I have been facilitating training workshops for over a decade now. I have facilitated many week-long retreats and designed and conducted hundreds of two-day and one-day training programs. However, what I enjoy facilitating the most, and find the most effective for employee skill development, is the micro-workshop format.
We are conditioned to believe that only prejudiced people are guilty of being biased, and not people who are educated and progressive. However, no matter what our educational background is or which culture we belong to, we are all guilty of being biased.
We live in an increasingly fragmented world. Several tasks, priorities and relationships vie for our attention at the same time.
Experts know how to focus their energy singularly – think of a cricket batsman who walks into a tricky situation in the game with a stadium full of cheering fans or a tennis player serving to save the set and the match.
All this week, we will discuss the subject of deep focus and how it can lead to dramatic improvement in performance and lead to increased satisfaction at work and in life.