Out-of-the-box Learning

Mindset Mastery

Mindset Mastery

The way we think can have an amazing impact on outcomes

As Shakespeare wrote, “there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.” This session will explore the extraordinary power our mindsets can have on our thoughts, feelings and behaviour. Through practical demonstrations, real-life examples and sharing of some fascinating research findings, we will highlight just how our minds can limit our potential or enable us to achieve more.

This session is suitable for anyone who wants to understand and manage their mindset, so they can be more effective going forward.

  • A morning or afternoon of practical, relatable content that they can take away and start using immediately
  • Evidence-based tips and techniques based on the principles of positive psychology
  • A chance to get involved, work with their colleagues and immerse themselves in the ideas and techniques being shared
  • Opportunities to ask questions and properly reflect on the information being presented to make sure they leave the session feeling informed and empowered

As occupational psychologists using positive psychology in our work, our workshops are solution-based and appreciative in nature.  In other words, our aim is to equip people with the confidence and skills they need by helping them to identify successful strategies that will work for them.

All of our sessions combine theory and practice.  Knowledge is power; by understanding a little of the research behind the ideas we share, delegates will be better equipped to make decisions about the tools and techniques that will work best for them.  There’s not a ‘one fit for all’ solution, so we demonstrate and discuss a range of tools within our sessions, empowering delegates to choose the options that work best for them.

  • A brief introduction to ‘positive psychology’ and the concept of ‘mindset’
  • How our attention can influence outcomes (including how we can learn to be luckier)
  • The power of questions, and the difference between fault-finding and merit-finding
  • Managing the ‘inner-critic’ and ‘thinking errors’
  • Making the most of strengths (and celebrating failure)
  • Setting learning goals to build a growth mindset

"Modelled some wonderful approaches to working from a strength-based, solution-focused mindset"

Natalie Croombe

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    Session Length

    Half Day

    Session Size

    Up to 15 delegates

    Session Format

    Virtual or Face-to-face