Stress Management: Overcoming Self-Sabotaging Behavior
Have you ever experienced that a member of your team pursued an important goal only to fail because they did something irrational, or didn't do the work they should be doing? Or maybe you find them too stressed and anxious when they are aiming to achieve something important. Then, as a result feeling increasingly frustrated, discouraged and angry with themselves. That caused being trapped in negative feelings and not to do what they should.
These are signs of self-sabotage, which not only prevents your team from achieving the best results but above all, undermines their confidence, self-esteem and affects their relationships with other team members.
In this interactive and practical session, participants will learn:
- How messages from childhood, traumatic experiences and generational patterns formed the way we think and behave
- How self-awareness can improve performance
- How emotions drive their own and others behaviours
- How to use sport to overcome their hesitations and fears by releasing habitual negative thoughts and behaviours