What Kind Of Leader Will You Be?

 
Do you understand how to bring out the best in people’s brains? Let’s be honest, most of us have no idea what’s really going on inside the heads of our team members or customers. We’ve just never been given this kind of leadership training. And yet, if people are truly one of your organization’s most important resources, wouldn’t bringing out the best in each other be something worth learning?In this workshop you’ll walk away with:

icon-lightbulb-green A simple, scientific roadmap to work with people’s brains – rather than against.
 
icon-clock-green Busy-proof approaches to develop people’s strengths, build better relationships, cultivate more meaning and unearth the grit to accomplish what matters most in your team.
 
icon-note-green A free toolkit you can use for you and your team to immediately begin embedding these practices into the ways you’re working together.

 
Based on the latest research in positive psychology and neuroscience delivered in a manner that is easy-to-digest (and fully referenced), highly engaging and experiential and with practical steps people can immediately apply, this teaching can be delivered as:

  • A 60 or 90-minute keynote presentation
  • A half-day workshop
  • A series (3 x 3.5 hour presentations) that includes built-in coaching and accountability to deliver lasting change.

You can have as many people as you wish attend the sessions, at no additional cost.

All presentation materials created are yours to keep and use internally as you wish. A digital playbook containing a summary of the research, recommended tools and all the workshop activities is provided for all participants to help them take their learning forward after the session.

  • "Michelle is one of the world's leaders in designing and implementing positive psychology interventions to workplaces."

    Professor Martin Seligman Founder of Positive Psychology

  • “Michelle offers great insights into how your mindset can turn even the most challenging situations into opportunities.”

    Professor Carol Dweck Standford University

  • "Michelle’s session at our AHRI Leadership conference was packed with take away tips and accessible information to help our aspiring leaders influence their workplace and their cultures."

    Sarah Barth Head of Strategic HR & Development