Often the inner voice that we all have in our heads prevents us from making a move towards a more successful and fulfilling future. It can also lower our self-esteem and cause inner turmoil resulting in poor relationships with peers, co-workers, friends and family. Learning how to manage the inner critic is key to your ability to succeed.
Why you should attend
Even the most successful people must learn how to manage their inner critic on a daily basis. The difference between someone who can manage their inner critic and one who cannot be their sense of fulfillment, their movement through life (stalled or progressing) and their ability to effectively manage relationships (with self and with others). You will want to attend this class if you have ever said or thought of one of the following statements:
I would like to move forward with insert project/business/task, but I don't think I could actually do it.
I wish I was like insert name they have their stuff together. I'm just not like that.
I know I could do insert task name, but I don’t really believe that I can. I don't have insert name of what you don't believe you have.
I'm not smart enough, good looking enough, or (whatever it is you believe) to make any kind of difference.
These statements are simply NOT TRUE. Believing these statements leaves us tired, defeated, and somewhat hopeless to a brighter future. They are messages from the inner critic that must be managed in order to live a more fulfilled, balanced, and exciting life!
Who Will Benefit
- Individuals out of the workforce
- ANYONE 25yrs and up
- Strategies to take care of the body, mind, and spirit
- Breaking old habits and creating new habits
- Importance of Awareness
- Emotional Intelligence
Jennifer Slay has spent the last 20 years as a registered social worker working with various populations. She is also a certified life coach, motivational speaker, trainer and author. Jennifer has earned two honors bachelor’s degrees, a master’s in social work and is a certified Extended DiSC trainer. She has also been trained in EMDR therapy.
Jennifer was chosen as one of the recipients of the Queen Elizabeth the II Diamond Jubilee medal in 2013 for her community work and as one of Canada’s women of confidence in the national publication, Chatelaine magazine.
For the last five years, Jennifer has opened a private practice in coaching and counselling, has taught online courses, has been invited to speak in various settings from service clubs to major corporations and has been travelling with her children to various parts of the world. She is living what she preaches and is excited to partner with TrainHR to provide content to support your growth.
If you are ready to do the work to see where that inner critic started and how to manage those negative thoughts, I recommend you work with Jen. Jen Slay is highly skilled at supporting you to gain clarity and take positive action. If you are looking to learn skills, tools, and techniques to increase and enhance mood, manage life situations in a positive manner, and take better care of yourself, call on Jen. – Jennifer Jimbere, Business strategist
Jennifer can raise energy and build confidence with her topics of motivation and inspiration. Don’t miss an opportunity to book the speaker that will leave your audience wanting to be more and do more in their lives – Sarah Hilton; Certified World Class Speaking Coach
Jen is a beautiful soul with exception skills in coaching, mentoring and finding peoples inner strengths to help them build on them. She has a lot of life wisdom to share from a 20-year career in social work as well as being heavily involved in the community. I highly recommend working with her to anyone who would like to move past known or unknown issues that may be holding them back form the life they desire. – Dr. Meg Haggitt
I knew I was a slave to that voice inside of me. It did not have a name, but it had power. I knew that I was limiting myself because of how that voice inside of my head was causing me to be defensive, to take everything person, to fear what others think of me, to have to be right and perfect. What I also knew was that there was a better way to manage that voice and speak to it…but I didn’t know what to say or do. And then I met Coach Jen Slay during the Slay Your Inner Bully course. She was not only down to earth and extremely helpful but because of this course I learned to be more self-aware. To pay more attention to how I respond to people and understand where others are coming from. To not take everything personal. To not care so much about what others think. I’m a work in progress, but I now have a script to guide me daily now and all of the amazing course material to refer back to so that if that inner bully rears its ugly head, I know how to put it in its place. Thank you, Jen, for being a part of my life and for helping me and so many others to start separating fact from fiction and seeing how great they really are. We all matter we all have something of value to contribute to this world. And because of this course I am more and more comfortable with shining my light. Thank you
Shirley Brooks – Participant & Social Media Strategist.