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Free workshop for members

The date and time: Aug 16 2013, 2.00pm to 4.30pm

The venue:
The Musicians Union
60-62 Clapham Road
London
SW9 0JJ
T: 020 7840 5506

Tutor: Muriel McClymont

When the going gets tough, the tough get going! But how do they do they keep going? This workshop on building and developing resilience, will give you tools and ideas to help you bounce back from inevitable setbacks and maintain the momentum to reach your goals.

Resilience is certainly important if you’re going to be successful in the long term but it is not something you either have or don’t have - how resilient you are is more about habits of thinking than predetermination. The good news is that resilience is a skill and can be learnt.

 

Apply online by August 8th


Workshop Content

This workshop includes:

  • Looking at what resilience is
  • Strategies to take action
  • Finding the upside
  • Learning to consider setbacks in a larger context.

Who should attend?

Anyone who feels they would like to come along to a fun session, with their fellow freelances and pick up some new ideas and strategies to build their resilience.

Learning outcomes

By the end of the workshop, you will:

  • Understand the key elements of resilience
  • Have tools and ideas to help develop your resilience
  • Recognise your role and choice in how you react to setbacks
  • Understand how to take something positive from the ‘bad’ stuff
  • Discover that you are not alone!

Apply online by August 8th

To apply for a place on this free session, fill in the short application form by Aug 8th. You will need to register if you have not done so already.

All workshops have been over-subscribed to date so successful applicants will be chosen randomly after the cut-off date of Aug 8th. We will let you know if your application has been successful by Aug 9th.

WHO’S AN FEU TRAINING MEMBER?

Equity, the Musicians’ Union, the National Union of Journalists and the Writers’ Guild are working together in this instance under the banner of ‘The Federation of Entertainment Unions’. This enables us to maximize resources to deliver skills development opportunities common to our multi-union members.

Our aim is to help the career progress of our freelance members through the recession and beyond by providing a range of free and low cost blended-learning opportunities.

It’s free to join the FEU Training website and there’s a variety of advice and information available to members. To register: go to www.feutraining.org.

Further enquiries
e: katew@feutraining.org
t: 07580 348726

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