Subject 1: Free Yourself from Perfectionism Trap
Lecturer: Khatereh Zabihi
Khatereh Zabihi is a member of the Ontario Association of Counsellors, and Psychotherapist with more than 13 years of experience in coaching, training, and counseling personal and professional development. She is a Certified Trainer and Coach in MBTI, Jack Canfield Method, and John Maxwell leadership team.
Perfectionism is one of the major barriers of experiencing inner peace for most successful people. If you are one of those individuals who have high standards and expectations from yourself and others, and therefore unconsciously ruining your life and your relationships, this program is for you.
- How being a perfectionist makes you procrastinate decision making and doing work?
- What are 7 signs of negative perfectionism, and how they sabotage your relationships?
- Which types of perfectionists are you (Jeffrey Young’s theory)?
- What are the roots and reasons of perfectionism and how to free yourself from them?
- How to change Perfectionism to Progression?
Subject 2: Leadership Development Today
Lecturer: Dr. Alireza Sharifi
MasterClass Trainer and Master Coach, Dr. Alireza Sharifi will cover the abovementioned topic.
Dr. Sharifi holds a doctorate degree in Business, in the field of Business Psychology & Leadership Behavior. He is also a certified NLP, Time Line Therapy, and Hypnotherapy Trainer, Master NLP Coach and Certified Stress Management Consultant. He is also the coauthor of “Leadership in Dynamic Organizations”, which is available in Amazon.
One of the most important challenges of dynamic and successful organizations in recent decades is the topic of developing competent managers with leadership qualities. Moreover, leadership is one of the key determinants of organizational ability to motivate people to align them in order to achieve predetermined goals and to make critical changes happen.
In this session, first the key differences between management and leadership will be discussed; then, the big myths of leadership will be explored. Additionally, there will be a discussion on the importance of Neurological Hierarchy and its practical effects in developing effective leadership skills.
Date: Monday – February 25th, 2019
Time: 7.00 – 9.00 pm
Location: World on Yonge – 7191 Yonge St, Unit #706