October 29, 2020 10:00 am – 11:30 am PST (1.5 CPE)
Unconscious Adaptability: 5 Steps to Navigate Change and Uncertainty
Course Description
Professional Development
Mark Bonser, Certified Life Coach
Bio and Course Description


Unconscious Adaptability
  5 Steps to Navigate Change and Uncertainty


Our world has changed drastically in 2020. For many of us the workplace, and life at home, are much different than we knew them back in March. With experts predicting life may not return to “normal” until the latter part of 2021, we continue to be faced with more uncertainty and change in the months ahead.

We have all been forced to adapt in some way or another to this new “normal”. New surroundings, rules and regulations, ways of communicating, essentially a whole new way of life. Six months on, how do you feel emotionally and physically? How well have you adapted? What challenges are you facing? Are you prepared, personally and professionally, for the next 6-12 months? If not, what do you need to have greater control of your physical, emotional, and even financial well being through the winter and beyond? How can you adapt in a way that empowers you and your family, your friends, your colleagues, and the clients you serve?

Learning Objectives

In this course you will gain insights into the conscious and unconscious patterns that influence your decisions and actions. Discover how conditioned coping strategies may be holding you back and establish a more proactive response. Develop techniques for taking a progressive approach to change. Understand your thoughts and emotions in a way empowers rather than disempowers you. Walk away with practical steps to handle any changes that lie ahead in your personal and professional life.

Course Outline

  • Conscious vs unconscious adaptability
  • Understanding habitual thought patterns, behaviors, and coping strategies
  • Taking a conscious approach to navigating change and uncertainty
  • Practical steps to move forward with clarity and purpose

Additional Information

  • Deliver Method: Group Internet Live
  • Recommend CPE Hours: 1.5
  • Field of Study: Personal Development
  • Program Level: Basic
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Advanced Preparation: None


Mark Bonser, Certified Life Coach