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NERC - Mental Wellbeing for Times Like These (13/11/21) CPD Presenter: Neil O'Brien
13-11-2021   Starts 11:30 A.M -1:30 P.M.
2 CPD hours
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NERC - Mental Wellbeing for Times Like These

Presenters Bio: 

Neil O'Brien worked for a bank for 22 years and then decided that it was time for a change. In 1998 he founded Time To Fly and has since become Ireland's most requested conference speaker on this topic, thought leader and executive coach on the topics of mental fitness and human potential.

Some of his talks include -

Basic is the New Advanced - the truth about resilience
Busy is the New Lazy - hide or overcompensate, are you busy doing both
Talent it the New Certainty - your natural talent is your future 
Mental Fitness - how happy are you, how tough are you, how resilient are you?
The Next Big Thing - you have to book the talk to find outl

Some of his clients are Abbvie, Accenture, AIB Bank Apple, Bank of Ireland, CarTrawler, Citi, Coca Cola, Deloitte, Diageo, Energia, Facebooh FBD, Google, IDA, IBEC, Irish Life Health, Kainos, KPMG, Lidl, NTMA, Rabobank, Salesforce, Twitter, Dept ofThe Taoiseach, Dept of Education.

Neil has also in the past coached elite and professional sports people on their mental fitness and has worked with Ryder Cup, Walker Cup and Curtis Cup golfers, elite athletes, Davis Cup tennis players, the GAA, and the FAI.

He was also the first coach to be regularly featured on Irish television and contributed to such programmes as Open House, The Health Show, The Health Squad, The Mentor, The Clinic. He has also delivered many radio talks and slots on the above topics.

Recently Neil received a wonderful response when he premiered his one-man-show Time To Fly! to a theatre audience. He is also a published author and his debut book Time To Fly is published by The Liffey Press.

NeiI has helped psychiatrists with their stress management, psychologists with their personal development, managing directors with their sense af direction, sales people sell more, footballers score more and golfers score less!

Workshop Outline:

This webinar is designed and presented by Neil O'Brien, Time To FIy Ltd. 

Neil is a speaker, author and coach in the areas of mental wellbeing and human potential. Drawing on his 30 years experience in these areas this session will

Introduction: Neil will introduce the group to the Mental Fitness approach to mental health and wellbeing. He will outline what it is, how to measure it and
how it differs from other approaches to wellbeing.

Are You In The Mood: Neil will reveal the truth to mood management, why there are no 'confident people' and he will show how our moods can be managed
better to help us be better.

The Joy of Discipline: Here he will share the latest findings and tips about creating better habits and discipline. He will cover the four key daily areas of
habit that determine all others. He will show how to have great discipline without needing willpower or motivation.

Keep on Keeping on: Neil will explain what resilience actually is, how to practice it and how to recover quickly from setbacks and disappointments.

Audience: this session is suitable for everyone in any organization regardless of age, grade or experience. It will be both thought provoking and entertaining and the audience will be encouraged to get involved along the way. There will aiso be a Q&A session towards the end.

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