Mentally strong people keep task-focussed and are more persistent than their colleagues who falter and give up. They have a significant competitive advantage in personal productivity and employment value.
Feeling constantly overwhelmed is an indication of a dangerously high level of stress which will have negative effects on you, affecting your productivity, your colleagues and your loved ones.
Mental Strength training teaches you the processes and provides you with the practical tools to remain composed under pressure and to be less vulnerable to emotional slumps. It offers you the opportunity of experiencing more happiness at work and at home.
The good news is that Mental Strength can be developed. Mental Strength builds resilience and resilience enables you to “bounce back” after experiencing stressful life events such as significant change, adversity and hardship. Most importantly, Mental Strength incorporates the concept of emerging from adversity stronger and more resourceful.
With Mental Strength training, you can:
Expect to let go of the past, live your life in the moment and strive to be as present as you are able;
Admit past mistakes without self-blame;
Realistically interpret the impact of negative events, preventing them from having an on-going negative impact;
Realistically interpret the impact of positive events as having a widespread and ongoing, lasting effect;
Experience optimism more frequently at work and in your personal life.
More about our facilitator, Rod Warner
Rod is based in Cape Town and heads up Building Resilience. He has wide consulting experience and in-depth experience in learning, design facilitation and skills development. He has researched, developed interventions, presented and published in the field of mental strength, building resilience, change management and organisational performance.
What others have said...
“Great workshop, very informative and engaging. Learnt quiet a lot, very realistic. Great content!"
- Phila Maseko, Outsurance
“Really engaging and inspiring, thought-provoking, useful for coaching clients as a tool. Used real life examples, logical process. Thank you!”
- Marion Pearce, Jam Packed
“Very good self-insight. Provoked a lot of thoughts. I really enjoyed that it was realistic and made practical to apply in the reality.”
Our recommendation is that this intervention should be run as part of your in-house management development curriculum at a venue and on a date that is convenient for you!