Course Description: Living in rapidly changing times is challenging as well as confusing. This course has insights and practices that help us gain greater clarity of purpose, along with higher levels of success and peace of mind. Participants will learn what positive intelligence is, how to get more of it, and how both positive intelligence and the “art of way-finding” can help us calmly navigate change, take enthusiastic advantage of opportunities, and create an authentic, higher sense of well-being. Participants will leave the class with an individualized action plan for using positive intelligence and the art-of-wonder to increase happiness, purpose, and well-being in their lives.
Instructor: Dr. Rita Brodnax earned her doctorate from Indiana University in leadership and applying brain research to teaching, learning and communication. Dr. Brodnax has had culturally diverse and in-depth experiences in the business and education fields as a teacher, administrator, professional development coordinator, technology coordinator, superintendent, and advocacy consultant. She has trained thousands of teachers and administrators and worked with hundreds of schools in urban, rural, and suburban areas. Dr. Brodnax’s workshops are interactive, engaging, and participatory. She models the most powerful brain-based strategies to demonstrate how brain compatible learning experiences ensure learning, and sustainable memory. Participants experience first-hand the power, delight, and real-world benefits of using their brains better to address real-world challenges.
Location: Zoom. Instructor will email Zoom invitation prior to class.
Day and Time: Monday, January 30 through February 27, 1:30-3:00 PM, 5 sessions
Materials: Provided by instructor