Date(s) - 06/07/2020 - 07/07/2020 All Day
Lancaster House Hotel
The challenges of research life can make it hard to sustain a sense of personal resilience and well-being. Research life can be unpredictable, precarious and challenging. Research life can feel chaotic and throw up a whole barrage of challenges that can include feeling overwhelmed at the tasks in hand; insecurities about funding uncertainties; self-doubt in a world of knowledgeable experts; confusion about the best way forward; and the impossibilities of balancing research and the rest of life. The list could go on. It can be easy to lose yourself, your sense of direction and well-being. Indeed, it can be hard to sustain your personal resilience when you’re feeling insecure about the next stage of your work and yet resilience can be key to maintaining your research effectiveness.
Unique to this retreat, you are not going to be told what resilience is, and what you SHOULD do to build it. Resilience comes in many shapes and forms, generally pointing to the ability to recover from setbacks, to adapt to changing circumstance and keep going in the face of adversity. However, the workshop is designed to build on your experience and the collective wisdom of the group, to develop an understanding of what resilience means for you and how you can develop strategies to nourish and sustain it in everyday life.
This two-day, experiential and interactive coaching-based retreat will create an opportunity to re-engage with your own sense of personal resilience and well-being, and be challenged with how to bring that into your everyday life as well as having time for focused writing.
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