Overcome Team Management Misery (First 2 Weeks Free)

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What’s dragging you down in the office?

It’s what you’re thinking — but it’s not what you think…

 At work, the ongoing “people problems” can leave us feeling maxed out. Personalities clash, and the conversations, texts and emails come in so rapidly and unexpectedly we can’t keep up. Day after day, each new drama piles on top of the last. There’s no time to process… Nowhere to go with our feelings… And when we don’t know how to respond, we’re left feeling inadequate, and even ashamed at not being able to navigate through to success. 

We try one idea after another that doesn’t produce positive outcomes. And each mistake has even more painful outcomes… For our day, for our teams, our projects, our career, our income — and all the relationships in our life which are affected by this intensity dragging us down, day after day…

And worse yet — it drags down our sense of who we are, leaving us feeling burned out, washed out and lacking in the confidence we need for leadership. 

We need a better way 

The good news is there is a better way. One that can lead us out of chaos and confusion and towards a more genuine, settled and confident way of working — even when things get intense.

In Overcome Team Management Misery: 6 Weeks to Stop Hating Everyone (and Yourself) at Work, Buddhist teacher and communication trainer Greg Heffron brings his background in mindful communication to the most harrowing moments in the office.

This 6-week pre-recorded online course includes talks, real life stories and examples, guided exercises, easy to remember metaphors, meditations and straightforward weekly assignments to take us beyond ‘good ideas’ and into a more confident, clear and connected state.

The result? Being able to “flow” in the office, so decision making and communication are straightforward, streamlined, effective and even (God forbid) easy.

Schedule and Time Commitment to utterly change your relationship to work

Six 60-minute videos
+ 30-40min per week in exercises to be done at home