THE PROGRAM
It's time to STRESS LESS and BE MORE.

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Day 1

31st August

Conference Opening
08.45 - (FREE)
Making space to set personal intentions for the conference

Morning Session
09:00 - ($ Paid Access) - Workshop
Susan Jackson: Mindfulness Pathway to Flow...more

10:00 - (FREE) - Panel Discussion: Optimal Experience: A Psychological Luxury, Necessity, or Naturalisation (Featuring 4+ speakers)

11:00 - ($ Paid Access) - Workshop
Hazel Findlay: Developing a Relationship with Fear

12:00 - ($ Paid Access) - Presentation
Reece Coker: Special interests and autism: accessing flow...more
Lunch
13:00 - (FREE) -  Facilitated Networking Lunch: A space to meet other attendees, continue conversations from the morning and connect. Discussion threads, breakout rooms, and more.
Afternoon Sessions
14:00 - (FREE) -  A Special Homage to Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi - Open Circle, Guided by Close Friends of Mihaly

15:00 - ($ Paid Access) - Workshop
Jeff Charno:
Being & Doing: Leaning Into Spontaneity...more


16:00 - (FREE) -  Panel Discussion: The Future of Flow Science (Featuring 4+ speakers)

17:00 - ($ Paid Access) - Presentation
Cameron Norsworthy: Experiential Intelligence: How to take charge of our everyday experience with the Flow Model...more
Closing Day 1
18:00 - Reflections and Questions

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Day 2

1st September


Day 2 Opening
08.45 - Morning Awakening (A guided moment of self-discovery)

Morning Sessions
09:00 - (FREE) - Workshop
Stuart Watkins: Embodying the FLOW by Balancing Doing with Being...more

10:00 - ($ Paid Access) - Panel Discussion: The Future Practice of Finding Flow (Featuring 4+ speakers)

11:00 - ($ Paid Access) - Workshop
Corinna Peifer: Flow in the context of work 4.0 and artificial intelligence...more

12:00 - ($ Paid Access) - Workshop
Jef van den Hout: The Development of evidence-based group facilitation tools that spark team flow....more
Lunch
13:00 - Free time / Exercise Suggested
Afternoon Sessions
14:00 - Networking - Speaker Circle Space & Attendee Space to connect

15:00 - ($ Paid Access) - Workshop
Greg Warburton: Emotional  training to facilitate flow...more

15:30 - ($ Paid Access) - Workshop
Scott Ford: Bringing Dual Awareness into practice...more

16:00 - ($ Paid Access) -  Panel Discussion: The Pillars of Thriving Through a High Performing Lifestyle (Featuring 4+ speakers)

17:00 - (FREE) -  Workshop
Gary & Deanne Gute: Finding Flow with Mihaly: The Father of Flow’s Map for Practical Life Design
Confernece Closing
18:00 - Ceremony: Final thoughts and reflections

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Anytime

31st to 1st


Lorraine Huber
: The key mindset shifts for finding flow and becoming World Champion

John Hendry: Forgiveness and hope: the primary enablers to achieve flow

Dan Egan: Freeing yourself from the critical mind: a journey from judgement to flow

Inge Beckers: How positive leadership can increase flow at work

Amy Saltzman: Letting flow find you

Kristen Ulmer: Why the world inadvertently conspires to keep you out of flow

Eve Newsome: The flow music method: the joy of flow in music practice

Martijn Leonard: Individual preferences & flow

Mirna Šmidt: Flow for educators and trainers: How to ensure more flow for your clients

Arno Ilger: How motivation impacts our ability to learn

Rene Weber: The synchronization theory of flow

Mae Yoshikawa: Resistance and flow in life and birth

Gilda Scrafe: Why building mental toughness is a must

David Shernoff: Flow and deep learning: Preparing the younger generation through a crisis with flow

Shane Benzie: Indigenous lessons into movement and flow

Genevieve Cseh: Of night and light and the half light: The role of emotion and flow in creativity

Fergie Miller: Lessons from entrepreneurism & integrating flow

Zsadany Vecsey: The lessons learnt from integrating flow into the workplace

Lauri Jarvilehto: Intuition and flow
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Lorraine Huber: The key mindset shifts for finding flow and becoming World Champion
Cameron Norsworthy: The Flow Model: How to become 'experientially intelligent'
Sue Jackson: Mindfulness as a pathway to flow
Hazel Findlay: Developing a relationship with fear
John Hendry: Forgiveness and hope: the primary enablers to achieve flow
Gary Gute: Finding flow with Mihaly: the father of flow’s map for practical life
Dan Egan: Freeing yourself from the critical mind: a journey from judgement to
Deanne Gute: Finding flow with Mihaly: the father of flow’s map for practical
Jeff Charno: Being & doing: leaning into spontaneity
Inge Beckers: How positive leadership can increase flow at work
Amy Saltzman: Letting flow find you
Kristen Ulmer: Why the world inadvertently conspires to keep you out of flow
Eve Newsome: The flow music method: the joy of flow in music practice
Martijn Leonard: Individual preferences & flow
Mirna Šmidt: Prioritising flow as a practitioner
Arno Ilger: Leaning into fear and stress
Rene Weber: The synchronization theory of flow
Mae Yoshikawa: Bringing awareness to your resistance
Scott Ford: Bringing dual awareness into practice
Giovanni Moneta: Applications of flow to work
David  Shernoff: Preparing the younger generation for a global crisis through learning
Shane Benis: Indigenous lessons into movement and flow
Erez Beatus: How to harness the power between breaths
Genevieve Cseh: Mood, art, creativity & flow
Stuart  Watkins: Embodying the flow by balancing doing with being
Fergie Miller: Entrepreneurism & flow
Zsadany Vecsey: The lessons learnt from integrating flow into the workplace
Greg Warburton: Emotional freedom techniques to facilitate flow
Corinna Peifer: Flow in the context of work 4.0 and artificial intelligence
Jeff Van Hout: How to create innovation ecosystems and team flow
Reece Coker: Special interests and autism: accessing flow
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Sue Jackson


Presentation
Mindfulness  as a pathway to flow.

The skilful management of attention is critically important in this high tech, fast-paced world we live in. The practice of mindfulness teaches awareness of where attention is, and how to bring it back when it inevitably wanders. Through cultivating the skill of mindfulness, a clear pathway to flow unfolds. In this presentation, this pathway will be discussed, and how mindfulness and flow training can enrich everyday life will be explored.

About Sue
Sue is a registered psychologist with a specialisation in sport psychology, and is an expert in flow and its application to performance excellence. Sue has been involved in the psychology of Flow since completing a PhD on flow state in elite athletes in the early 1990s.

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Hazel Findlay

Presentation
Hazel will talk us through how to develop a relationship with fear. Through her experience as a climber and a coach, Hazel will use practical examples to highlight when fear is a barrier to flow and how to decondition this fear. Hazel will explain the different types of fear that can be a barrier to flow and how they interact with performance outcomes, discuss exposure therapy for fear and how it can be used to manage fear in the moment.

About Hazel
Hazel has been rock climbing for 26 of her 32 years and is considered one of the best female climbers worldwide. She was the British Junior Champion six times but at 18 focused on her passion which is outdoor rock climbing.

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John Hendry

Forgiveness  and hope: the primary enablers to achieve flow.

As one journeys toward peak performance, the flow state can only be reached by presenting “hope”, initially intentionally and then intuitively at each moment of concern, doubt and misstep. Forgiveness essentially directs hope to the better management of task.

Forgiveness of self permits one to “see more clearly” the challenges of the task and injects a trust in a capacity to remain in control. This trust underpins the abandonment of doubt necessary to reach and maintain flow.

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