- Not everyone has access to structured development at work
- Quality training can be expensive for individuals to self-fund
- The opportunity costs of attending face-to-face training can be prohibitive
- Self-directed personal development can be a lonely experience
- It can be difficult to know where to start
Why Community Plus?
We have created Community Plus to support members with the challenges they face when it comes to personal and professional development:
By joining Community Plus, you’ll get access to:
- High-quality masterclasses and online training courses
- Premium digital resources to support your learning and growth
- A year-long personal development programme shaped around your goals and values
- Discounts on coaching sessions with the WorkLifePsych team
- The support of a community to help you keep going
- A varied calendar of events featuring experienced subject-matter experts
- The expertise, enthusiasm and accountability of a group of like-minded professionals.
Community Plus Benefits
A Development Plan
In addition to access to experts, structure learning and ad hoc office hours conversations, we’ll have regular sessions dedicated to clarifying, planning and executing your personal development plan. We’ll help you clarify your values, turn aspirations into well-crafted goals and intentions into practical action. Each quarter, we’ll also provide accountability and check in on your progress towards what matters to you. We’ll give you everything you need to make the changes and achieve the goals you’ve been dreaming of.
How do I sign up?
It couldn’t be easier. Community Plus is part of our existing WorkLifePsych Community.
You can sign up for Community Plus by clicking on the button below. Then you’ll be asked to choose a payment option – either monthly or annually.
You can choose to pay monthly, which costs a very accessible £9.99, or save a little by paying our annual fee of £99.99.
Whatever your preference, don’t forget you can take advantage of a free one-week trial of the community. You may of course have some questions before signing up to a paid commitment, so please get in touch and ask us anything.
The following is a selection of the confirmed speakers we have scheduled across 2022 and 2023.
Each masterclass is a ninety-minute deep-dive into a key topic from our core themes of productivity, wellbeing and interpersonal effectiveness. With built in interactivity and an opportunity for questions with the experts, each session is also recorded for offline viewing.
Building your Leadership Brand - Dr. Lyn Lanka
Building your leadership brand gives you a clear idea of your values and goals as a leader. It also provides clarity to others about the value you bring to your organization. But, how can we build our leadership brand? This session will provide you with real world and evidence-based insights regarding how to understand your identity as a leader and how this linked with your own unique leadership brand.
Minimising fear of failure - Gemma Leigh Roberts
Experienced coach and psychologist, Gemma is the author of ‘Mindset Matters’ and a well-established contributor on LinkedIn Learning. An expert in resilience and how to cultivate it, Gemma is going to explore the role of failure in our personal growth. While we might be tempted to move on from failures as soon as possible, Gemma will explain how reflection and interpretation of our failure can serve as a valuable tool for building our future resilience.
First Steps in Mindfulness - Dr. Sarah Strohmaier
Dr Sarah Strohmaier is a Chartered Psychologist, lecturer, and researcher of mindfulness and mindfulness-based programs and their effectiveness. This workshop will explore the evidence behind mindfulness, bust some myths and misunderstandings about mindfulness, highlight the benefits it can bring and provide guidance on how to start a mindfulness practice. Sarah will be able to answer all your mindfulness-related questions.