Please join us for our Lunch THEN Learn Series during Thrive Week. We encourage participants to bring a lunch and network with colleagues from 12-1pm.
The workshop will be held from 1-2pm.
Our brains are wired for survival, which creates a natural tendency to focus on and be motivated by negative thought patterns like criticism, pain, and danger. Self-compassion training helps educators understand and transform these habitual responses and develop the ability to motivate with compassion rather than self-criticism. The science shows – and through our work we can see – that self-compassion has a significant positive impact on educator well-being, resilience, and stress management. Practicing self-compassion involves taking action and making positive changes in our lives. Through this process, we see people reconnecting with their deep motivation and excitement for helping others.
• Learn and practice techniques to reduce workplace fatigue
• Respond to negative thought patterns with self-kindness
• Utilize compassion as a motivator rather than self-criticism
• Integrate core practices into everyday life.