Two Hour Virtual Workshop
Are you a carrot, an egg or a coffee bean? What would you like to be and who do you think you are? I hope you have found out a little more from watching our short video.
All of us of course, aim to be that coffee bean, strong in adversity, while pushing the boundaries to create new, innovative experiences. This is not easy, but so rewarding when we can break through both external and internal limitations. This course is here to help you to use adversity in a novel way so that accomplishments are achieved, even in the toughest of times.
How It Will Help You
This short 2 hour virtual workshop gives you the very practical tools of turning your ‘cannots’ into ‘how I can’. You will learn the powerful thinking tool of ‘No, because = Yes, if’ as you understand the intelligence within your negative thinking to fire your imagination into positive, innovative action.
You will also learn the value of focus and being aware of how to use your passion to control your emotions when reaching for goals. Finally we will look at the insights we gain from questioning in a playful and curious way.
• Ask the right questions to achieve the best answers
• Remove obstacles and blockages that hinder clear decision making
• Learn to use the D.N.A. print model that changes negative thinking into positive, innovative action.
Valerie PierceValerie Pierce, MA (Phil), MSc (Executive Coaching) is Creator of the training concept ‘Clear & Critical Thinking’.
Her international client list includes public and private sector clients in Ireland, UK and Europe over a 20 year period.
Valerie also lectures on MBA programs at Ashridge Business School, Brooks University Oxford, the Smurfit School of Business and Trinity College Dublin.
She is a Tutor on the worldwide Ashridge Leadership Programme and is the author of the ‘Creative Problem Solving’ Learning Guide (2011) for the Ashridge Business School (Top 1% of Global Business Schools – Ref: Financial Times).
Her books include:
‘Quick Thinking on Your Feet’
(Published in Ireland 2003: Japan 2004: USA 2005: China 2005)
'Focus: The Art of Clear Thinking'
published in Ireland (2014)and Middle East (2015)