Why?

Why? infographic - I can learn, I do have time, I will work hard

Making a Difference

We wouldn’t do what we do if we didn’t believe we could make a real difference to you or your organisation. Our mission is to make the world a more progressive place and to encourage all of our participants to be the best that they can be. Everyone has their story to tell and the capability to make a difference. What we do is enable and encourage each person that we work with to both understand and realise their true potential. We achieve this by framing everything that we do within the domains of emotional intelligence, and by maintaining and promoting a mind-set focussed on growth. With this in the foreground, we are always striving for development & progression: in our participants, our associates, our approach, products and services.

As well as offering progressive and transformational learning and development programmes, we are also active in the community. Promoting awareness, empathy and emotional intelligence, we reach out to make a difference in a variety of community groups whenever we can.

Growth vs. Fixed mind-set

Over 30 years ago, Carol Dweck started exploring how our attitude to failure significantly impacts on how successful we are. In her work she identified that some people thrive on failure whilst others can be overwhelmingly distressed by even the smallest setbacks. Dweck went on to hypothesise that there are two mindsets when it comes to learning and development: the growth mind-set and the fixed mind-set. When we truly believe that we can learn and grow, by doing so we also acknowledge that putting in the extra time and effort will help to make us stronger. And when we physically put in the extra time and effort, the result is consistently more significant growth and development.

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What challenges are you or your organisation facing?
What outcomes do you want to achieve this year? This month? Today?
Whatever is on your mind, we’d love to start a conversation with you.
Who knows what might come of it?