Leadership and Management: High Performance Mindset
The High Performance Mindset at Work, Home and Life
Michael Bernard’s new book is based on his many years of consulting and coaching at sporting clubs (Michael was the first sport psychologist for Collingwood Football Club), financial organisations (AMP), schools (Founder, You Can Do It! Education) and with many, many parents, teachers and students. Michael reveals what has been learnt about how people operate at their best and why and when they do not.
For the first time, he shows what the latest research from positive psychology, social emotional learning, Rational Emotive and Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy says about the psychological architecture of the high performing mindset. Michael discusses and illustrates with case studies the limits and benefits of positivity including the need to become aware of and address our internal blocks that hinder our desire to be a high performer. Full of practical suggestions (and advice), the book is a must read for those wanting to take the next step and cope in today’s world.
High Performance Mindset At Work – Leadership and Management Training
Our high performance mindset leadership and management programs lead to growth in participants’ capacity to cultivate a high performance culture in teams and individuals.
They perform at higher levels in leading ‘high performing’ teams and dealing effectively with challenge and change. Also, through developmental conversations with direct reports, participants acquire the skillset needed to transform the mindset of teams they lead and individuals they manage.
- Training groups have between 10 and 20 participants.
- Participants receive the 100 page High Performance Mindset at Work Handbook.
- These workshops can be offered over one or two consecutive days or weekly across a more extended time period
High Performance Mindset At Work – Resilience
This highly acclaimed workshop presented to more than 10,000 people across Australia, is designed to promote participant self-awareness and self-management when faced with stressful situations including difficult people.
A specialised focus of the workshop is empowering people with the knowledge that “Things are neither good nor bad but thinking makes it so”. People will learn how to transform stress-creating ways of thinking as well as new coping skills for mastering stress.