During Intentional Focus you will learn and develop essential skills and behaviours which will increase your focus, energy, productivity, confidence, happiness, ability to handle stress, and ability to collaborate, communicate and manage conflict.
Time and energy management, productivity, communication, problem-solving, conflict management and collaboration skills are more important in determining success and satisfaction among similarly trained colleagues than academic knowledge or technical skills. Without these crucial behavioural skills, we are unable to fully leverage our education, talent and experience in a sustainable manner.
The Program (You can register below or email [email protected])
During Intentional Focus you will learn and develop these essential skills and behaviours. You will increase your physical energy, emotional happiness, mental focus and sense of meaning and purpose in your life. And you will have fun doing it.
You will also be encouraged and supported during Intentional Focus to take on a challenge that will change your perspective of what you are capable of, and you will test behaviour which will lay the foundation for your continued success.
Impact – You will leave this program filled with a new sense of possibility and the ability to make it happen…
What participants say about Intentional Focus:
“For the first time in a long time I feel excited about the future.”
“Intentional Focus gave me the confidence to take on new challenges. I applied for and was successful in obtaining a new role with my employer even before the end of the program. It gave me the confidence to take on more challenges both personally and professionally and a desire to continue to grow and develop my skills. I now continue to look for new opportunities for personal and professional growth.”
You will attend one full-day group session every month from 8:45am to 4pm for seven months, and you will test new behavior in between sessions. Lunch is on your own from approximately 12-1pm. The program is held in Charlottetown, at a location with plenty of free parking.
The dates of the sessions are:
- Thursday, Feb 20, 2020 with storm day Friday, Feb 21;
- Tues, March 31, 2020 with storm day Wednesday, April 1;
- Tues, April 28, 2020 with storm day Wednesday, April 29;
- Tues, May 26, 2020;
- Tues, June 30, 2020;
- Tues, Sept 15, 2020; and
- Tues, Oct 20, 2020.
Participation in all sessions of the program is required for maximum impact and benefit, so please schedule all dates (including storm dates) as soon as you register.
Research in education and brain-based learning theory indicates that experiential education is the most effective method for accelerating meaningful behavioural change and skill development. When we learn through experience, inquiry, critical thinking and interaction, our insight is more likely to lead to perspective shifts that will change our behaviour in a meaningful and lasting manner.
- increased resiliency and persistence in the face of change and uncertainty
- increased productivity
- improved collaboration and problem-solving skills
- reduced conflict
- improved attitude and motivation to become part of solution-finding
- improved communication skills
- improved ability to manage distractions and procrastination
- improved ability to manage stress
- improved health and wellness
For more information about outcomes: Program Learning Objectives
Registration Fee is $1695 plus hst and includes all materials and a light morning and afternoon snack. Enrollment is limited, so register soon. This is a small group program. Registration assured upon payment.
The program is held in Charlottetown, at a location with plenty of free parking.
If you are an owner or manager of a private-sector business, you may be eligible for program funding. You can find more information HERE.
Employers recognize the work-related value of Intentional Focus and often financially support their employees to attend.
You may find it useful to include this Program Brochure in your funding request to your employer or to share with someone who might be interested.