Session 1: Perception and Aspirations:-
The smartest people aren’t always the most successful. How you are perceived in the work force matters greatly. This first session focuses on how perceptions are formed and become attached to our name. To do this we’ll look at the connection between our visible characteristics such as, facial expressions, posture, dress, and the perceptions others have of us. We’ll also look at how our movement affects how we think. We will explore useful professional perceptions and what causes them; and then look at professional growth through this lens of understanding and how to manage perceptions to your best benefit over time.
Session 2: Changing Behaviour:-
Growth and development in a career takes targeted actions. In other words, we need to engage in activities that lead to a broader range of skills and knowledge. This session focuses on the tricky nature of change. We will use our new understanding of the role of perception to explore exactly what behaviours we would as individuals benefit from changing and what new behaviours would be useful to gain. We then extend on this to the topic of feedback, both giving and asking for feedback we can work with to grow.
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