Creating a positive and creative culture in the workplace is key to engaging your employees in a thriving business. Using the latest findings on neuroscience, stress and resilience, Hazel will discuss why knowing how the brain works and what we can do to help it work better can increase positivity and happiness, leading to higher productivity and a better chance of business success.
With her unique insights as a psychologist, Hazel will be sharing with us the challenges and experiences in her journey to building ThinkAvellana, and what she has learned along the way. Hazel will also be offering her insight on addressing the challenges that many women in the workplace face every day.
When we say ‘Happy New Year’, we actually mean it. ‘Happiness’ is an essential element in your business success so Suffolk Business Hub is serving up some business boosting tips over breakfast and explaining why and how happiness can be the key to a successful 2017.
Join us for breakfast on Tuesday 24th January, 08.00 – 09.30 at Framlingham Technology Centre. Dr Hazel Harrison, of ThinkAvellana is our guest speaker. Hazel is a clinical psychologist, passionate about sharing the science of psychology to enhance our everyday lives and consequently our business success.
Book now http://www.suffolkbusinesshub.co.uk/event/happy-new-year or email ian@t-centre. Booking fee, including breakfast £15. SBH and SCB (Business Association) members £10
I'll be explaining why happiness is good for business, what we can do to increase our own happiness, and how to boost it in those around us.
15th July | 7.45-9am | Sea Spice, Aldeburgh
How Teens Tick is a practical workshop for parents that explores the teenage brain and how it impacts thoughts, feelings and behaviour at school and at home.
Saturday 23 January 2016
10.00am – 4.00pm
Bridge House, Framlingham
The Workshop Coaches
Dr Hazel Harrison, Clinical Psychologist and founder of ThinkAvellana, has over ten years’ experience in the NHS and private sector. Hazel’s postgraduate research on the psychological and social aspects of teenage development defined one of her career goals – finding ways teenagers can flourish. Hazel regularly shares ideas about psychology and parenting on her Twitter account and her Facebook page.
Sarah-Jane Page, Director of eastuition, is a learning specialist and educational practitioner with more than fifteen years’ experience of working with teens. Her career has been dedicated to helping teens break down barriers to learning so they can recognise their strengths and raise their personal achievement. Sarah-Jane believes that once teens find the keys that fit them, individual potential can be unlocked.
The Workshop Details
The workshop comprises of five comprehensive sessions – three in the morning and two in the afternoon.
1 - How the cogs turn
Sharing the latest scientific research, Hazel explores the inner workings of the teenage brain and why a basic understanding of neuroscience matters when parenting teens.
2 - Why teens tick the way they do
Sarah-Jane and Hazel seek to answer some of the big questions about the essence of being a teen:
Why are school friends so important?
Why are risks so enticing?
Why are emotions felt so strongly?
Why is social media so addictive?
Why do the opinions of others matter so much?
Why is identity so hard to grasp?
Why don’t teens learn from their mistakes?
3 - Why only a Rolex will do
Drawing on the latest advances in education theory and her experience at the chalkface, Sarah-Jane addresses the principles, practicalities and pitfalls of learning. With a focus on the different ways we learn, you’ll discover why reaching individual potential as a teenager is so important and how parents can encourage achievement.
4 & 5 - How to read ‘teen time’ to synchronise your clocks
Hazel and Sarah-Jane discuss practical ways to apply the knowledge behind the ways teens ‘tick’. Parents will explore how to use ‘the art of timing’ to build a strong relationship with their teen.
Practical activities and hands-on advice will give parents the chance to consider small changes that will make big differences in helping teens reach their full potential. Once you’ve discovered the PLACE for your teen, together you can connect and thrive through the adolescent years.
Once you get how they tick, you’ll click.
How Teens Tick
Saturday 23 January 2016
10.00am – 4.00pm
Bridge House, Bridge Street, Framlingham, IP13 9AJ
Exclusive Introductory Offer for January – SAVE £30
£ 97 for full day’s workshop, materials and refreshments.
To book, click here
Places are limited.
Early booking is advisable.
Workshops take place on the first floor of Bridge House in the heart of Framlingham.All materials are provided but parents are advised to bring pads and pens for additional notes.Light refreshments are provided but participants are required make arrangements for their own lunch. Food can be purchased from the market stalls, supermarket or cafes in the town.