To enable participants to build a high level of personal choice, a sense of purpose and relationship-building skills which have been shown to build effectiveness at home and work and to maximise personal health and wellbeing.
It will also help participants support others to build healthier lives thus helping to create and sustain healthier workplaces and communities.
By the end of this course participants will have:
- A good knowledge and understanding of the 7 habits and how they help to promote personal effectiveness, health and wellbeing and sustained positive outcomes in home and work life
- A toolkit of approaches to use to remember the 7 habits and use them effectively
- Time to reflect on personal and professional goals and values
- The opportunity to discuss problems and solutions with colleagues in small groups
- The opportunity to see several professionally produced videos which help to give a deeper understanding of the concepts
- A personal workbook to take home including all the relevant information.
Who should attend?
This course is for anyone who wants to build a more effective, healthier life for themselves and to be able to influence others to do the same.
February 20th, 21st & 27th 2020, Carnegie Conference Centre, Dunfermline
Amanda MacEwan, Community Education Worker, Fife Council
Fiona Lockett, Tobacco Prevention Officer, Fife Health & Social Care Partnership
Joleen McCool, Improvement Co-ordinator Education & Children’s Service, Fife Council
Lisa Hemphill, Local Development Officer – Communities, Fife Council
Sonia McCathie, Community Education Worker, Fife Council
Vicky Wilson, Development Worker (Professional Practice and Protection), Fife Council
Wendy Simpson, Acting Institute Manager, Playfield Institute, Fife Health & Social Care Partnership