Speaker Bio

Marcus Child

Marcus has had a powerful impact on the people and the performance of many well-known businesses during the past 18 years. He inspires confidence, wholeheartedness and courage…and has an impressive reputation for helping thousands of members of hundreds of organisations embrace change positively and successfully. In thoroughly uplifting conversations with audiences his work stirs resourcefulness in individuals, positivity between colleagues and trust between organisations and their customers.

Marcus’s emphasis on exploiting work as an opportunity for self-improvement as well as commercial success means that the new habits he trains are practised in the minds and relationships of people – at work and beyond – long after his programmes are complete.

He speaks in workshops and on conference platforms with pace, humour and exceptional energy. He has helped an astonishing number of CEOs, MDs, boards, business teams, sportspeople, politicians, teenagers and people living with health challenges realise bold and extraordinary goals.

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Vistage Speaker Awards.

  • Speaker of the Year 2013, 2011, 2003, 2001.
  • Long Term Achievement Award 2014.
  • Outperforming Speaker 2016, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004.
  • Most Impact Speaker 2016

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Leading a Spirit to Serve Culture

This workshop is participative and energising, with practical take-aways and examples of theory in practice and will examine energisers…nourishers, drainers and looking forward.

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Leading a Spirit to Serve Culture

 

Overview:

This workshop is a participative and energising with practical take-aways and memorable examples of theory in practice.

 

Energiser…Nourishers, Drainers and Looking Forward to.

  • Looking back over the past 3 months, what aspects of your life and work would you describe as Nourishing? Draining?
  • What are you most looking forward to over the coming months?
  • Members present and report in random pairs. The exercise emphasises the power of strong starts, deliberate focus on positives and how leaders influence mindset.

Employee Engagement…A Reminder with Fresh Evidence.

  • Groups estimate global engagement figures…and compare their views against findings reported by Gallup.
  • What Engagement looks like and doesn’t look like. The rational and emotional dimensions of engagement and how it impacts business performance and profitability. (Re David Macleod Report 2009).
  • First hand illustrations from Network Rail, British Gas, AOL, Muller, Carnival UK, ITV, Express Vending, Marriott Hotels, Cherwell Valley Esso and P+O Cruises.
  • The Gallup 12 Conditions of success. (The 12 times table of management.)

Good to Great, Like to Love.

The difference between Satisfaction and Loyalty…and the corrosive nature of indifferent service. A graphic summary showing the need to strive for service which exceeds merely satisfaction, coupled with a piece of research on why customers take their business elsewhere.

The 3 Ring Model…Basic, Expectations and Wows.

A simple, easy-to-use model which will enable participants and their teams to assess and map customer and colleague expectations as well as their performance in delivering to those wants and needs. The model provides a graphic way for the group to generate fresh ideas for customer service improvement…and also recognition and reward.

Teams work in groups to generate new and colourful ways to wow their customers…and their employees to win higher levels of engagement. N.B. The principle here is to invent novel service enhancements that are personal, human, emotional rather than processed or costly.

Extensions to the model:

  • The Customer Journey…customer experience mapping.
  • Moodograms…understanding the emotional journey of the customer in their interactions with our brand.
  • Wobbly Trolleys…Tesco’s method for finding service enhancing ideas was to find the major customer problems that needed fixing.
  • Signatures and TNTs (Tiny Noticeable Things)  
  • Using multi-sensory channels…Sight, sound, taste, smell, touch…to innovate the customer experience.

Service Value Chain.
A ‘Clear Line of Sight’…or… ‘Road Map’ for internal use.
This is a hands on session to get table groups to contribute to a collectively agreed Service Value Chain. The objective is for table groups to produce a rough first draft of the value flow from Leader Behaviour to Company Success which can be converged/tightened up and then communicated afterwards with the whole team, ie colleagues back in the business.

The Service Value Chain helps Leaders express the service strategy and all the supporting activity in the business on one page. It shows how each layer of management connects in enabling the customer experience. It clarifies for everyone in the company the key service priorities and how everybody contributes in the chain-which starts with leader actions and decisions and ends in profit and job security.

This is a tool I have used with a number of companies in 2010/11 to achieve crisp and compelling one page Road Maps…large companies…Coca Cola, DeVere Hotels, Autoglass, ,Clarks, Thistle Hotels and small…Express Vending, Martek Marine, South Boats.

1. Teams build the Model on one page in table groups in 3 phases. (20 mins design work and feedback.)

  • Picture of Future Success.
  • Single Simple Truth Strapline.
  • Desired Customer Behaviour.

 2. Drivers of Customer Behaviour. (20 mins design work and feedback.)  

  • People Behaviour.

 3. Conditions for Success. (20 mins design work and feedback.)

  • Leader Actions and Behaviour…(including Values)

 Close…a reading…The Simple Truths of Service.

Growing Into the Future

This workshop includes first hand case studies and examples of beliefs, techniques and strategies that have been witnessed from working with highly successful people.

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Growing Into the Future

Overview:

“Then I asked: Does a firm persuasion
that a thing is so, make it so? He replied:
all poets believe that it does, and in ages
of imagination this firm persuasion removed
mountains; but many are not capable of a
firm persuasion of anything.”

William Blake: The Marriage of Heaven and Hell

This workshop is designed to help participants reaffirm their persuasions about their future direction, the priorities in their working and personal lives, their effectiveness as business leaders and the value they bring and can get from the group.                   

Outline:

This workshop equips participants with practical tools and techniques to enable them to:

  • Attain and sustain peak performance for themselves, their colleagues, customers, shareholders, friends and families.
  • Confidently set and meet aspirational goals.
  • Consistently generate high quality energy in the face of the most demanding schedules.
  • Better inspire and excite others into action.
  • Develop their ability to find creative and innovative solutions to future challenges.

The workshop will feature a blizzard of fresh evidence from research as well as first hand case studies, examples and demonstrations of beliefs, techniques and strategies that have been witnessed from working with highly successful Chief Executives, politicians, front-line service providers, athletes and entertainers.  Participants will be able to share and learn new techniques that will sharpen their personal cutting edge.

Outcomes:

By the end of the workshop, participants will:

  • Have practiced methods of language management which demonstrably enhance personal energy, sharpen focus and drive positivity in oneself and others.
  • Have a deeper understanding of how to manage their mind in order to develop their creativity, intuition and imagination for decision making.
  • Have experienced the limits of their own thinking and extended their own paradigms beyond previously held self-limiting beliefs.
  • Above all members will leave the workshop with a sharper sense of conviction about their futures.
  • They will meet a collection of ideas that help us to generate purpose within ourselves and others, ideas that go well beyond SMART plans and that can be quickly and habitually practised after our meeting.

Creativity – Finding an Edge

This workshop will examine why creative thinking provides an ‘edge’ for market leaders.  The group will be asked to share their own definitions and appreciation of creativity.

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Creativity – Finding an Edge

 

Overview:

To introduce the workshop we will examine why creative thinking provides an ‘edge’ for market leaders.  The group will be asked to share their own definitions and appreciation of creativity.  Powerful case study material will also be presented to demonstrate the critical importance of creative solutions to commercial challenges rather than paradigm paralysis.

Alpha Power
Creativity is the responsibility of the right hemisphere of the brain.  Our formal education and career experience may have encouraged us to depend more readily on our analytical mind.  This workshop will reveal arresting evidence to suggest that we need to exploit and develop our subconscious if we wish to better harness our creative abilities.

Outcomes:

  • Understand why creativity is critical to the future of their business.
  • Have extended knowledge of what creativity is, where it comes from and how it can be stifled.  They will also have an understanding of how it has been successfully developed and exploited by innovative individuals and organisations.
  • Have explored new strategies and techniques to develop and release their own creative thinking in their daily role.
  • Have undertaken a ‘mental workout’ – applying their own creativity to a range of challenges.
  • Commit to new practices for accessing their personal creativity in the future.

Interpersonal Excellence

Participants will see the principles in action for themselves.  They will get to practise and experience the impact of excellent communication techniques first hand. 

Read more

 

Interpersonal Excellence

 

Overview:

A workshop in which participants learn and use techniques from Neuro Linguistic Programming (N.L.P) to develop their personal communication skills.

Participants will see the principles in action for themselves.  They will get to practise and experience the impact of excellent communication techniques first hand.  Furthermore, they will understand and take away some simple but highly effective tools to use with their managers and workforce.  They will be able to use these powerful techniques with a model that will help them develop their people in one-to-one sessions.  This will be a practical workshop with participants coaching each other and receiving feedback on their coaching performance.

Outcomes:

By the end of the workshop participants will:

  • Be able to use transformational language.  They will have greater conscious control of their vocabulary in order to convey positivity with integrity when they speak.
  • Have examined the power of voice tonality and practised techniques for using their own voice with greater impact.
  • Understand how to gauge rapport through observing mirroring in five key behavioural areas.
  • Be able to apply these successful strategies in all interactions with colleagues in order to achieve positive, motivation outcomes in challenging situations.

Enabling Leadership

Participants will leave the workshop eager to share compelling information with the leaders in their businesses on the drivers of motivation, change and engagement.

Read more

 

Enabling Leadership

 

Overview:

A leader in business can be a key opinion former, a weather maker… the person best placed to manage the climate control.

Engaging others - leaders passing on their enthusiasm and helping colleagues generate their own - is vital to the success of an enterprise. This workshop equips participants with further tools and ideas to better engage themselves, and others, on the road to optimal performance.

Outlines:

  • The core drivers of Engagement … reliable research informing leaders on what employees most need, and the most important things we need to do if we are to win their loyalty and commitment.
  • The drivers of motivation …. and what we can do to help colleagues become the best versions of themselves. This part contains some new thoughts on:
  • How to give confidence-building feedback.
  • How to gain and sustain rapport; real connectedness in conversations with colleagues.
  • How language, sensitively used, can play a vital role in enabling change.
  • Provocative thoughts on how to ensure our own excitement, energy and commitment - so that what we pass on to those around us is life-enhancing, congruent and uplifting.

Outcomes:

Participants will leave the workshop eager to:

  • Share compelling information with the leaders in their businesses on the drivers of motivation, change and engagement.
  • Apply some new approaches to their interactions as parents, partners, colleagues and leaders.
  • Put first things first i.e. take a reinvigorated approach to finding and setting their goals and giving true priority to the things that matter most to them.

The Language of Positive Influence

This is a rich, motivational and participative workshop, featuring several practical demonstrations of the power of suggestion and leaves participants with powerful resources.

Read more

 

The Language of Positive Influence

 

Overview:

A big part of leadership is about enabling other people to change their state e.g. from faint-hearted to confident, from sceptical to open-minded, interested to committed, reserved to passionate etc. This workshop zooms in on how we can use specific language patterns to achieve such altered states in others.  Participants will learn and practice patterns which they can use and benefit from immediately – whether they wish to better influence in one to one situations or when motivating or presenting to large groups/teams. For example, they will advance their ability to: use presuppositions; embed command; exploit metaphors; similes and ambiguities; achieve powerful emphasis through use of conjunctions and stacking positive undeniable phrases; and a range of forms of rhetorical questions. Furthermore, as different people process their understanding of a piece of communication differently (i.e. some are predominantly visual or auditory or kinaesthetic – feeling orientated – in how they make sense of things) we’ll be working with techniques to help us:

  • Identify which representational systems our colleagues rely on most frequently and comfortably.
  • Use language which speaks to the preferences of those we engage with, after all, communication is an event in someone else’s mind.

Outcomes:

This is a rich, motivational and participative workshop.  It features several practical demonstrations of the power of suggestion and leaves participants with tangibles…..different things to say and do that will produce powerful resourceful states for themselves and those they wish to positively influence.

Personal Power

This workshop equips participants with tools and techniques enabling them to attain and sustain peak performance, as well as confidently set and meet aspirational goals.

Read more

 

Personal Power

 

Overview:

This workshop equips participants with tools and techniques to enable them to:

  • Attain and sustain peak performance for themselves, their colleagues, customers, shareholders, friends and families.
  • Confidently set and meet aspirational goals.
  • Consistently generate high quality energy in the face of the most demanding schedules.
  • Better inspire and excite others into action.
  • Develop their ability to find creative and innovative solutions to future challenges.

The workshop will feature a blizzard of fresh evidence from research as well as first hand case studies, examples and demonstrations of beliefs, techniques and strategies that have been witnessed from working with highly successful CEOs, politicians, front-line service providers, athletes and entertainers.  Participants will be able to share and learn new techniques that will sharpen their personal cutting edge.

An engaging blend of demonstrations, case study presentations and practical hands-on application for the groups.  Participants will leave using new tools.

 

Outcomes:

By the end of the workshop, participants will:

  • Have practiced methods of language management which demonstrably enhance personal energy, sharpen focus and drive positivity in oneself and others.
  • Have a deeper understanding of how to manage their mind in order to develop their creativity, intuition and imagination for decision making.
  • Have experienced the limits of their own thinking and extended their own paradigms beyond previously held self-limiting beliefs.
  • Have been introduced to new techniques to generate a sharper sense of purpose.  Participants will meet a powerful collection of inventive goal setting tools that go well beyond SMART plans and that they can quickly and habitually use after the workshop.

Marcus also runs a follow up session to this.

Leading a Spirit to Serve Culture

This workshop is participative and energising, with practical take-aways and examples of theory in practice and will examine energisers…nourishers, drainers and looking forward.

Read more

 

Leading a Spirit to Serve Culture

 

Overview:

This workshop is a participative and energising with practical take-aways and memorable examples of theory in practice.

 

Energiser…Nourishers, Drainers and Looking Forward to.

  • Looking back over the past 3 months, what aspects of your life and work would you describe as Nourishing? Draining?
  • What are you most looking forward to over the coming months?
  • Members present and report in random pairs. The exercise emphasises the power of strong starts, deliberate focus on positives and how leaders influence mindset.

Employee Engagement…A Reminder with Fresh Evidence.

  • Groups estimate global engagement figures…and compare their views against findings reported by Gallup.
  • What Engagement looks like and doesn’t look like. The rational and emotional dimensions of engagement and how it impacts business performance and profitability. (Re David Macleod Report 2009).
  • First hand illustrations from Network Rail, British Gas, AOL, Muller, Carnival UK, ITV, Express Vending, Marriott Hotels, Cherwell Valley Esso and P+O Cruises.
  • The Gallup 12 Conditions of success. (The 12 times table of management.)

Good to Great, Like to Love.

The difference between Satisfaction and Loyalty…and the corrosive nature of indifferent service. A graphic summary showing the need to strive for service which exceeds merely satisfaction, coupled with a piece of research on why customers take their business elsewhere.

The 3 Ring Model…Basic, Expectations and Wows.

A simple, easy-to-use model which will enable participants and their teams to assess and map customer and colleague expectations as well as their performance in delivering to those wants and needs. The model provides a graphic way for the group to generate fresh ideas for customer service improvement…and also recognition and reward.

Teams work in groups to generate new and colourful ways to wow their customers…and their employees to win higher levels of engagement. N.B. The principle here is to invent novel service enhancements that are personal, human, emotional rather than processed or costly.

Extensions to the model:

  • The Customer Journey…customer experience mapping.
  • Moodograms…understanding the emotional journey of the customer in their interactions with our brand.
  • Wobbly Trolleys…Tesco’s method for finding service enhancing ideas was to find the major customer problems that needed fixing.
  • Signatures and TNTs (Tiny Noticeable Things)  
  • Using multi-sensory channels…Sight, sound, taste, smell, touch…to innovate the customer experience.

Service Value Chain.
A ‘Clear Line of Sight’…or… ‘Road Map’ for internal use.
This is a hands on session to get table groups to contribute to a collectively agreed Service Value Chain. The objective is for table groups to produce a rough first draft of the value flow from Leader Behaviour to Company Success which can be converged/tightened up and then communicated afterwards with the whole team, ie colleagues back in the business.

The Service Value Chain helps Leaders express the service strategy and all the supporting activity in the business on one page. It shows how each layer of management connects in enabling the customer experience. It clarifies for everyone in the company the key service priorities and how everybody contributes in the chain-which starts with leader actions and decisions and ends in profit and job security.

This is a tool I have used with a number of companies in 2010/11 to achieve crisp and compelling one page Road Maps…large companies…Coca Cola, DeVere Hotels, Autoglass, ,Clarks, Thistle Hotels and small…Express Vending, Martek Marine, South Boats.

1. Teams build the Model on one page in table groups in 3 phases. (20 mins design work and feedback.)

  • Picture of Future Success.
  • Single Simple Truth Strapline.
  • Desired Customer Behaviour.

 2. Drivers of Customer Behaviour. (20 mins design work and feedback.)  

  • People Behaviour.

 3. Conditions for Success. (20 mins design work and feedback.)

  • Leader Actions and Behaviour…(including Values)

 Close…a reading…The Simple Truths of Service.

Growing Into the Future

This workshop includes first hand case studies and examples of beliefs, techniques and strategies that have been witnessed from working with highly successful people.

Read more

Growing Into the Future

Overview:

“Then I asked: Does a firm persuasion
that a thing is so, make it so? He replied:
all poets believe that it does, and in ages
of imagination this firm persuasion removed
mountains; but many are not capable of a
firm persuasion of anything.”

William Blake: The Marriage of Heaven and Hell

This workshop is designed to help participants reaffirm their persuasions about their future direction, the priorities in their working and personal lives, their effectiveness as business leaders and the value they bring and can get from the group.                   

Outline:

This workshop equips participants with practical tools and techniques to enable them to:

  • Attain and sustain peak performance for themselves, their colleagues, customers, shareholders, friends and families.
  • Confidently set and meet aspirational goals.
  • Consistently generate high quality energy in the face of the most demanding schedules.
  • Better inspire and excite others into action.
  • Develop their ability to find creative and innovative solutions to future challenges.

The workshop will feature a blizzard of fresh evidence from research as well as first hand case studies, examples and demonstrations of beliefs, techniques and strategies that have been witnessed from working with highly successful Chief Executives, politicians, front-line service providers, athletes and entertainers.  Participants will be able to share and learn new techniques that will sharpen their personal cutting edge.

Outcomes:

By the end of the workshop, participants will:

  • Have practiced methods of language management which demonstrably enhance personal energy, sharpen focus and drive positivity in oneself and others.
  • Have a deeper understanding of how to manage their mind in order to develop their creativity, intuition and imagination for decision making.
  • Have experienced the limits of their own thinking and extended their own paradigms beyond previously held self-limiting beliefs.
  • Above all members will leave the workshop with a sharper sense of conviction about their futures.
  • They will meet a collection of ideas that help us to generate purpose within ourselves and others, ideas that go well beyond SMART plans and that can be quickly and habitually practised after our meeting.

Creativity – Finding an Edge

This workshop will examine why creative thinking provides an ‘edge’ for market leaders.  The group will be asked to share their own definitions and appreciation of creativity.

Read more

 

Creativity – Finding an Edge

 

Overview:

To introduce the workshop we will examine why creative thinking provides an ‘edge’ for market leaders.  The group will be asked to share their own definitions and appreciation of creativity.  Powerful case study material will also be presented to demonstrate the critical importance of creative solutions to commercial challenges rather than paradigm paralysis.

Alpha Power
Creativity is the responsibility of the right hemisphere of the brain.  Our formal education and career experience may have encouraged us to depend more readily on our analytical mind.  This workshop will reveal arresting evidence to suggest that we need to exploit and develop our subconscious if we wish to better harness our creative abilities.

Outcomes:

  • Understand why creativity is critical to the future of their business.
  • Have extended knowledge of what creativity is, where it comes from and how it can be stifled.  They will also have an understanding of how it has been successfully developed and exploited by innovative individuals and organisations.
  • Have explored new strategies and techniques to develop and release their own creative thinking in their daily role.
  • Have undertaken a ‘mental workout’ – applying their own creativity to a range of challenges.
  • Commit to new practices for accessing their personal creativity in the future.

Interpersonal Excellence

Participants will see the principles in action for themselves.  They will get to practise and experience the impact of excellent communication techniques first hand. 

Read more

 

Interpersonal Excellence

 

Overview:

A workshop in which participants learn and use techniques from Neuro Linguistic Programming (N.L.P) to develop their personal communication skills.

Participants will see the principles in action for themselves.  They will get to practise and experience the impact of excellent communication techniques first hand.  Furthermore, they will understand and take away some simple but highly effective tools to use with their managers and workforce.  They will be able to use these powerful techniques with a model that will help them develop their people in one-to-one sessions.  This will be a practical workshop with participants coaching each other and receiving feedback on their coaching performance.

Outcomes:

By the end of the workshop participants will:

  • Be able to use transformational language.  They will have greater conscious control of their vocabulary in order to convey positivity with integrity when they speak.
  • Have examined the power of voice tonality and practised techniques for using their own voice with greater impact.
  • Understand how to gauge rapport through observing mirroring in five key behavioural areas.
  • Be able to apply these successful strategies in all interactions with colleagues in order to achieve positive, motivation outcomes in challenging situations.

Enabling Leadership

Participants will leave the workshop eager to share compelling information with the leaders in their businesses on the drivers of motivation, change and engagement.

Read more

 

Enabling Leadership

 

Overview:

A leader in business can be a key opinion former, a weather maker… the person best placed to manage the climate control.

Engaging others - leaders passing on their enthusiasm and helping colleagues generate their own - is vital to the success of an enterprise. This workshop equips participants with further tools and ideas to better engage themselves, and others, on the road to optimal performance.

Outlines:

  • The core drivers of Engagement … reliable research informing leaders on what employees most need, and the most important things we need to do if we are to win their loyalty and commitment.
  • The drivers of motivation …. and what we can do to help colleagues become the best versions of themselves. This part contains some new thoughts on:
  • How to give confidence-building feedback.
  • How to gain and sustain rapport; real connectedness in conversations with colleagues.
  • How language, sensitively used, can play a vital role in enabling change.
  • Provocative thoughts on how to ensure our own excitement, energy and commitment - so that what we pass on to those around us is life-enhancing, congruent and uplifting.

Outcomes:

Participants will leave the workshop eager to:

  • Share compelling information with the leaders in their businesses on the drivers of motivation, change and engagement.
  • Apply some new approaches to their interactions as parents, partners, colleagues and leaders.
  • Put first things first i.e. take a reinvigorated approach to finding and setting their goals and giving true priority to the things that matter most to them.

The Language of Positive Influence

This is a rich, motivational and participative workshop, featuring several practical demonstrations of the power of suggestion and leaves participants with powerful resources.

Read more

 

The Language of Positive Influence

 

Overview:

A big part of leadership is about enabling other people to change their state e.g. from faint-hearted to confident, from sceptical to open-minded, interested to committed, reserved to passionate etc. This workshop zooms in on how we can use specific language patterns to achieve such altered states in others.  Participants will learn and practice patterns which they can use and benefit from immediately – whether they wish to better influence in one to one situations or when motivating or presenting to large groups/teams. For example, they will advance their ability to: use presuppositions; embed command; exploit metaphors; similes and ambiguities; achieve powerful emphasis through use of conjunctions and stacking positive undeniable phrases; and a range of forms of rhetorical questions. Furthermore, as different people process their understanding of a piece of communication differently (i.e. some are predominantly visual or auditory or kinaesthetic – feeling orientated – in how they make sense of things) we’ll be working with techniques to help us:

  • Identify which representational systems our colleagues rely on most frequently and comfortably.
  • Use language which speaks to the preferences of those we engage with, after all, communication is an event in someone else’s mind.

Outcomes:

This is a rich, motivational and participative workshop.  It features several practical demonstrations of the power of suggestion and leaves participants with tangibles…..different things to say and do that will produce powerful resourceful states for themselves and those they wish to positively influence.

Personal Power

This workshop equips participants with tools and techniques enabling them to attain and sustain peak performance, as well as confidently set and meet aspirational goals.

Read more

 

Personal Power

 

Overview:

This workshop equips participants with tools and techniques to enable them to:

  • Attain and sustain peak performance for themselves, their colleagues, customers, shareholders, friends and families.
  • Confidently set and meet aspirational goals.
  • Consistently generate high quality energy in the face of the most demanding schedules.
  • Better inspire and excite others into action.
  • Develop their ability to find creative and innovative solutions to future challenges.

The workshop will feature a blizzard of fresh evidence from research as well as first hand case studies, examples and demonstrations of beliefs, techniques and strategies that have been witnessed from working with highly successful CEOs, politicians, front-line service providers, athletes and entertainers.  Participants will be able to share and learn new techniques that will sharpen their personal cutting edge.

An engaging blend of demonstrations, case study presentations and practical hands-on application for the groups.  Participants will leave using new tools.

 

Outcomes:

By the end of the workshop, participants will:

  • Have practiced methods of language management which demonstrably enhance personal energy, sharpen focus and drive positivity in oneself and others.
  • Have a deeper understanding of how to manage their mind in order to develop their creativity, intuition and imagination for decision making.
  • Have experienced the limits of their own thinking and extended their own paradigms beyond previously held self-limiting beliefs.
  • Have been introduced to new techniques to generate a sharper sense of purpose.  Participants will meet a powerful collection of inventive goal setting tools that go well beyond SMART plans and that they can quickly and habitually use after the workshop.

Marcus also runs a follow up session to this.

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