Full-Day Resilience Workshop with Gabi Lowe and Pippa Shaper
Learn the tools of emotional resilience
Every day brings new and sometimes complex challenges. Whether it’s facing loss and adversity, finding ways to cope with stressful demands or simply working out how to make each day count … the difference between surviving and thriving lies in our ability to access emotional resilience.
Friday 13 September 2019: This unique full-day Resilience Workshop, held in the beautiful setting of Old Mutual House, will teach you some of the most effective and practical tools for authentic emotional resilience no matter what life throws at you.
The Ten R’s of Resilience ( Copyright © The Resilience Factory) is a powerful proprietary model for resilience co-authored by Gabi Lowe and Pippa Shaper. It is easy to grasp and apply and provides inspirational, useful, practical and meaningful tools to help you, your family and friends build a more resilient and meaningful life in the face of challenge. Develop your ability to face the world again tomorrow matter what your circumstances.
What people say who have attended our workshops:
“Life-changing and inspiring” ; “Transformative; deeply satisfying”; “Positive and uplifting, useful and concrete examples”
“Very powerful and inspirational. Practical too, you can make changes in your life immediately”
“A meaningful, wholehearted experience made great with a practical set of tools”
“Potent breakdown of important tools for life”
“Meaningful and practical guidance for resilience"
“Completely empowering lessons by people who have lived it”
“An incredible and powerful experience”; “Everyone needs to do this”
When: Friday 13th September 2019
Where: Old Mutual House, 33 Klaasens Road, Bishops Court, 7708.
Time: 8:30 for 9am to 4pm – all snacks, teas/coffees, lunch and worksheets included
All bookings via quicket only R895
Full day workshop - with Gabi Lowe & Pippa Shaper - lunch and workbook included
Gabi Lowe: Gabi spent 27 years in media and marketing and, following a dramatic change of personal circumstances, found her true calling as a life and leadership coach through her business, The Coaching Nest. Gabi is acknowledged worldwide for the impact she has had on organ donation and the fight against Pulmonary Hypertension. Following the loss of their eldest daughter Jenna Lowe in 2015, Gabi founded The Jenna Lowe Trust a public benefit organisation that continues Jenna’s legacy.
Pippa Shaper: Pippa’s career started in retail in the UK before settling in South Africa in 1992 and working in the non-profit sector, which lead to her co-founding Home from Home, a Child Protection Organisation, as well as becoming a trustee of several other international NPOs. Believing that we all have three careers in us, Pippa started her coaching studies in 2015 when she gained international accreditation as a Gallup Strengths Coach, and has continued her studies with the Centre for Coaching at UCT’s Graduate School of Business.