Mindfulness strategies can be practical and the research shows that brief practices are very effective. Experienced mindfulness trainer, Dr. Michele Kielty, teaches simple and effective tools that can be used in and out of the workplace to create calm, focus, and greater well-being. The well-regulated individual works better with and for others. This is a workshop throughout which participants learn and practice skills.
Research tells us that it is more effective to build on strengths than it is to try and correct all of our perceived weaknesses. This workshop incorporates an evidence-based assessment from the field of positive psychology to determine strengths. Individuals and teams benefit from examining how to optimize strengths and plan intentionally around using them for the greater good of themselves and the organization. This is an interactive workshop provided by Dr. Michele Kielty.
The stressors of our everyday lives can sometimes be overwhelming and we start to lose focus, momentum, and even a sense of meaning. During this workshop, we lean into self-compassion and personal resilience to connect back with our personal passion and motivation for the work that we do.
We explore personal resilience styles and learn self-compassion practices. We discuss how to enhance our teams and work spaces through resiliency and compassion for self and others. Dr. Kielty facilitates an interactive learning experience throughout this workshop.
As workplace pressures abound, it can be easy to lose sight of how we impact our environment and others around us. This workshop centers on workplace values and goals as well as creating an intentional climate. This workshop takes into account the specific needs, values, and goals of the organization, including smaller group work with teams. This is a highly interactive workshop facilitated by Dr. Michele Kielty.
Dr. Michele Kielty uses a wellness model to examine work/life balance. Participants evaluate multiple facets of their current well-being using an assessment provided by Dr. Kielty. Participants are led through a values-based, intentional goal-setting session that addresses self-care strategies. Participants will leave with a personal self-care plan.
If we know ourselves, our preferences and our strengths, we can communicate more clearly and effectively. We can also better develop the assets we can bring into our workplaces. This workshop incorporates two evidence-based assessments which assess personality preferences and character strengths. Individuals and teams benefit from examining preferences and learning how to optimize teammates’ contributions. This is an interactive workshop provided by Dr. Michele Kielty.
In a group of very diverse non-profit leaders, Michele was able to deliver information and assist leaders in developing the necessary skills to promote healthy communication and effective working relationships. She not only provided excellent data, but also practical strategies and methods to use with their respected teams.
No, not at all as these are examples of popular workshops I have delivered. My experience, training and credentials in the fields of coaching, counseling, and training allow me to provide high quality custom workshops. I can create a custom workshop for your organization based on your needs.
Additional examples include de-escalation of high intensity clients and self-care for providers, creating self-care plans for leaders in high-intensity professions, and finding meaningful career pathways.
The length depends on the needs of the organization. Typically, ½ day and full-day workshops are most popular. I can provide longer workshop experiences if needed.
First, we have a planning meeting after we agree to the terms of the contract. I provide you with a proposed outline of what will be covered. I deliver the workshop (in person or via zoom if preferred). Finally, we have a meeting to assess the effectiveness of the workshop and provide space to talk future directions for your organization.
The length depends on the needs of the organization, including any assessments that will be used. Once we discuss your organization’s needs, I will develop a proposal for you to review.
Use my contact form or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will set up an initial introductory call to discuss your needs. I will then send you a proposal for the work we have discussed and we will create a timeline from there.