The Four Mindsets – How to influence, lead and motivate high performance teams.

Highly interactive, with takeaway tools, resources and follow up.

Based on her critically acclaimed best selling book sold in over 30 countries, The Four Mindsets is a high impact speech and/or workshop which has been delivered to over 50 companies world wide.

How to unlock higher levels of performance and potential – the proven pathway.

How to develop each mindset, why each is important and what results they bring.

  • The Emotional Intelligence Mindset
  • The Connection Mindset
  • The Growth Mindset
  • The Performance Mindset

All critical to leadership, these mindsets are based on the research of high performing individuals who described what they need from their leader to perform to their highest levels – and sustain this level of performance.

Emotional Intelligence: The key factor to positive mental health, wellbeing, and stress management.

Emotional Intelligence is the number one place to start for ALL mental health and wellbeing initiatives.  It is critical to the future of your business and to those who work for you.

Everything starts with a thought.  The quality of this thought will then either induce a positive or negative emotion – and it is this emotion which will drive behaviour and actions.

Without emotional intelligence, people do not understand why they experience certain thoughts and emotions, are less likely to truly understand those in others, and results in an inability to control situations effectively  – and even more stress.

Stress, burnout, and mental health issues all require a strong foundation in Emotional Intelligence so that we can effectively perceive, anticipate and manage day to day problems – and so we can become more resilient and effective in today’s new world.

Future Proof​

Three essential intelligences required for future success – and which appear on every reputable future skills list, including the World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs report 2021.
All essential to adapting to change quickly, innovation and to reach the highest levels of communication, influence and employee/client engagement.

  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Intuitive Intelligence
  • Creative Intelligence
Although innate in some, these skills can all be developed by everyone and are essential to ensure resilience in all future economic climates for individuals and businesses alike.

Emotional Intelligence​

The ability to understand human behaviour in self and others – and to understand, predict and anticipate likely behaviours and responses in most situations. Emotional Intelligence is a critical business skill which enhances relationships, communication, problem solving, and resilience – and is absolutely essential for persuasion, influence and innovation. This interactive session can be designed to meet your specific objectives but typically includes: How to improve your emotional intelligence quickly – and where to start?The 3 critical competencies, how to develop fast and the results they bring. The barriers to developing Emotional Intelligence – and how to manage and/or remove? What makes people tick, how to read others, influence and persuade.


Intuitive Intelligence​

Intuitive Intelligence – The ability to spot patterns in situations to more accurately predict and anticipate what will happen, what could work – and most importantly WHY?What exactly is intuition, how can it be enhanced – and how to increase? How intuition and logic work together to solve people and business problems? How your brain works – data storage, retrieval, application – maintenance. The importance of pattern spotting in self, others and people? How the growth mindset, active learning and intuition work together? The four natural thinking preferences – and how to identify in self and others. (analytical, organizational, relational, creative.)

Creative Intelligence​

Creative Intelligence – The humble ability to think about situations and solutions from every angle and perspective. It requires removing biases and being open to contradiction.

  • Why creativity is so often misunderstood?
  • What does it mean to be creative in our jobs?
  • How your natural thinking preferences will help you understand where your creativity lies – and how to activate?
  • How does creativity link to solving problems with people and situations – and the generation of new ideas or ways of doing things?
  • How to generate new ideas – and why brainstorming is not always effective.
  • How to incorporate and run an innovation program within your organisation?

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