How is it that a virtue as intangible as Hope can have such a lasting and measurable impact on human potential?
In this talk, participants will learn how Hope is practical and rational and how we can use it as a motivator for success in our businesses, our homes and our communities. Hope has a huge impact on our biological, psychological and neurological well-being and in over 2,000 scientific research studies, hope has been identified as the key driver for success in school, in business and in life.
Drawing on her own experience as the wife of a recovering alcoholic, combined with first-hand experience and knowledge of mental health, motivation and perseverance, Lindsay Recknell will give participants five easy ways to increase hope levels in themselves and other people.
Understand the Science of Hope and the success of this positive psychology on mental illness and overall mental well-being
Identify practical, actionable and easily measurable techniques to use hope to motivate action
Introduction to Hope Theory, a toll to increase hope levels in ourselves and others
Five practical and tangible tactics to implement hope-based action within individuals and organizations
Application of Hope Theory, an innovative and future-facing apporach to goal setting anhd strategic planning
Deeper understanding of ourselves, our motivations and our plans for our personal and professional futures
Individuals activities for self-awareness and reflection
Group activities in a safe and non-pressure environment
Additional resources for further education and knowledge
Lindsay Recknell is a speaker, facilitator and
mental health advocate who has experienced the power of hope firsthand and used
it to create positive change in her life. Her focus on hope – and the
realization that hope can be a powerful motivator of action – came from a very
personal journey, as caregiver to those struggling with mental illness.
Lindsay is a results-oriented professional with
diversified experience in communications, business analysis and reporting,
project management, financials, sales presentation, people management, business
process design, and facilitation strategies – all skills that complement her
work as a certified Emergenetics Associate and an expert in hope.
As a Certified Psychological Health & Safety
Advisor, Lindsay works with organizations to increase their levels of
psychological health & safety in the workplace using the Science of Hope –
evidence-based, practical tips and techniques to increase levels of hope within
organizations by increasing hope levels in individuals. She empowers the individual, strengthens
teams and transforms organizations through her Hope Motivates Action, Hope
for Humans and Bucket List Builder programs. Lindsay lives in
Calgary with her husband and their two Golden Retrievers.
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