Habits Workshop (Sold Out)

Date:
Tuesday, October 16, 2018 - 6:00pm PDT to Tuesday, October 30, 2018 - 8:00pm PDT
Location: UBC Robson Square, C150 - 800 Robson St. Vancouver, BC
Presenter:
Cole Nakatani, BCom and David Kohler, Ph.D.

The average person spends over 40% of their day on autopilot, directed by habits. But what do you do if these habits are no longer creating the best results? If you want to improve how you work, accomplish new goals, or adapt to changes in your environment, this requires breaking old habits. With workplaces changing faster than ever, knowing how to adapt is essential.

This two-part workshop will guide you through tried and tested practical skills that will help you take control of making changes at work and in your life.

Key Takeaways:

  • How to design habits that stick and new ways to change existing habits
  • The link between creating habits and how you manage your mental energy
  • Uncover hidden barriers that get in the way of creating the habits you want

Cost: $39 - Your registration and payment will cover both sessions of the two-part workshop. 

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About the Facilitators: 

Cole Nakatani, BCom and David Kohler, Ph.D.  

Cole and David have worked with hundreds of people and facilitated dozens of workshops and courses on habit change for over four years. They are the co-founders of Hydra Labs, an education design consultancy that specializes in curriculum design, facilitator and instructor training and professional workshop delivery. (http://hydralabs.co)

Cole, a UBC Sauder School of Business graduate, has designed and facilitated courses at the University of British Columbia and worked with Canada’s top entrepreneurship hubs to create engaging courses and workshops online and in-person.  Cole describes himself as a passionate ‘education hacker’. 

One of David’s biggest drives in life is empowering people to get how awesome and powerful they are. He holds a doctorate degree in mathematics and has been teaching this discipline with students for the past 15 years.  He now trains other educators and is also a coach for personal training and development.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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