NYCI’s National Youth Health Programme are delighted to host a webinar in partnership with Nollaig O Sullivan, an accredited Performance Psychologist on Time & Energy Management.
We frequently take the importance of time for granted, never realising how our view of this valuable asset affects not only our thoughts and behaviours, but also the choices we make.
We can be more aware of how we think about time – are we stuck in our past, spending too much time in the present, or always in the future that we are missing out on everyday things happening now – as well as how we spend it. We will explore ways in which you can become more aware of your time perspectives and how you structure time in order to achieve better work life balance. We will also explore energy management, looking at the five pillars of time management and talk through simple tools and techniques that can build your energy throughout the day. We will also explore many other areas such as how our thoughts can negatively impact our productivity, how having performance rituals to psychologically detach from work and home is essential and many more.
10.30am – 1pm
Nollaig is a qualified Performance and Sport Psychologist accredited by the Sport Ireland Institute, The Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI) and the British Psychological Society (BPS). Nollaig has over 14 years in the field of psychology. Nollaig holds two master’s and a postgraduate certificate (level 9 rewards) in performance psychology and workplace health promotion. Nollaig works within sport supporting the psychological mindset and her expertise also lies within supporting psychological wellbeing in the workplace. Nollaig creates and delivers talks and workshops around a range of topics resilience, mental toughness, effective leadership, mental health and psychological wellbeing to name a few, with green and blue exercise as a specialist interest. She has extensive experience consulting with clients all over the globe.
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