New workshop! HOPE IN AN AGE OF UNCERTAINTY for Sixth Forms
After an unprecedented year of change and challenge students are understandably struggling. A social media driven society, a changing job market, climate change, an uncertain future and political polarisation are just some of the factors that have precipitated a huge rise in student mental health concerns rooted in a crisis of HOPE – a growing sense that there is nothing to really look forward to.
This interactive 2 hour workshop is designed to address this crisis of hope. Designed to help sixth form students manage their emotional wellbeing, take control of their own lives and look forward to the future, this workshop will motivate and inspire.
Hope in an Age of Uncertainty will cover:
- How to manage your emotions and develop resilience
- Why the future’s bright and how to make a difference
- How your underlying beliefs impact your outcomes
- How to keep perspective when the world looks like it’s going crazy!
Also recommended: choose from our READY workshops below
A great set of GCSEs and post 16 qualifications is good, but students need much more if they are to really succeed and thrive both in life and the workplace. The job market is changing rapidly: the average student leaving school this year will have 14 different jobs by the time they are 38. They need to develop transferable skills and have the tenacity and flexibility to cope with change. They also need wisdom to avoid pitfalls and make positive life choices.
My READY programme provides the skills, knowledge and wisdom to cope with the challenges of life as well as thrive in the changing workplace.