An accredited sales-mind facilitator delivers the workshop in an engaging, interactive, pragmatic and power point freestyle.
The content is presented with 5 recurring themes all of which augment and influence the core modules of focus, resilience, motivation, confidence and empathy.
Each delegate receives a comprehensive workbook that follows the workshop chronologically. It has been designed to enable ease of learning and onward application of the core concepts with a self-development checklist and a personal commitments page aligned to each module.
The recurring themes:
The ability to be in the moment not catastrophising about the future, regressing in the past but being focused and present.
Aggregation of marginal gains:
A concept popularised by Sir Dave Brailsford with his work with the Sky Cycling team. The model allows us to evaluate every bit of our working practices to ascertain where improvements however small can be made.
Introducing how evolution impacts our thinking in the 21C. Our automatic fight, flight, freeze reactions can hijack our best intentions and how to manage our inner chimp and develop an emotional pause button.
Our brains are malleable and change depending on what we focus and practice. This knowledge is both motivating and challenging. It is motivating in that we can improve on any area in our lives we choose to. Challenging in that it is down to us.
Drawn from the famous ‘marshmallow' social experiment from the 1960s where school kids were given the option of having one marshmallow now or 2 if they waited for a further 15 minutes. Delayed gratification is associated with resisting a smaller but more immediate reward to receive a more significant or more enduring compensation later. A growing body of literature has linked the ability to delay gratification to a host of other positive outcomes, including academic success, physical health, psychological health, and social competence.