Many of us are only coping in the workplace, some are drifting in our own self imposed comfort zone, and some have lost our feelings of self worth, interest and motivation. This course aims to increase our understanding of how to maximise more of themselves at work and outside.
Who should attend?Any staff member who would like to gain a better work environment experience by using their imagination and creativity
Who will the workshop benefit?
Understand how to gain more satisfaction, challenge and interest in the workplace.
Understand how to inspire ourselves and others in the workplace
Know how to stay motivated and re-energised at work
Start to proactively focus on setting goals for ourselves at work and outside work
This workshop can be made as theoretical or practical as required by the group and flexible in terms of needs. In order to enable learning outcomes to be achieved in a unique and fun way it will include discussion, debates and a critical exploration of:
- How much of ourselves do we really bring to the workplace?
- The blockages which prevent us from bringing 100%?
- The passions do we have which are not exploited at work?
- Bringing our hero to work every day
- Challenging our limiting attitudes to our work and our workplace
- Managing and challenging other people to 100%
- Creating more exciting futures for ourselves
Rhodri Powell is a corporate performance coach with considerable workforce development experience in FTSE100, 300 and SME companies. He specialises in improving the mindset, communication skills and behaviour of executives by coaching staff, managers and directors in leadership behaviour, communication skills, business strategy and career planning.
Rhodri has a background in management and leadership consultancy, careers coaching and psychological confidence building, holding a Sportsmind “Mental Mastery” qualification, together with advanced executive coaching credentials. As a consultant and trainer he has been heavily involved in the management development and transition in the quarrying, aggregates and steelworks industries in the UK. Committed to the improved performance of the individual, his emphasis is on learning, action and implementation for real change.