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Time of Event: Thursday 2nd June, 12:00pm
Join us for an insightful session ‘Refocusing After Setback’ facilitated by our Head of Clinical Services and Principle Psychologist, Kevin Vowles.
Kevin will reflect on real life setbacks and how defeat feels. It has a harsh sting to it. A feeling of horror and shame that you’ve let others and yourself down. Often its felt despite knowing that we live in an era where failure is accepted as an inevitable result of trying to innovate. However, after licking your wounds, you learn more from your mistakes than from your accomplishments. Setback isn't the same as losing and everyone, at large, can benefit from every setback.
Most of us have experienced setback at a time in our lives. Whether at work, in business, in sport or in our personal lives. Setback is not a sign of failure, in fact many of the world's high achievers have experienced countless setbacks before going on to achieve what they endeavored.
Setback offers an opportunity to reset, realign and refocus. We will talk through the importance of going through this process after experiencing setback, in order to move forward and achieve your goals.
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This webinar is complementary to attend and open to all. Please feel free to invite your colleagues, friends and family members. Sign up below.
Kevin Vowles, Head of Clinical Services & Principle Psychologist
Kevin is a specialist in creating innovative programs and initiatives that meet strategic level objectives, an expert in building and maintaining high performing teams, and a professional advisor to senior leaders on workplace climate surveillance, personnel management and mental health illness prevention.
As a registered psychologist with clinical training, Kevin has a degrees in management and marketing and over 14 years’ experience in the field of psychology. As a scientist-practitioner Kevin combines evidence-based practices and evaluation techniques from a variety of areas of psychology.
Kevin has a unique wealth of knowledge and experience obtained from his career as a senior Army Psychologist including eight overseas operations, and as a professional athlete, a military ski and alpine survival instructor, and manager of clinical services at Drake WellbeingHub.
A gifted thinker who is able to translate strategic level intent and create easy to understand programs and logical evaluation processes. This mix of attributes enables Kevin to establish credibility, forge strong working relationships across diverse stakeholder portfolios, and deliver results quickly.