Learning & Development Roundtable - The Science of Habit-Making
Date: May 25, 2020
CPD Hours: 1.5
Please note Roundtables are exclusively available and free to CPHR BC & Yukon Members. You can find more on becoming a Member on our website.
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Topic: The Science of Habit-Making
By creating good habits and adopting a positive behavior, you too can become successful. In this session we tackle some.
We all have habits. Some are good. Some are not so helpful. The habits we have (or don't have) shape what we do, how we think, how we relate and ultimately how successful we are in love and life. As Warren Buffet said our habits "may be more important than IQ".
All successful people have daily habits they live by, such as:
- Thinking positively
- Building in recovery time (meditation, reading, relaxing)
- Keeping good sleep patterns
If you want to a be a happier, healthier or more successful version of yourself or simply want to be able to adapt, stay agile and keep up in a world of accelerating change, understanding how to build new habits (and how your current one's work) is essential.
In this session:
- Gain an insight into some of the habits of successful people
- Learn why goals feel good but seldom work when it comes to behavioural change
- Discover what's really required to rewire your brain and develop new habits
Kathy is an accomplished leadership facilitator and organizational development consultant with close to 20 years of experience in private, public and non-profit sectors. She works with individuals, teams and organizations, to align business strategy and culture, through the design and delivery of high-impact people programs.
Kathy is accredited in a variety of leadership and psychometric assessments including KornFerry Leadership Architect TM, Team Management Systems©, Speed of Trust TM, Predictive Index® (PI), and Myers -Briggs Type Indicator®.
Cara is a people development and engagement specialist offering over 20 years of corporate experience leading talent development, instructional design and training initiatives in both public and private sectors in Canada, Japan, and the UAE.
Cara is a learning data specialist helping companies better support their employees through measurement of training ROI and alignment with business KPIs.
Cara is also a Wiley Authorized Partner and a certified trainer of Everything DISC and the 5 Behaviors of a Cohesive Team (yes, we sell assessments and facilitator kits!)
Tamila Lazun is a dedicated HR Professional who is passionate about learning & development. Her experience includes implementing and supporting talent development programs aimed to grow the workforce professionally & increase productivity of the teams.
Morgana Hodliffe is an HR Business Partner working for a growing Biopharmaceutical company. She enjoys the challenges and variety associated with true generalist work whilst also focusing on creating learning & development programs to meet the needs of her organization.
Online - Zoom Meeting
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CPHR BC & Yukon Office
Nespresso Corporate Boardroom
Suite 1101 - 1111 W Hastings
Vancouver BC - V6E 2J3
Street parking available - Close to Waterfront station (Skytrain & Canada Line).
**Please note that for security reasons the lobby doors of the CPHR BC & Yukon building are locked promptly at 6:00 pm. We are not permitted to allow any participants into the building or into the CPHR BC & Yukon offices after that time. Please ensure you arrive on time for the start of your roundtable.**
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
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