HACKING THE BREATH:
A Staff Wellness Presentation for Leaders at TTEC Philippines
What you get:
60-90 minute in-person presentation
4 x 1 hour Skype Coaching Session for Executives of your choice
4-Week Online Program to consolidate new skills
Working in high demand environments can be extremely taxing on executive staff. This can be especially true for leadership staff working abroad. The 4 skills of mindfulness is an evidence-based program for reducing stress and improving wellbeing for busy professionals. The first presentation in this series focuses on the ‘Hacking your breath’, which aims to significantly improve your leaders capacity to soothe themselves during stressful periods as the building blocks for psychological resilience into the future.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
‘HACKING THE BREATH’
When it comes to real-time stress management, the benefits of hacking the breath, cannot be overstated. The power of the breath is that it is something that you take with you everywhere you go, and can harnessed in every situation you are in, to radically alter the body’s fight and flight response.
‘ACKNOWLEDGE YOUR FEELINGS’
There is no escaping the occurrence of anxiety producing circumstances in our lives. Allowing and acknowledging the range of your emotions – including anxiety, anger and disappointment can actually reduce the disorienting impacts of your difficult emotions.
TREAT YOURSELF AS A FRIEND
Your thoughts take place as a kind of inner-conversation. The quality of your inner conversation massively impacts your resilience across your career. Supportive self-talk is the key to staying well even in the midst of set-backs and stressful situations.
OBSERVE, NAME & NURTURE
If we can learn to observe our thoughts and feelings, we will be less impacted by negative . This can help us feel more in control when anxiety strikes. If we can describe our feelings this also and also the content of what we are thinking, this can help us feel calmer and more emotionally safe.
CONSOLIDATING NEW SKILLS WITH 4 WEEK ONLINE PROGRAM
SUPPORTING NEW SELF-CARE HABITS WITH:
- Homework Exercises
- Weekly Emails
- Mindfulness Exercises and Worksheets
Real-time emotional management skills
Better self-soothing skills
IMPROVED STRESS MANAGEMENT SKILLS FOR BUSY EXECUTIVES
4 BREATHS PROGRAMMost Popular
$ 3500including flights and accomodation
$ 4300including flights and accomodation
Cameron Aggs is one of Australia’s foremost mindfulness and EQ training specialists. He has facilitated more than 250 professional mindfulness training programs in Australia and in the U.K, including to global accounting firms PwC and KPMG, in addition to telecommunications giant Telstra. Cameron is best known in the design and delivery of programs which reduce the negative impacts of mental health and communication issues on profitability and performance. He has a strong grounding in human behaviour as a Clinical Psychologist, where his passion is for breaking down mindfulness theory and practice, and for delivering them to participants and clients in ways that are memorable, intuitive and easy to apply.
| WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
“I recently engaged Cameron to provide much needed mindfulness and resilience training to a group of high performing front line leaders who had experienced significant change over a long period of time. Cameron’s ability to land his message and make a real impact were clearly evident during the face to face course. The content of the program was beautifully tailored to suit this audience and provided great real life and usable techniques to improve focus, balance and ultimately performance.”
“Given the positive benefits our team has derived, I unreservedly recommend Cameron’s training and workshops to all dealing with stress.”
Fiona Caulley, Director, Phillips Family Law
“Cameron has a way to getting through the core of any issue. His approach produces real and lasting change that translates into increased productivity and more personal effectiveness.”
Shameelta Pratap, General Manager, EIC Activities Pty Ltd
“Cameron recently facilitated a meeting of CEOs that I chair. He helped the group see the profound impacts that mindfulness has on busy and stressed executives. Cameron gave the group something of great value: the gift of increased mindfulness as an access to awareness.”
Ian Sampson, Non Executive Director and Chairman, Advisor to CEOs and Chairs