Schward Consulting

Helping People Live, Work & Play Together

Schward Consulting

Helping People Live, Work & Play Together

Schward Consulting

Helping People Live, Work & Play Together

Do You...

Overreact in situations

Allow your emotions control you

Have trouble understanding your own feelings

Have trouble understand people's feelings and behaviours

Avoid conflict because it's too difficult

Want to understand group dynamics

Lack confidence and self esteem

Want to be more persuasive

Want to be a better leader

Understanding Yourself - Understanding Others

A deeper understanding of yourself and others is a key element to personal and professional development.  

Research demonstrates a strong association between emotional intelligence and better personal relationships, greater personal satisfaction, stronger working relationships, improved productivity, reduced conflict, and more persuasive, powerful leadership.

You don’t need to become a qualified psychologist, but having an understanding based in psychology helps you understand yourself and others and provides the insight you need to solve the problems you face each and every day of your life.

More exciting still, when your emotional intelligence and psychological skills increase, everyone around you will benefit too – it is a way of changing the world you live in.

One-on-One Coaching Programs

Personal Development Coaching Program

Executive Development Coaching Program

Corporate Programs

Staff Education

Proactive investment in communication and conflict training pays dividends with improved productivity and reduced costs.

Intervention

If conflict is already causing a problem, an intervention may be required and can include education, individual and group engagement.

Mediation

When people are really stuck, a third party mediator can help to get the parties on track toward developing win-win solutions.

Benefits Everywhere

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The CEO of a company we assist for staff development recently said:  

This is a very interesting program that anyone would benefit from.”

Who Will Benefit?

How Will You Benefit?

Meet

Dr Neil Schultz

Neil Schultz has been working with people in for nearly forty years in a number of professional environments. It became clear that a lot of the harm people experience is a result of a failure to understand themselves and the people around them.

The first thirty years was spent helping people understand themselves and others, usually in the wake of problems that had already developed.  His focus has changed to prevention.

Prevention of problems allows people to navigate and lead happier, healthier lives.  Of course speedbumps still present themselves, but with greater skills comes a greater capacity to succeed.

Meet

Dr Neil Schultz

Neil Schultz has been working with people in for nearly forty years in a number of professional environments. It became clear that a lot of the harm people experience is a result of a failure to understand themselves and the people around them.

The first thirty years was spent helping people understand themselves and others, usually in the wake of problems that had already developed.  His focus has changed to prevention.

Prevention of problems allows people to navigate and lead happier, healthier lives.  Of course speedbumps still present themselves, but with greater skills comes a greater capacity to succeed.

This is a Transformational Program

Experts Agree

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"When it comes to making yourself happy, you need to learn what works for you." The practice of knowing and understanding what makes you tick is called emotional intelligence (EQ) -- and, according to Bradberry, it's a critical skill that happy people tend to have in common.
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"Emotional intelligence was a predictive factor for happiness in medical students. Students with higher emotional intelligence felt healthier."
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"The trick to keeping stress healthy is to manage it, but is it really worth it? Yes! Stress management can take time and practice, but the rewards are great. When you do, you can expect some important and far-reaching benefits."

Experts Agree

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"When it comes to making yourself happy, you need to learn what works for you." The practice of knowing and understanding what makes you tick is called emotional intelligence (EQ) -- and, according to Bradberry, it's a critical skill that happy people tend to have in common.
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"Emotional intelligence was a predictive factor for happiness in medical students. Students with higher emotional intelligence felt healthier."
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"The trick to keeping stress healthy is to manage it, but is it really worth it? Yes! Stress management can take time and practice, but the rewards are great. When you do, you can expect some important and far-reaching benefits."

Reach out and ask a question, we would love to hear from you.