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IN...

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Are You...


  • Dealing with a lot of change and uncertainty in your life?

  • Experiencing overwhelm with your workload and worry about failing?

  • Working in a fast-paced environment where you’re required to improve performance year on year?

  • Feeling stressed, anxious, rundown, frustrated or sad for longer periods than you would expect?

Resilience isn’t something we’re born with; we build it from a young age as we experience and overcome challenging and undesirable situations. Throughout life we continue to experience adversity and it is our level of resilience that determines how quickly we bounce back and persist through discomfort.

The problem is many of us don’t think about ‘building’ resilience until we’re already feeling the pressure and need to tap into it. So I’ve taken on the challenge of designing a program that will not only build resilience but gives you some quick and effective strategies to keep your cup topped up now and into the future.

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Attend this one-day immersive Personal Resilience Program to shift your focus. Improve your ability to bounce back from adversity and effectively deal with challenges by learning five core components of being resilient.

This program is ideal for you if you...


  • Feel tired of constantly reacting to situations and being at the mercy of those around you.

  • Are looking for practical and simple ways to refocus and re-energise.

  • Are ready to create boundaries in your life to protect your mental health and physical wellbeing.

  • Want strategies to boost your energy and end the day with clarity and calmness.

This program is not ideal if you...


  • Don’t want to change how you work and live.

  • Aren’t open to taking on different perspectives.

  • Don’t see anything wrong with the way you’re currently managing your energy levels.

  • Have been asked to attend by someone else and don’t really want to.

The Personal Resilience Program is the reset you need to shift your focus and keep you moving forward with motivation and excitement!

Structure of the program


Throughout the day we will work on the following topics:


PREPAREDNESS

Make yourself a priority and create balance across all aspects of your life (work, relationships, health, etc). Gain clarity on where you’re going in life and what goals might help to get you there. Learn about intrinsic motivation and the activities that give you energy vs. activities that drain. Focus on keeping your resilience cup full.

PEOPLE

Who are you surrounding yourself with? Connect with people who elevate and inspire. Invest your time and wisdom to supporting others through volunteering and mentoring.
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PERSPECTIVE

Learn about different ways of viewing the world, from 1st, 2nd and 3rd person perspectives. Challenge yourself to swap judgement for curiosity. Understand what’s within your control and what can only be influenced – choose a mindset that will support your success rather than one that holds you back.

PERSISTENCE

Walk through case studies of successful people and learn about the reality they faced in getting to where they are today. Create mantras and positive affirmations to maintain energy levels and build the courage to remain outside of your comfort zone.

PRESENCE

Explore the benefits of emotional awareness (EQ) and being fully present in everything you do including what you are thinking vs. feeling. Learn strategies & develop habits to remain present and aware of your environment and how you’re interacting with those around you.

Maximum Value


By attending the Personal Resilience Program you will:

  • Learn how to increase mental energy and end the day feeling content and relaxed.

  • Gain clarity and control over your future.

  • Develop strategies to remain focused on what’s relevant and what matters most in your life.

  • Create awareness of who and what to surround yourself with so you can thrive in any environment.

  • Feel calm, relaxed, focused and refreshed.

What you’ll receive:

  • A full day workshop will all materials provided (including workbooks and pens).

  • Morning tea and afternoon tea (for in-person training only).

  • Lunch ordered straight from the menu (for in-person training only).

  • Access to a 30minute one-on-one follow up conversation with Shelley Flett.

  • Subscription to the Dynamic Leader newsletter.

  • Discounted offers on other programs with Shelley Flett.



Meet the trainer


Shelley Flett is a leadership development & team performance expert.

With over 15 years working as, for and with leaders to build capability, increase effectiveness and create high performance team cultures. She spent over a decade in the banking industry and prior to that worked in telecommunications and hospitality. She has a rich operations and customer service background with people being central to everything she’s done in her career.

Organisations Shelley has worked with include: ANZ, Westpac, Toyota, TAC, RMIT, local government and countless small businesses.

She is a Master Practitioner in Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), holds a Diploma of Leadership Coaching and Mentoring, a Cert IV in Business & Personal Coaching and a Diploma of Business Management. She is DiSC, Values Pendulum and Green Belt Six Sigma accredited and is also an accredited coach through the International Coaching Federation (IFC).

She has authored two books: The Direction Dilemma – why knowing what you want makes you a better leader; and, The Dynamic Leader – become the leader others are inspired to follow. What Shelley has experienced is that it doesn’t matter what industry or organisation you work in, the challenges faced by leaders are fundamentally the same.

Her values in business include: Growth, Delivering Results, Sharing Wisdom, Helping others, Fulfilling a purpose, and Having Fun.

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What past participants have said


“I enjoyed this course and how it was broken down into the different modules. Enjoyed that it was interactive. Will have a toolkit of strategies to practice and will impart some of these on to my team. E.g. Reasons vs. Results mindset.”
~ Lisa Mayer, Smart Service Queensland
“Thanks for today, I have learnt so much that I can take away and work on my resilience to better myself and my team.”
~ Leisa Thomas, IRT
“Very interesting, very engaging, am looking forward to putting some strategies from today into practice. You are a very good presenter Shelley - Thank you!”
~ Leanne Forbes, Policelink
"The resilience wheel really opened my eyes to things. This program has really helped me in a personal way more so and I'm super excited to use these tools!”
~ Tara Best, Auto & General
“Great self-reflection and good to take the time to step back and re-evaluate where I'm at and what I can now work on.”
~ Renee Reese, Auto & General
“Thank you for the greater realisations and 'epiphany' type conversations. Self-awareness and being present are key areas to focus for me to be a better version of myself. So thank you for verifying I am on track for success.”
~ Tagen Seeds, Auto & General
“Shelley's session was very engaging with just the right amount of focus n self and others! Thanks Shelley!”
~ Sue Kelleher, Brisbane City Council
I have taken valuable information and actions from my resilience session. Shelley has an ease when presenting which engaged you and gets you really thinking.”
~ Jason Champion, Brisbane City Council
Training was so engaging and interesting! Loved the interaction and engagement in the group. Loved Shelley's natural flair and engaging manner. Loved the real life examples. Thank you!”
~ Pauline Coulepis, Monash University
"I loved that you were understanding of peoples different learning styles. The colouring books were a great addition. The mix of activities without putting any one person on the spot was refreshing.”
~ Molly King, Monash University
"Really enjoyed the program and have take quite a few take aways to present back to team. Thank you so much Shelley! Job well done!!”
~ Lilly Zaffina, Percepta
“Great session that enabled me to take away several things. Session created an environment where participants were comfortable to share experiences and reflect where they are at.”
~ Irene Catis, Monash University