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2021 Resilience Programs for Lawyers
The College of Law provides a number of programs dealing with the various aspects of resilience and mental health first aid in the workplace. These programs have been designed to provide the strategies and skills you need to assist yourself, individuals, management and staff.
We are running these programs several times this year. Click through the dates that suits you.
Steven is a registered psychotherapist and organisational development specialist with over 20 years’ experience. Steven specialises in capability building, business transformation, change leadership, and human resources transformation.
At FrontTier, we integrate the latest research, to uncover the internal and external qualities that define holistic leaders and grow true wellbeing for your workforce.
The neuroscience of resilience for lawyers
Neuroscience of Resilience is a two-part webinar that will address mental health challenges in the workplace and provide strategies to assist you and your colleagues building up resilience.
Mindfulness techniques for legal professionals
You will be introduced to the various aspects of mindfulness and how it can be used in everyday life, both professional and personal.
How to build resilient and focused teams
This session will help you understand that it is more what we do and think when faced with adversity and how those behaviours can impact your team’s performance while providing positive psychology solutions.
Understanding emotional intelligence and unconscious bias
This 2-hour interactive session will help you understand the concepts of emotional intelligence and unconscious bias and their impact on personal and professional success.
How to manage yourself and others during conflict
Understand your conflict style and emotional triggers and prepare for difficult conflict situations to communicate positive and negative feelings verbally and nonverbally with integrity and without violating the dignity of others.