Perform at your best
21st Century life can be draining. Our ability to adapt and respond to ever increasing rates of change has become compromised. Develop your skills to survive and thrive, to overcome setbacks and seize opportunities. Become a better version of yourself.
How well prepared are you to seize opportunities or deal with setbacks?
The skills that enable consistent high performers to step up when it really matters are collectively known as resilience. You may have experienced it yourself, witnessed it in friends or indeed top sports people. When it really matters, these people perform.
It is easy to believe that resilient people are born that way, that they just happen to be 'tough'. However the good news is that like any skill, the resilience skills can be learned and developed with practice.
Using real world examples underpinned by the latest scientific thinking you will explore the three Resilience domains of Body, Environment and Mind, build your own resilience profile and learn some practical tools for developing your resilience in each domain.
Leadership is how we act and the impact that we have, not the position we occupy or the title we hold. Potential leaders are everywhere and nurturing their development is vital to organisations who want to thrive in an changing world.
Knowing ourself and understanding the impact that we have on the people around us is often the starting point for effective leadership development.
I work with an experienced group of colleagues to design and deliver tailored development programs of all sizes for organisations who want to grow their leadership capability from the front line to the board room.
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
Over the years I have found that, well used, the MBTI is a very useful development tool for both individuals and teams. Its real value comes from creating an appreciation of difference and thereby challenging us to really understand our impact on ourself and others.
Armed with that knowledge we have new choices about how we wish to adapt to be more impactful in our lives including boosting our resilience by understanding better how we react to certain situations.