Developing Mental Fitness in yourself and your team
In recent years the word ‘resilience’ has become increasingly heard. We worry greatly about people who seem to lack it, and when we feel we have resilience, we tend to fare better during a challenge. Resilience is important, and yet, did you know that it’s only one of several core components that make up mental fitness – and that resilience is sometimes misunderstood?
In this session we explore ALL of the components of mental fitness. All are skills that people can develop to become the best, and happiest, version of themselves.
Starting with yourself, but also considering how to support your colleagues too – the aim of this session is to get you to think and action plan about what’s really needed to bring out the best in everyone.
- Understand the core components that make up mental fitness
- Identify your mental fitness strengths and challenges.
- Plan ways to improve levels of mental fitness in yourself and support colleagues.
Lisa is an award-winning experienced ICF accredited coach and trainer with a proven track record. Certified Mental Fitness Coach with a particular passion for working with female leaders within socially minded organisations to help them to be authentic and emotionally intelligent, overcoming their inner saboteurs.
Co-founder of Real Clear, a coaching and training company that works with socially minded organisations. Specialist in leadership programmes, resilience and mental fitness. Real Clear have trained and coached 1000s of people including MPs, MEPs, Headteachers, Teachers, Charity leaders and more.
Owner of Lisa Read Coaching - specialist in working with young adults and children from KS2 to late teens, including those with special educational needs.
Qualified teacher, and experienced special needs co-ordinator and senior leader. Vice Chair of Governors for a large secondary school.
Leader of Sheffield Coaching Exchange - a continuing professional development group for coaching professionals. Master member of the EMCC.
Proud to be an Associate trainer for the UK's largest coaching school: The Coaching Academy. Wrote and deliver the Neuroscience for Coaches CPD based on Lisa’s extensive neuroscience training, and also Coaching Leaders within Education. Lisa also regularly deliver webinars and peer to peer sessions on International Coach Federation (ICF) competencies.