Programme Designer and Facilitator

Kathryn Jackson

Programme Facilitator

Linzi Ebbage-Thomas

Description

This is a simple, back-to-basics programme that is built upon presenting research and then encouraging discussion to grow shared understanding, critical thinking and accountability amongst participants. It is based on the very latest research about adult learning, and includes evidence-based research, critical analysis, discussion, goal setting, take-away tasks to complete between workshops, and reflection. 

Designed by Kathryn Jackson, the programme consists of a series of six workshops of between one and two hours, delivered weekly or monthly. The programme can be delivered either live online or in person (or a combination).

Kathryn is a highly experienced learning professional, with a reputation for her work in resilience and wellbeing, and expertise as a leadership coach. Her work includes facilitation of coaching skills and resilience workshops, individual coaching of leaders at all levels, and the publication of the following internationally acclaimed books:

Kathryn has drawn on her expertise and the research to design this wellbeing programme for organisations so that you can develop confidence in your ability to understand and talk about resilience at work.

For the best results in your organisation, this programme should be championed by senior leaders. By endorsing the programme, sharing stories that describe why the programme is important for your organisation, and encouraging attendance at the workshops, there is likely to be higher engagement and application of learning.

The programme will not ‘fix’ your workplace culture and get rid of stressors, but it has been designed to equip your people with the tools and resources to grow self-managed resilience to operate better within it.

Learning Outcomes

Participation in this programme will enable you to better understand:

  • stress at work – what causes it, how to recognise it and what to do when it happens
  • the difference between pressure, stress, and burnout
  • the link between wellbeing and resilience
  • the science of wellbeing
  • practical ideas to keep yourself feeling good and functioning well
  • how to recognise and talk about wellbeing in other people at work.

Content

Workshop 1 – How Change Influences Wellbeing

  • Introduction to the programme – the background and journey
  • Consideration of why wellbeing is important and how it builds resilience at work
  • Understanding Change – introduction to VUCA and SCARF

Workshop 2 – The Impact of Mindset

  • The science of emotions and emotional literacy
  • Introduction to neuroscience and growth mindset
  • Overcoming negativity bias

Workshop 3 – The Importance of Self-Care

  • How physical and spiritual wellbeing impacts resilience
  • The NHS model
  • Accountability and the duty of self-care

Workshop 4 – The Science of Connection

  • The chemical impact of connecting
  • Becoming a great connector
  • Consideration of virtual and real-life networks

Workshop 5 – The Power of Learning

  • Growth mindset and neuroscience refresher
  • Cultivating learning confidence at work
  • Creating a learning culture at work

Workshop 6 – How Meaning Impacts Resilience

  • Introduction to coaching and the GROW model
  • Job crafting for a meaningful career
  • Embedding programme learning

Contact Us

0508 ODI ODI  (0508 634 634)
03 943 2373

info@odi.org.nz

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