Focus in the Age of Distraction
May
17
6:30 pm18:30

Focus in the Age of Distraction

  • L'Atelier Vancouver Coworking

The importance of focus has never been greater than it is today. Or seemingly harder to achieve. The technology we enjoy allows us unprecedented productivity through easy access to information, ideas, and individuals. It also has the undesired effect of overwhelming us with too much information and fracturing our focus. 

We live in the age of distraction - where the steady and abundant input from multiple devices, programs, apps and social media connections turns into a fog of distraction. 

Taking breaks to recharge and refocus the mind is important for everyone, but for introverts, in particular, occasional pauses are crucial to maintaining productivity and positive well-being at work. According to Cain, an introvert is likely to feel overwhelmed and ultimately burned out if he or she is dealing with constant environmental stimulants and digital distractions.

Through a highly engaging and experiential workshop, learn why we are so easily distracted, what’s going on inside our brain, what’s at stake if we don’t manage this and a variety of simple techniques to better manage our focus at work and in life. 

Ticket: 

https://quietleadership-focus.eventbrite.ca 

About the guest speaker: 

Scott is a mindfulness coach and trainer, who helps make the invisible visible for his clients. He has his CPHR and is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach. Using a mix of clear metaphors, powerful experiences, and simple practices, he is passionate about helping leaders at all levels to transform their world from the inside-out through mindful awareness and the power of choice. He was previously the National Leader of HR for one of Canada’s largest employee-owned engineering and science consulting organizations. Scott is happily married to Meghan, is an engaged father of a 10-yr old son (Noah) and 8-year old daughter (Kayla). He is a constant reader, avid mountain biker, passionate espresso maker and lover of craft-brewed IPA’s.

Introvert's Career Growth
Apr
20
6:30 pm18:30

Introvert's Career Growth

  • L'Atelier

We've all been there, that daunting moment in an interview when you are asked "Tell me about yourself!" or "What are your salary expectations?". Similarly, when you are at a networking event and need to pitch yourself and how much you charge. Promoting yourself and speaking about compensation is never easy, no matter if you are employed or working independently.

Crystal Henrickson and Annika Reinhardt (Talent Collective, a career growth consultancy in Vancouver) will equip you with strategies to overcome career growth challenges as an introvert, while continuing to portray your authentic self. 


✦ THE MEETUP FLOW ✦

➪ 6:30 pm to 7:00 pm: mingling and settling in

➪ 7:00 pm to 7:15 pm : Quiet Leadership intro - lead by Faris Khalifeh

➪ 7:15 pm to 8:15 pm: "Ask me anything" with Crystal and Annika


✦ GUEST SPEAKERS ✦

Crystal Henrickson and Annika Reinhardt - Talent Collective, a career growth consultancy in Vancouver.

Tickets: $15 via Eventbrite: https://quietleadership-career.eventbrite.ca/

Quiet Leadership: Dubai
Mar
29
6:30 pm18:30

Quiet Leadership: Dubai

  • Dubai UAE

Whether we like it or not, we live in an extroverted world. It has long been believed that the natural leaders of our society were extroverted types, those that were outspoken, bold and assertive.

These traits have changed our definition of leadership and altered our assumptions about what good performance looks like. 

Research shows 50% of all leaders are introverts, yet our working environments favor the extrovert. And while many studies have shown introverts are natural born leaders, many business cultures often make it impossible to thrive. 

You don't have to be loud to be a great leader, and you can be impactful by being soft-spoken, quiet and gentle. 


✦ KEY TAKEAWAYS ✦

➪ Understanding of Quiet Leadership

➪ Quiet leaders traits and strengths

➪ Expose some myths

➪ How to close the communication gap between introverts and extroverts

To register: https://quietleadershipdubai.eventbrite.ca

Coaching Roundtable - Quiet Leadership
Mar
8
5:30 pm17:30

Coaching Roundtable - Quiet Leadership

  • Human Resources Management Association

This session is organized in partnership with HRMA (Human Resources Management Association) and ICF (International Coach Federation Vancouver Charter Chapter). 

Whether we like it or not, we live in an extroverted world. It has long been believed that the natural leaders of our society were extroverted types, those that were outspoken, bold and assertive.These traits have changed our definition of leadership and altered our assumptions about what good performance looks like.
 
Research shows 50% of all leaders are introverts, yet our working environments favor the extrovert. And while many studies have shown introverts are natural born leaders, many business cultures often make it impossible to thrive.
 
You don't have to be LOUD to be a great leader, and you can be impactful by being soft-spoken, quiet and gentle.
 
Key takeaways:

  1. Better understanding of introversion

  2. Quiet Leaders traits and strengths

  3. How to close the communication gap between introverts and extroverts

  4. What price organizations are paying for misunderstanding Quiet Leaders 

Who should attend:
 
This roundtable should be attended by HR professionals and coaches who are looking for new ways to navigate the distractions and stress of life from a place of calm, curiosity and concentration.

To register: http://bit.ly/2lrdF52 

Spring Showcase
Feb
21
6:00 pm18:00

Spring Showcase

  • CodeCore

I'll be talking about Quiet Leadership.

Free registration:  http://bit.ly/2lAsP5c