Why is it that we generally consider love to be so important outside of work but not at work? Why is it that 'professionalism' and 'love' often seem mutually exclusive? Do you feel like a rebel? Well let's talk about love at work!
When we think of love, we generally skip to the romantic kind of love (which is wonderful) but not what we are talking about here. Leading with love and compassion has been extensively researched and is something many workplaces are seriously lacking. Yet those who feel loved and appreciated are happier, healthier, more productive, and create a culture of belonging.
Do you find yourself on board with this idea or not convinced? Either way, please join us in this Sydney Culture First event where using our love languages we will explore how we easily we misunderstand each other (in work and life) and how by knowing each other (and our love languages) we can support each other in more meaningful ways. No prior knowledge of love languages is needed - there will be a link to take the short survey to find out more about them.
We will explore some of the research but this session will be highly interactive where after learning your love languages we will work out how you can apply these to create a culture of love, belonging, and appreciation.
Thursday July, 1:
4pm - 5.30pm (AEST)
(Photo by Hush Naidoo on Unsplash)
The More Human Company
Sonja has recovered from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome which led her down the path of wellbeing. First, to put herself back together and then to support others. The shorthand version of the more human company is don’t burnout and don’t be an asshole!
She is a positive psychology coach, strengths profiler, emotional culture deck certified facilitator, lego serious play facilitator, yoga, meditation and breathwork teacher. She uses her background as well as recent discoveries in neuroscience to create unique programs and coaching with practical tools and techniques.
She is a straight-talking Scot with a slight coffee addiction, a love for red lipstick and scarves and smile as much as she can.