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Recording of Carving Time to Think
21 April @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
— The importance of wellbeing
This two-hour webinar will provoke your thinking about the way you work, including how to learn from your own work, and how you can work better while supporting your wellbeing.
What is it about?
— Learn how to effectively reflect, self-evaluate, and capture the results.
— Explore how reflection can develop your personal and professional self.
— How to make time in your busy working life to look after yourself in order to perform well.
You’ll leave feeling more confident in your ability to carve time to reflect effectively and support your wellbeing as well as your performance at work.
The recording will be sent to you after the live webinar takes place on 21 April.
What will I gain?
— Techniques to make sure time taken to reflect is valuable — and ways to create that time
— Good habits for a happy and healthy career
— Understanding of your own needs and ways to enhance your performance at work whilst looking after yourself
Who is it for?
This session is for anyone who would like to improve the way you work while supporting your wellbeing.
How do I take part?
You will be sent a link to the recording after 21 April, that you will be able to access at your leisure for 6 weeks.
- AMA member rate: FREE
- Non-Member: FREE
Auriel Majumdar | Creative Business Coach and Consultant
Auriel Majumdar is a Creative Coach and Consultant with more than 20 years’ experience working in organisations as manager, strategist and change maker. In her coaching practice, Auriel specialises in business, leadership and personal development in the creative sector. Her coaching and facilitation practice has a particular emphasis on the use of creative techniques to challenge individuals and groups to achieve the changes they want.
Her qualifications include a BSc. in Psychology from Durham University and an MSc. in Coaching and Mentoring from Sheffield Hallam University and she is proud to be a qualified Time To Think coach. She is currently undertaking Doctoral research for a PhD in Professional Development: Psychological Perspectives with University of Canterbury Christchurch and the Professional Development Foundation researching the connections between Coaching and Art.
Auriel is a lecturer on the MSc. Coaching and Mentoring programme at Sheffield Hallam University.