- Introduction to Self-Awareness course
- A 5-week modular course
- Increase your self-awareness, the foundation of any personal development journey
- Focus on values, motivations, balance, and goal setting
- Create a plan of action to make meaningful, lasting behavioural change
Each week you will be guided by audio and video tutorials through a series of simple to use, accessible exercises that will help you enhance your self-awareness by focusing on your core values, motivating factors, and balance, highlighting your personal priorities in each area. There are also links to further explore the topics should you wish to.
By the end of the course, you will have a goal-focused plan of action so you can explore further and make meaningful and lasting changes to your life.
Throughout the course, you will also have the opportunity to connect with a community of like-minded people and connect with a qualified executive coach to explore topics further and answer any questions you might have. This will enrich your learning journey and give you greater insights along the way.
Imagine what you could achieve if you unlocked your true potential. Join today to embark on this journey of self-awareness, and we look forward to working with you.
New for 2023:
Introductory Offer, was £90 now £75
The course consists of 5 modules. Each module explores a different component of self-awareness and contains video and audio tutorials as well as accessible exercises for you to complete in your workbook.
By the end of the course, you will have achieved a clear awareness for each of these areas and created goals and objectives to help you make the behavioural changes you desire.
The Learning Cycle
To achieve meaningful, lasting behavioural change we need to move through various stages of a learning process.
This starts with obtaining an awareness of ourselves and our environment, then understanding and accepting what we find before exploring and adopting a realistic practice that facilitates the desired change in our behaviour.
Once embedded through repeated use that practice can achieve behavioural change.
Constant review at any point in the cycle allows an honest evaluation of our progress.