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MWS PodCast

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1. Mastering Success

We all want to be successful in all areas of our lives. In NLP, success becomes more than just goal setting. We go beyond that and step into the real of “Well-Formed Outcome.” An outcome represents a goal developed with specificity that enables us to have a clear understanding of what to do and how to achieve success.

2. Problem Solving With SCORE

One of the signature pattern interventions using questioning mastery is to have an even better clarity over the symptoms and gain new insights to resolve problems and challenges in life and at work. The SCORE dance will open new perspective and possibilities.

3. Perceptual Flexibility

The way we see the world— our perception, determines the decisions we make and what we do. Perception is probably the most important part of our thinking. Unfortunately, most mistakes in thinking are mistakes in perception. You will learn to focus your thinking in a more comprehensive, effective and efficient way.

4. State Management

A state is a mental and emotional experience a dynamic mind-body state of experience that operates as an experiential energy field. This is the foundation for effective communication — excellent state management. Being able to decide how you want to feel is a powerful skill to have in any situation you may be in.

5. Winning Attitude

‘Your attitude determines your altitude’ Learn how to master positive thinking to empower yourself to achieve greater heights. Be entranced by inspiring stories and allow yourself to reflect on your choices in life. Discover on how you can transform yourself at work and at home.

6. Minimizing Workstress

Workplace stress has a negative impact on the business as well as on the individual staff. The increase in job stress creates emotional, financial and safety concerns for organizations and managers. The bottom line: workplace stress management and stress reduction are important to create a productive working environment. 

7. Dealing With Change

We all exist within contradiction. On one hand, we need stability and to perform well when we feel secure and established at work. On the other hand we can become stagnant, complacent and uncreative when we shy away from change or when we find that we simply cannot cope with it. So learn how to embrace change to empower yourself and the people around you.

8. Manage Time

Time is the most valuable asset we have. Good personal time management skills are essential for a happy, successful career. You will learn the principles and systems to help you make conscious decisions about the activities that occupy your time.

9. Executing Change

“The future is coming so fast, we can’t possibly predict it; we can only learn to respond quickly.”   The rate of change in today’s world is constantly increasing. Everything that exists is getting old, wearing out and should be replaced. Your ability to execute change is vital as an effective manager.

10. Getting Results

Getting results through people is crucial for any manager. There is no simpler way to increase people’s performance than to clarify what’s expected of them. At almost every level of management, the job is a mixture of achieving results through others and achieving results personally.

11. Dealing With Difficult People

     

In the business world, we are constantly faced with trying to work with others who may challenge our ability to get things done. There is great value to be gained when we take the time to try to understand another’s view point. We can deal with people by changing our attitude towards them and changing our viewpoint about what makes them “wrong”. 

12. Decision Making

The thinking process leading to the selection of a course of action among variations. Every decision making process leads to a final choice. It can be an action or an opinion. It begins when we need to do something but know not what. Therefore, decision making is a reasoning process which can be rational or irrational, can be based on explicit or implied assumptions.