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Do you have a diverse organization but you are still lacking a culture of belonging? Engagement and retention revolve around the idea of inclusivity. Without it, you have a revolving door of talent.  

"When it comes to culture, change is possible, and it lies in the everyday habits of your workforce. Neuroscience and understanding how the brain works is fundamental in creating sustained change."

Did you know our brains do not know the difference between a fact and a belief? We take on all sorts of beliefs, behaviours and habits from childhood - and some are simply not true about ourselves, such as "I am not good enough". 

 

"Also, one of the most amazing tools we have, is that our brain does not know the difference between past, present and future. So, we can create a future memory and our brain will ‘store’ it like a regular memory. For example, "I am not good enough to lead this team..." you create a future memory of how you would like to feel, how you would like to be instead. Over-writing the previous MIND MAPS. Another way of explaining it, is like ‘updating your out-of-date neural software’. It really is as simple as that! This process can be used to ‘update’ your self-confidence, update the type of leader you become in a crisis, update negative thoughts and reactions…"

 

Emotional Resilience @ Work

Training and educating employees on self-awareness, emotional intelligence and resilience at individual and group level creates organisational resilience, a more human-centred workplace and increases business performance.

Why is this so important in individuals ?

  • You are aware of your emotions and how it influences your behaviour.

  • You recognise the triggers of stress and how to implement tools to deal with situations in your environment.

  • You are empathic and understand how to connect and engage with those around you.

  • It encourages and supports creativity, innovation and motivation.

  • Individuals who are emotionally aware of themselves and others are more resilient. Why? Emotional resilience provides a buffer against internal and external factors – providing insight, control, agility and flexibility. This harnesses the ability to focus inward, outwards and on others.

The overall benefits:

  •   An individual who feels and is connected with self and others.

  •   A team who are congruent, engaged, supportive and focused…

 

TAILORED WORKSHOPS

STRESS & ANXIETY
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Tools to manage stress and anxiety...

I AM NOT A ROBOT
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Rebooting the human in YOU...

EMOTIONAL RESILIENCE Workshop
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Emotional intelligence, resilience and self awareness...

WARRIOR, SETTLER OR NOMAD 
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Who am I and why do I behave as I do...?

ENERGY & SLEEP
Management Workshop
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Increasing energy and decreasing negative mindset...

WHEN WE ARE EMOTIONALLY FIT, WE CONNECT WITH OURSELVES AND THOSE AROUND US...

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When we disconnect with ourselves we become uninterested in those around us. We can then spiral downwards to feeling and being overwhelmed - and if we do not rebalance ourselves we can progress into depression.

On the other hand, when emotionally aware of who we are, our strengths, values and weaknesses we become connected with self and it is an upward flow of focus, engagement and energy. Enabling us to notice the triggers of stress and implement the necessary tools. By doing this we are able to be 'present in the moment' and connect mind, body and spirit.