AQR Breakfast Bites Heads North!
***Fully Booked***Advanced Mindful Connection for Qualitative Researchers
As qualitative researchers our connection with others is our livelihood. But how much time do we spend reflecting on how we connect with participants and clients - and what we could do better? Join us for an interactive workshop to help develop new skills that will add a new dimension to your practice.
Samantha Toon is the owner of Mind Brilliance, a consultancy helping to improve your life at work through mindfulness and mindset techniques. Sam spent more than a decade in the research industry, and understands the pressures researchers face as they balance the needs of clients, participants and colleagues.
As well as running courses and workshops she's been featured in 'Thrive Global' and 'Mind Body Green'.
This session will cover techniques that will enhance and deepen your ability to connect with yourself and others so you can:
- Build deeper and more effective relationships with your clients
- Uncover better insights from your respondents
- Take care of your own wellbeing for balance and health
The two hour session will use a number of interactive activities and mindful practices that cover:
- How to engage transformative, mindful listening
- Skilful effort in communication
- Your mindset: developing resilience and wellbeing
We believe this session will be very popular and places are limited,
Cost for AQR Members (all membership is individual not corporate):
£30 + VAT = £36
Cost for non members: £50 + VAT = £60
Book online using the links below
8 May 2019
9.30am to 11.30am
New Station Street
Leeds LS1 4JB.
Map of location:
StreetMap of LS1 4JB
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