Toronto: 08.13.20 *VIRTUAL ENG 18* What is Self Awareness and Why is it Important

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Starts:08/13/2020 5:30 PM

Ends:08/13/2020 7:00 PM

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Toronto: 08.13.20 *VIRTUAL ENG 18*  What is Self Awareness and Why is it Important

What is Self Awareness and Why is it Important?

Self-awareness is the ability to see yourself clearly and objectively through reflection and introspection.

Self-awareness brings many benefits into your life. It allows us to see things from the perspective of others, practice self-control, work creatively and productively, and experience pride in ourselves and our work as well as general self-esteem. 
It can make us better at our jobs, better communicators in the workplace, and enhance our self-confidence in our work life and personal life.

How can we achieve a higher level of self-awareness?

Join Mark Dunn as he focuses on the importance of self-awareness; how to self audit your strengths and weaknesses in your life and how to maximize your potential personally and professionally. 

Mark Dunn for VirtualENG #19, on Thursday, August 13th @ 5:30 pm. Authentic, insightful conversation. 

The latest, can't miss virtual meeting. Don't delay, register today for the place "to be" on a Thursday night!

Speaker Bio

Mark Dunn

Mark Dunn is a Carleton University graduate with a B.A. in Sociology/Anthropology.

He practices what he inspires in people on a daily basis. Mark understands the process of having a dream, experiencing difficulties mixed with opportunities in order to reach that dream and achieve the desired results. 

Mark offers thought-provoking workshops that will inspire & empower the audience to constantly get better, not bitter. Mark understands how he can bring value to a customer/client by assessing what is important to them and how he can help them. He believes in people and helps them to unlock their potential.  Mark asks you to consider that “there is magic in every person and they deserve to become the best version of themselves.” 

Inducted into the National Wall of Role Models (Black Canadian Awards -June 7, 2014)