Switch4Life Webinars

Switching is all about managing emotional reactivity to be the best version of yourself in all aspects of life. During these free monthly webinars, Decida’s co-founders Roshelle Weir and Phil Slade will be exploring all of the components of switching and other strategies for optimised mental health and wellbeing.  These live streamed sessions are guaranteed to be entertaining and highly informative with a focus on exploring ways to practically introduce new ways of thinking and skills into your life.

Sign up for one, or all of them, to attend a live streamed event, or subscribe to our YouTube channel to enjoy the replays at your leisure.  Watch this space (or follow us on social media) for the latest information on upcoming sessions. 

Bullying and workplace psychopaths

What to do when you suspect you are the victim of a workplace bully.

Workplace bullying is a major issue, with nearly half of Australian employees having experienced some workplace bullying during their lives. Furthermore, it is associated with a range of adverse outcomes such as poor mental health and reduced quality of life. Bullying can be verbal, physical, social or psychological abuse by employers or colleagues and can happen ton anyone, in any social situation. Often involving ongoing or repeated misuse of power in relationships with the intention to cause deliberate psychological harm,  knowing what the signs are, and what to do about it, is crucial for personal and organisational success.

In this session we will:

  • explain the difference between a bully and a psychopath,
  • highlight the psychopathic markers to watch out for, and
  • describe strategies for responding and managing the situation safely and appropriately.

Optimal stress

How to avoid burn out and stay in the optimal stress zone.

Stress is typically associated with feeling overwhelmed or unable to cope with mental or emotional pressure, but in reality there is good and bad stress. Good stress, or eustress, is the type of stress you feel when you’re excited and can be great for motivation. On the other hand bad stress, or distress, can take a heavy toll on your body and leads to poor concentration and decreased performance. Learning how to manage stress levels effectively will enable you to supercharge your life. 

In this session we will:

  • discuss the difference between good and bad stress,
  • explain how stress impacts performance, 
  • explore how to recognise your signs of overwhelm, and
  • identify ways to manage stress more effectively. 

How to have difficult conversations

Navigate a difficult conversation with confidence. 

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Managing people through change – leading with empathy

How to lead a team with strength and certainty, whilst also being empathetic and compassionate. 

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Advanced communication and negotiation skills

Communicate in a way that influences the outcome you need. 

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Creating high performance teams

Identify where to focus your energy to build a high performance team.

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Becoming mentally stronger

How to best use tools to strengthen the mental resilience of yourself and those around you.

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Previous Webinars

Below you can access recordings and information on our previous webinars.

Fundamentals of emotional intelligence

Helping you to identify and leverage emotions to your advantage.

Emotional intelligence is the ability to identify and regulate emotions in yourself and others. Strong emotional intelligence skills helps you to build relationships, reduce stress, defuse conflict and improve job satisfaction. According to Harvard Business Review emotional intelligence accounts for nearly 90 percent of what sets high performers apart from peers with similar technical skills and knowledge and is an acknowledged skill for winning at life.

Behavioural Economics 101: Unconscious bias and good decision making

Use and recognise psychological influences to improve decision making.

Behavioral economics draws on psychology and economics to explore why people sometimes make irrational decisions, and why and how their behavior does not follow the predictions of traditional economic models. One application of behavioral economics is heuristics, which is the use of rules of thumb or mental shortcuts to make quick decisions. However, heuristics can lead to cognitive unconscious bias. Having an understanding of behavioral economics helps us to predict and influence what people are going to do given a context.

Fundamentals of social intelligence

Adjusting your behaviour to align with the requirements of the audience.

Social intelligence is the capacity to be aware of and understand your thoughts and feelings, as well as the feelings and behaviours of those around you. When you are socially intelligent, you are aware of motivational and emotional drivers, and are able to fit confidently into different social situations, as you are able to communicate in the right way.  Social intelligence is often labelled as “people skills” and can be an invaluable skill to master.

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