Uncertainty is a natural and unavoidable part of life. None of us have a job for life, a guarantee of good health, or absolute certainty over what tomorrow will bring. As the coronavirus outbreak has shown, life can change very quickly and very unpredictably.
The challenge for all of us is that human beings want certainty. We want to feel safe and have a sense of control over our lives and well being. Fear and uncertainty can leave us feeling stressed, anxious, and powerless. It can drain us emotionally as we worry about everything including the economy, employment, finances, relationships and our physical and mental health. We’re all different in how much uncertainty we can tolerate in life.
Join us on Thursday 26 November at 12:30pm (UK time) and by the end of this 60-minute webinar you’ll have learnt the following:
Join us on Thursday 26 November, 12.30pm (UK time)
'I have more courage now to tackle difficult problems'
'Lucy encourages me to step out of my comfort zone and not compromise when it comes to development. I’ve learned a lot and have more courage now to tackle difficult problems.'
Maria Healy, Community Fundraising Manager, Mind
Caroline Doran, founder of Deliver Grow, has been leading and facilitating change in the charity sector for over 15 years. She has worked on some of the biggest change programmes in the sector and in 2017 decided to take what she'd learnt within organisations to support purpose-led individuals and organisations to embrace change.
Caroline works as a coach, facilitator, trainer and consultant to support organisations, teams and individuals through times of uncertainty and change. Caroline believes times of uncertainty and change can provide us with unique opportunities for learning and growth. Her work focusses on helping people build the skills set and mindset to embrace those opportunities.
As well as being a change specialist Caroline is a mum to her two girls and one dog, a keen artist and lover of sleeping under canvas (not in winter though!).
She is a coach, trainer and facilitator specialising in giving people the confidence and tools to think creatively, develop ideas and make their innovations happen.
She is bestselling author of The Innovation Workout and a global speaker on innovation.
Lucy is passionate about helping people unlock their creativity and get the important work done. She enjoys working on projects with the potential to make a positive impact on the world.
When she isn’t busy working, Lucy can be found roaming the beaches and countryside of Devon and Cornwall with her dog Gary.
You can find Lucy at Lucidity.org.uk and email@example.com.