A 90-minute online facilitated conversation for professionals seeking to meet, connect and share ideas. Seats are free but limited.
About Learning Conversations apply Thinking Environment® methodology to bring small groups of peers together to connect online, give and receive support, gain external input and progress their thinking on topics of common interest.
The conversation topic for October is: When is enough, enough?
Many of our coaching clients and collegaues are telling us that they are working longer hours and harder since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Going into overdrive can be a natural response to a crisis and without the usual distractions and boundaries of the office, we can find ourselves overworking, overloaded and overwhelmed. With no end in sight, how do we restore balance and our ability to work in a healthy, effective and sustainable way?
- How can we recognise when we are overworking? When is enough, enough?
- What practices can help us to restore balance?
- How can we best support hybrid-teams and our colleagues to work sustainably during this time?
This event is for:
All business people in the Asia Pacific region who are interested in connecting with diverse professionals and participating in an energising and connecting conversation.
What’s the commitment?
There is no financial cost however you will be expected to:
- Show up on time and for the full 90 minutes
- Participate in the conversation and share your perspective
- Treat all participants with respect and keep all that is shared confidential
When and where?
- Date: Thursday 29 October 2020
- Start Time: Midday Sydney/Melbourne, 10am Perth/Singapore, 2pm NZ
- Where: Online via zoom
I’m in! How do I book?
Zoom details and instructions will be emailed to you.
About the Thinking Environment®
About Learning Conversations provide an opportunity to experience a Thinking Environment, a powerful process proven to generate authentic connection, idea generation and best quality thinking. Developed by Nancy Kline, the process is based on the following two observations:
- The quality of everything we do depends on the quality of the thinking we do first.
- The quality of our thinking depends on the way we treat each other while we are thinking.