Areas of Expertise
Almost everyone ponders the importance of psychology in life. In truth, psychology affects everything, and having psychological awareness has the ability to change everything. Psychological awareness creates opportunities for people to change the way they think about things and how they behave in different situations.
Emotional intelligence is the key to both personal and professional success.
Emotional intelligence is the capacity to be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions, and to understand the emotions of others. This creates the capacity to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathically.
Self awareness is the capacity for people to think about and be aware of themselves – their feelings, thoughts and behaviours.
Self awareness creates a capacity to see things differently. It allows you to be more mindful of what you are experiencing. These experiences allow you to understand more about your own feelings and what is driving you to behave and make the decisions you do. This understanding will change the way you relate to yourself and to the people around you.
Conflict management helps people find creative ways of managing disagreements and disputes.
Conflict is always present. While some people prefer to avoid it completely, conflict is a necessary part of human life. We need conflict to progress and everyone should be able to manage conflict.
Conflict can be managed without resorting to emotion, it is best managed with understanding and logic. Our systems encourage people to use logic to solve conflict and ensure everyone wins.
Executive & Leadership Coaching
Coaching unlocks a person’s potential to maximise their own performance. They learn through exploration, reflection and experience.
Leadership coaching carries a person through a journey of exploration. The person must explore themselves, the world around them and develop an understanding of how these elements fit together.
This journey requires that the person is involved in self-exploration; understanding what makes people ‘tick’ and the psychological drives that control people’s thoughts, and, how to engage in effective conversation, and work with conflict and negotiate to create solutions.
People learn what they need to be better leaders.
Understanding Difficult People
People are not dealing with creatures of logic, they are creatures of emotion, bristling with prejudice, and motivated by pride and vanity.
Nearly 15% of everyone you meet will be described as ‘difficult’. They tend to operate emotionally, and can be difficult to understand, and even more difficult to work with and negotiate with. Being psychologically aware provides the person with greater insight and an enhanced ability to form a relationship with difficult people.