Join us at Fuchsia Lane Farm for a nature-based course for leaders, business owners, coaches, L&D professionals
November 16th, 5pm – 17th, 5pm
“There’s more to life than increasing speed.” Gandhi
As the pace of the modern work environment gets faster, and the pressure increases, the quality of our decision-making is increasingly vital to the success of our teams and businesses. At the same time, more people report feeling depleted, disengaged, or close to burnout.
- What’s the impact of this relentless speed on you, your people and your business?
- What can we as leaders do to resource ourselves and our people to:
- step back from the day-to-day busyness of the workplace
- enhance decision making?
Perhaps there is a Better Way?
“When I slow down, I see twice as much.” Tara Brach
Here, in the tranquil surroundings of Fuchsia Lane Farm, Tipperary, we invite you to join with us to:
- Pause, take time to reflect on your path, in life and business
- Experience the spaciousness of ‘walk and talk’ coaching conversations in nature
- Learn how to integrate mindfulness, nature and somatic practices into your own life and work
- Experience a better way to lead as you connect with yourself in nature
Your facilitators on this programme bring several decades of experience in working with people navigating change and uncertainty as they seek to build their capacity in their professional and personal lives.
Grattan has pioneered ‘walk and talk’ coaching in nature with clients since 2010. He integrates neuroscience, mindfulness, somatic and nature practices into coaching, facilitating the people he works with to do deep transformational work and be at their best to contribute to a more peaceful world and healthier planet. He delivers on the Diploma in Coaching for Performance in Dublin Business School, and is a faculty member of the Irish Management Institute on the Diploma in Executive Coaching. He is a Founding Honorary Life Fellow and former Chair of the Association for Coaching, Ireland. He is a keen sailor and dog walker.
Niall has extensive experience as a lecturer, consultant trainer, coach and facilitator working with organisations in the private and public sector. He has worked at third-level in the design and delivery of personal and career development programmes as well as delivering modules on Coaching and Mentoring. He has won several coaching awards from the Irish Chapter of the International Coach Federation. Together with his wife, Inez, they own the award-winning Fuchsia Lane Farm featuring accommodation, group retreat space, walks and spaces for rest, recharge and renewal. Niall has enjoyed the benefits of being immersed in nature. With several generations of his family having lived on the same land, he is the current custodian and experiences the wisdom to be found when we ‘listen to the land’.
Course details and timings:
Thursday 16th November 17:00 (arriving from 16:00)
We will gather and share an evening meal in the Haybarn Hub at Fuchsia Lane Farm, connecting with place, and one another. Friday will be spent in nature, experiencing practices, learnings and approaches that can be integrated into daily life, while paying attention to how ‘being’ in nature impacts our creativity, clarity, well-being and resilience.
Friday 17th November 17:00
Rate: including evening meal, breakfast and lunch, teas and coffees
- Including overnight accommodation €499 pp in cottages
- Without accommodation €399 pp
Other accommodation options locally and also space for campervans if you wish to bring one.