November 12, 2021 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm Australia/Sydney
Feeling motivated is an essential part of mental health and well-being but many people do not know what really motivates them or how to sustain their motivation. Temperament theory is a perfect tool to help our clients connect to their sense of purpose. But motivation is also about persistence and resilience. Catherine will share an approach to motivation which links temperament theory to academic theories of motivation. In temperament groups, we will explore the beliefs that can act as accelerators or brakes on our performance and work out strategies for persistence and resilience which fit with who we are. By bridging the gap between the temperament lens of type and academia we can bring the benefits of both worlds to our clients to enable them to live more fulfilled lives. This creates a powerful combination for practical action to sustain our motivation and well-being in our uncertain world. The session will be interactive with break out groups and activities.
Catherine Stothart is a Leadership Coach with Airbus and a partner in Google’s Mastery Faculty of virtual facilitators. She has coached and trained hundreds of managers in the private sector to develop their leadership and communication skills. She also works with schools and colleges. Catherine is the author of ‘How to Get On with Anyone’ (2018, Pearson) – based on Interaction Styles, it’s a guide to building better relationships with others. She is a Fellow of the CIPD, has an MSc, and is currently BAPT’s Director of Events.
This session is part of the AusAPT Online 2021 Conference. You can find the full conference program and book your place here:
You can view a video of Catherine talking about her presentation on our YouTube channel.
Here’s a handy PDF of the Conference program: