Corporate / Institutional Training
IN/PSS (10) Peak Performance: Power of Focus and Being in Flow
Have you ever felt that a task was seemingly effortless and time passed as if "you were sailing through the wind"? With flow, "time becomes autoletic" - time flies.
Flow is experienced when a person has the right opportunity and is in the right mindset - it is in the command of what we do, how we execute tasks effortlessly, and how we perform it at our best.
To achieve the power of focus, one needs to be attentive, mindful, and resourceful, and, with that, the imperative of learning to achieve self-regulation.
According to William James, Psychologist and original thinker,"the faculty of voluntarily bringing (yourself) back from wandering attention, over and over again, is the very root of judgment, character, and will."
Key Content and Learning Outcomes
. understand the specific outcomes that must be present in order to achieve a state of flow
. examine the factors that contribute to working at an optimal level
. identify areas that act as deterrents and those that are enablers of a flow state
. identify emotions that prevail when we achieve a state of flow
. realize the benefits of focus
. understanding how the SWOT analysis and S.M.A.R.T. goals can prove useful to a state of flow
. adapting the Flow Model
. develop a mindful perspective by cultivating focus, clarity, and creativity
. learn to achieve focused attention and self-regulation by being purposeful
This workshop will focus on how we can experience the state of "flow" in ourselves with regards to education and in relation to the workplace.
We will also examine the hallmarks of purposeful or deliberate practice that moves you out of your comfort zone and induces you to a state of focus and intention.
Instructional Materials will be provided.