Is it true that people and organisations can develop cultural attitudes and beliefs and
behaviours that are not helpful, and that foster unnecessary drama and poor choices of
action? Oh yes. Yes it is.
We humans got a pretty sweet deal in the animal kingdom, and we rule the world – but we also have an innate and primal capacity to cause ourselves and others unnecessary upset in response to often benign events. The good news is we can un-cause our upset, and un-condition unhelpful defaults, by learning awareness and skills in self-regulation and management through cognitive science – with a dash of neurobiology.
Veronica’s fascinating workshop will give you best practice strategies and applications for understanding and managing how we think and feel and behave. It’s fast, it’s fun, it’s effective. It’s a science, believe it! Explore:
-How to manage thinking and behaviours through structured and guided rational thinking skills, tasks and excercises
-How to recognize, examine and change our own unhelpful attitudes and behaviours when they are self-sabotaging
-Honing your rational thinking skills to enhance your communications