 Setting Boundaries and Having Brave Conversations

In this session we are going to be looking at why setting boundaries to ensure our own well-being is so important, and discover techniques required to have the brave conversations.

  • via Zoom:  12 pm – 1:30 pm
7 Jun 10 The Importance of Connections

Learn to build more positive and authentic connections with the people in your life. Uncover simple tools that will foster and promote connections at work and at home.

  • via Zoom:  12 pm – 1:30 pm
8 Jun 24 Finding Your Why – The Power of Purpose

What’s your why? What drives your day-to-day decisions and actions? Learn how to identify what’s really important to you so you can focus your time where it matters most – on the people and goals that give you purpose.

  • in person: Yonge & Eglinton, 4 – 6 pm