The Executive Retreat is a 3-day condensed version of the acclaimed Maydays 5-day Osho Leela personal discovery retreat programme which has been running for over 7 years. The programme incorporates elements from our Maydays Corporate Training Experiences, to provide a holistic, personal journey of development to senior executives. This is a high-intensity, personal, full-immersion programme where all participants will be confronted with their true selves, their strengths and weaknesses, and those of others.
The Executive Retreat is about moving out of complacency, away from comfort zones and experiencing the nerve-tingling excitement of thriving in a state of dynamic uncertainty.
Day 1: Getting To Know You
Check in by 10:30am. First session starts at 11:00am. Incorporates elements of Self-Awareness & Emotional Intelligence, Group Dynamics, Mindfulness & Being Present, Positivity & Happiness.
After dinner, the day rounds off with a 45-minute full performance by The Maydays.
Day 2: Going Deeper
A highly challenging day where core skills are developed from yesterday’s practical sessions, culminating in delegates building up to their own performances by the end of the day, followed by dinner and relaxation.
Day 3: Diagnostic, Reflection and Reintegration Strategies
Group members are presented with personal diagnostic assessments based on trainer and peer observations from the previous two days, and a series of individual coaching sessions support personal development and offer the opportunity for reflection. The rest of the day looks at how to embed the strategies acquired back into every day work and life.
The retreat ends with an uplifting and unforgettable combined tutor and trainee finale and the presentation of certificates.
However challenging the Maydays Executive Retreat may be, and however much change it can bring about in participants, the course is extremely supportive, rising to meet each individual and their emerging needs. It is empowering, uplifting and builds untold levels of self-confidence and self-belief.
Face-to-face: Delivered with trainee(s) and facilitator(s) together in the same space
Group: Usually intended for a group of 8 people or more
Closed group: Designed just for people from your organisation
Open group: Suitable for individuals from different organisations to learn together