Emotional Mind Management through the Chimp Model
Our mind is a remarkable machine that is both our greatest asset and our biggest liability. How well do you understand the machine in your head and how effective are you in getting it to work optimally?
This workshop uses the Chimp Model from Professor Steve Peters’ book, The Chimp Paradox, to explain the neuroscientific basis for why you respond the way you do in any situation and demonstrates how your individual belief systems influence the way you think, feel and behave, not just as an individual, but collectively in companies and organisations. We investigate the effect of unhelpful beliefs and behaviours on your performance then work on identifying and removing these unhelpful beliefs at an individual level to improve results.
Through developing insight and skills, you will learn how to manage your machine effectively, and be the person you want to be, improving confidence, success and happiness in both your personal and professional life. This highly interactive session has useful exercises at a group and individual level ensuring everyone takes away a workbook full of practical information and plans that can be put into action straight away.
- Understanding our two independent thinking brains
- Recognising our own emotional-thinking tendencies
- Identifying unhelpful or destructive beliefs and behaviours
- Replacing unhelpful or destructive beliefs and behaviours with more helpful programmes
- Gaining practical tools and techniques to help improve confidence, success and happiness at home as well as at work