Webinar Programme

Connections in Mind’s complimentary webinars about executive functions bring experts in the field of executive function, neuroscience and coaching to you, wherever you are. Our webinar series looks at executive functions in more detail and gives you practical strategies and guidance on how engaging and improving your EF’s in the home and professional environment can help you to excel and flourish.

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Accepting yourself and embracing your EF challenges

Wednesday 15th September 2021, 8pm (BST) 3pm (EST)

About this webinar:

Living with executive function challenges can be frustrating and can often reduce confidence in all aspects of life. Join Victoria Bagnall in this webinar which will focus on the role of executive functions in everyday life and how you can use positive thinking and a growth mindset to help you accept and embrace your challenges.

Who is this webinar aimed at? Adults, Parents & Educational Professionals

Cost: £10 +VAT

 

Very personable approach. A great introduction to understanding the nature of EFS.

Webinar attendees, 10th March, 2021

 

Harnessing your student's executive functions to support self-regulated learning

Wednesday 29th September 2021, 8pm (BST) 3pm (EST)

About this webinar:

As educational professionals, equipping our students with the skills and tools that they need to become self-regulated learners is at the heart of what we do.

What is self-regulated learning?

Self-regulated learning is the ability to intentionally and strategically adapt approaches and strategies to learning in order to achieve a goal.

Victoria Bagnall, Co-Founder of Connections in Mind and educational professional, will lead this webinar and discuss how you can support your students executive function development so that they can become self-regulated learners.

This webinar will cover:

– What are executive functions
– Executive function challenges in the classroom
– How to create a positive classroom environment for self-regulated learning

Who is this webinar aimed at? Educational Professionals

Cost: Complimentary

 

“Really good and relatable information regarding children I teach in primary school.”

Webinar attendees, 5th May, 2021

 

Decision making - A paralysis you can avoid

Wednesday 10th October 2021, 8pm (BST) 3pm (EST)

About this webinar:

If you think about it we make 100’s of decisions every day. However, for some people making even the smallest of decisions can elicit feelings of overwhelm and feelings of paralysis. Being able to make quick and effective decisions are important at home, work and our personal lives.

Join Victoria Bagnall, Co-founder of Connections in Mind, where she will you walk you through the neuroscience of decision-making and why we can feel paralysed when making decisions. You will also walk away with some strategies that you can start using to help you manage and overcome these feelings.

Who is this webinar aimed at? Adults, Parents & Educational Professionals

Cost: £10 +VAT

 

Really thoughtful panel. Several new concepts to me.

Webinar attendees, 19th May, 2021

 

How to boost your child's academic performance by harnessing the power of their brain

Wednesday 20th October 2021, 8pm (BST) 3pm (EST)

About this webinar:

How our children perform academically at school will determine their opportunities when considering further and higher education, work placements and available career paths. Understanding how to harness the power of your child’s brain so that they can flourish is everything that we work towards as a parent.

Executive functions are the key cognitive processes in our brains that underpin every task that we do. From being on time, to avoiding distractions and staying motivated, our executive functions control all of these tasks required for good academic progress and overall performance. Join Victoria Bagnall, Co-founder of Connections in Mind, in this very special webinar which will cover:

– What are executive functions

– What is the relationship between academic performance and executive functions?

– As a parent, how you can support strong executive function development

– How to approach your child’s teacher about executive functions in the classroom

Who is this webinar aimed at? Parents and Educational Professionals

Cost: Complimentary 

 

“Helps with continuing to join the dots – and see the missed opportunities

Webinar attendees, 24th March, 2021

 

ADHD and executive functions: What's the link?

Wednesday 10th November 2021, 8pm (BST) 3pm (EST)

About this webinar:

Did you know that challenges with executive functions underpin many of the official symptoms of ADHD? For example, trouble staying focused, acting impulsively, loosing control of our emotions…sound familiar?

In this very special webinar, we are back with our good friends at ADHD-360, Lisa Mangle and Phil Anderton, who are experts in the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD where we will be taking things back to basics and discussing the links between ADHD and executive function challenges.

We will also discuss some of the medical and non-medical support you can receive to support yourself, or even your child, through their executive function challenges.

Early registration is hugely recommended!

Who is this webinar aimed at? Adults, Parents & Educational Professionals 

Cost: Complimentary 

 

We really liked each of the presenters, their clear values base and passion for support individuals with ADHD. The examples given were very useful and we learnt some new resources.

Webinar attendees, 24th March, 2021

 

Let's get organised: How to stay on top of your household tasks

Wednesday 24th November 2021, 8pm (BST) 3pm (EST)

About this webinar:

You asked, we listened! Connections in Mind present… ‘ Let’s get organised: How to stay on top of your household tasks’.

The daily demands of life can be challenging at the best of times, never mind all the household tasks that we need to stay on top of! Join Victoria Bagnall, Co-founder, in this highly demanded webinar on being organised with household tasks. Expect to walk away with a range of executive function strategies that you can use to keep your house in tip top shape.

What this webinar will cover:

– What are executive functions

– How challenges with executive functions get in the way of keeping our homes tidy

– Strategies for being organised at home

Who is this webinar aimed at? Adults, Parents & Educational Professionals

Cost: £10 +VAT 

 

Very informative and presented in a simplified way which made it easy to follow and understand

Webinar attendees, 10th March, 2021

 

What motivates me and how can I use this to my advantage?

Wednesday 8th December 2021, 8pm (BST) 3pm (EST)

About this webinar:

Understanding your underlying motivations can have a bigger impact on your life than you think. When you understand what motivates you and what you values are, this can help you make decisions, propel you forward in both your work and personal life.

In this very special webinar, Victoria Bagnall will talk to you through how to identify your internal motivators and how to use this to your advantage. Walk away with strategies that can help you live a more content and joyful life, as well as learn the neuroscience behind getting and staying motivated.

Who is this webinar aimed at? Adults, Parents & Educational Professionals

Cost: £10 +VAT 

 

Positive and affirming, thank you!

Webinar attendees, 19th May, 2021