Personal & Professional Development
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Empower yourself and your business with profiling
Personalities sometimes clash. It’s a fact of life but it’s not the end of the story. The more you can recognise and understand the innate drivers of different personality profiles, the better you can manage, inspire, communicate, and collaborate with them.
Behavioural science can be hugely helpful when it comes to understanding the different types of personalities you are surrounded by in your work and personal life.
Our four favourite profiling frameworks are Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI); DISC (Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, Compliance); Workplace Motivators (WPMOT); and Emotional Intelligence, and we use all four of these as part of our training programs.enquire now learn more
Struggling to motivate or be motivated?
Motivation is at the heart of productivity in all facets of life, and it’s especially critical in a business sense. A team lacking in motivation directly impacts your bottom line. But how do you tap into it?
Our motivation development programs draw on recognised theories from the world of business, psychology, and science to map out key considerations and present a framework for driving motivation in individuals and teams.
Whether it’s Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, Douglas McGregor’s Theory X & Y, or Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi’s flow theory, being able to identify and work with motivational triggers allows people to reach their true potential.Get motivated learn more
Master the art of presenting and facilitating
Presentation skills are the key to effective communication. Whatever your message and no matter the occasion, whether it’s a sales pitch to a new lead, an interview for a promotion, or a keynote speech for a room full of your peers, when it comes to presenting, it really is make or break.
The good news is it’s a skill you can learn.Ask me how learn more
Get a leg up
The word ‘coaching’ has quite the history. It can be traced back to a Hungarian word ‘kocsi’ meaning ‘carriage’. By the 1830s the term coaching began to circle, with professors at Oxford University seen to be working with students to ‘carry’ them through exams. More recently, of course, the term has become synonymous in the realms of sport and business strategy.
In a business sense, coaching is a powerful method used to drive improvement and outcomes through accountability and mentoring by the coach, and a greater level of awareness, action and follow through from the subject.
Given the pace with which the world now operates, the need to keep up with change is constant, but this can sometimes seem like an insurmountable task to the busy executive.
It’s times like these that a robust coaching framework really works its magic.Book a free 30 min session learn more