The Four Pathways and Values Training
This course is designed for those wishing to identify and use their strengths, weaknesses and values to develop mental resilience.
It is natural for the mind to default to autopilot. In some high pressure situations however, the rehearsed or requested routine may not be the best solution. This is when exposing your values (beliefs or attitudes about what is good, right, desirable, worthwhile, etc) and your value system (the ways you organise, rank, and prioritise and make decisions based on your values) can help you to question the basis on which your personal and professional judgments are made.
Your mental pathways exist as a complex set of interweaving personal priorities that serve as a guide for your decision-making. Your values may be based on knowledge, aesthetic considerations, moral grounds, current situation or on a combination of all of these.
Being prepared to listen to your four mental pathways and be more open in your thinking means that you can respond to any situation with confidence and a degree of creativity that you never thought possible.
By the end of this course you will:
- Understand how resilience, stress and pressure relate to each other
- Understand your strengths and how to use these for the benefit of a team
- Have developed basic resilience skills and built your resilience plan
- Learn to view setbacks, adversity and change as challenges
- Have identified your core values and what they stand for in life
Who should attend?
- Anyone whose job involves a high level of communication and verbal collaboration with colleagues
- Entire teams whose communications have lost their spark and dynamism
- Individuals who need to take time out to review how they interact with others, and take a fresh look at the communication channels with those they deal with the most
Is this course accredited?
No, but a certificate can be provided for CPD purposes upon request.
Contact us for further details or to book this course.