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“There’s a reason I do leadership and identity work. Far too many people who’ve been through some sort of trauma, crisis or loss of confidence never totally recover. The life they end up living is less satisfying than it might have been. I don’t believe it’s fair that events outside of your control can hold you back for the rest of your life. My work aims to change that.”

Through years of working with people to help them to improve their results – first in the corporate workplace, then outside it – a pattern appeared. It became clear that many people who struggle to fulfill their potential (or even to be happy with their achievements) have suffered some sort of setback in life. Whether that was a tough childhood, lack of support from family or partners, a hyper-critical boss, or a bad mistake in work or business – something had changed, and a pattern was set. A pattern of dissatisfaction, frustration, lack of confidence, failure, or willingness to settle for a life that does not make you happy. This does not have to be the case. You have options, and you have the power to make different choices.

Leadership and identity work is not just for those looking to develop a management career, although that’s where I have often taught it. Leadership starts with the ability to master yourself, and to take control of how you move forward. Identity work gives you the knowledge you need to do that – to understand where your beliefs and emotional responses have come from, and how to change them. Working forward, you will learn to replace the learned beliefs and behaviours that hold you back, to develop yourself to the best of your potential, and to bring new leadership skills to your personal and social life, business or career.

Leadership and Identity Training will teach you how to:

• Uncover the sources of both conscious and unconscious beliefs that are holding you back
• Challenge negative beliefs that you have about yourself and the world
• Have, and project, a more confident self-image
• Be a better leader and facilitator in group situations
• Create environments that you, and others, want to be in
• Enhance your skills in supporting others and helping them to develop

Whatever has happened to you in the past, there is only one person who has the power to make decisions for your future. That, of course, is you.

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