Through changing our perceptions, and applying some basic principles, we can all increase the chances of finding flow within our everyday work.

For many of us, the popular idea of flow is a bit of a mystery. This ‘flow’ state, a term coined by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, has become a holy grail.

Most have experienced that feeling of being so absorbed in an activity that we forget time, completely connected to our actions. We love the way it feels, but are less sure about finding flow at will — and particularly at work, with too much tech, distracting managers and meeting after meeting.

Who doesn’t want to feel this connection to the work we do, whatever it may be? Through changing our perceptions, understanding and applying some basic principles, we can all increase the chances of finding flow within our everyday tasks.

What we’ll cover

  • What ‘flow’ is and its eastern and western roots

  • Breaking down our understanding and relationship to our tasks at work

  • Shifting perceptions of fulfillment and happiness at work 

  • Practical exercises and experiments in finding flow

Accessing this topic

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    In person

    Facilitated in your places of work, and cross-organisationally too.

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    Live, virtual sessions

    Energising, social sessions for teams, wherever they're working from.

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    Bitesize, scalable and self-directed learning driven by your team's goals.

Partner with us

We provide growth-oriented organisations of all shapes and sizes with social, motivating and behaviourally-driven approaches to building capability throughout their teams — wherever they’re working from.

With an emphasis on virtual and remote delivery; our pioneering programmes bring people together to build skills among peers, and immediately apply them to the commercial and cultural challenges of the day.

To learn more about our transformative work with partners ranging from Dr. Martens to Dishoom, Adidas to Action for Children; and to explore ways we can support your teams — email Nick Defty or call +44 (0)20 7033 2140.

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