Resilience: Accepting and Transcending Change

Auckland, New Zealand, December 8-9, 2018 ($500 or early payment $400)

Warsaw, Poland, June 4-5, 2019 (Contact Metamorphoza)

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You get insurance for your car and maybe you keep a supply of backup food and emergency equipment at home. But what if you could disaster-proof your brain. Richard Bolstad trains people who are under serious pressure. He taught psychiatrists and aid workers in Bosnia-Herzegovina at the end of the war there, and Psychologists in Chechnya at the time of the terrorist attacks there. He trained civil defence workers to go into the tsunami/earthquake zone in North Japan, in Samoa and in his home town of Christchurch immediately after the earthquakes there. In such situations, some people are resilient - they bounce back or carry on re-energised. Others never recover - they have chronic problems. But the difference can be learned!

Richard also works with businesses and government agencies in countries around the world, teaching them the skills to become resilient on the job. He trains managers and coaches in Poland - the only country in Europe that did not have a recession in the last decade. You are living through the longest economic recession in our lifetime. To manage this change with a sense of confidence and even adventure requires the same practical skills that people use to recover from major disasters such as war and earthquake. These skills, collectively, are called resilience. The first place to use these skills is with yourself. Wake up glad to be alive.
If you work as a coach you know that some clients are already resilient and others are bogged down in chronic problems. The way to be a truly successful coach, and to have others recognise you as successful, is to understand how to install resilience in your clients: all your clients.

Fixing problems is not enough to transform your clients’ lives. Learn how to use every change process as an opportunity to transcend the mundane and touch what life is all about. Life, say the ancient Chinese, involves constant change. Become a master of the waves of change themselves. On this weekend, Richard will show you how to use those skills of resilience in your experience as a change agent or coach, as well as in your personal life. After this two days you'll be able to:

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Wellpark College North Shore, 14 Mills Lane, Albany 0632


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