Thinking Leadership – Improving Mental Well-Being

Date(s) - 13 Feb 2018 until 14 Feb 2018 9:00 AM - 4:45 PM

George Albert Hotel (click for address & map

To check availability and secure your place contact:
Ken Barfoot on 01305 261540 or email here

Improving mental well-being of your business is vital for sustained success.  With one in four people coping with mental ill health, leaders need to recognise their responsibilities and deal with the issues. Businesses are built on brain power, so it is vitally important that you make the best use of this most important asset. It is all too easy to undervalue the power of the brain. If you want to increase the mental potential in your business, it is important to maintain the brain’s vitality. Generating greater mental resilience in yourself and your team requires building confidence and trust to truly perform.

With Thinking Leadership, you can: 

  • Influence the performance of your team through greater understanding of how the mind likes to work.
  • Develop more informed decision making.
  • Increase attention, creativity and energy in the business.
  • Resolve real workplace issues and build better team relationships.
  • Reduce workplace stress and improve mental resilience.
  • Sharpen the competitive edge of your business with the right leadership thinking.

“The quality of our thinking will determine the quality of our future” Edward de Bono

Improving Mental Well-Being

This innovative and memorable two-day learning event focuses on the mind, what we need to do to care for it, and how it affects our performance. As a leader, you can learn how to engage with your team to stimulate their untapped intellectual potential. Using the latest research into mindful leadership, pragmatic interaction and creative training; you will gain a contemporary concept of what this means for individuals and business leaders. By the end of the two days, you will be able to:

  • Generate a strategy to pro-actively manage mental resilience and well-being for you and your team.
  • Improve profitability through greater mental well-being.
  • Increase staff confidence to communicate, creatively problem solve and make better decisions.
  • Build trust, engagement, and empowerment in your supervisors and team.
  • Implement actions to increase brain power in your business.
  • Create powerful positive beliefs to achieve your business goals.

Consider the number of decisions that you and your team have to make every day and the impact they can have on the success of your business. Bad decisions can cost you dearly. Making the right decision is critical to the business. You can increase the quality of decision making by increasing the judgement capability of you and your team. This course includes an on-line Judgement Index assessment with full report and supervised feedback.


Day 1

  • Setting expectations.

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    “There’s someone in my head but it’s not me” Pink Floyd

  • Engaging the brain.
  • Language of trust.
  • Empowering the team.
  • Making better judgement.

Day 2

  • Managing diversity of thinking.
  • Creative problem solving to reduce stress.
  • Building mental resilience.
  • Strategies for mental well-being.
  • Actions for change.

Think differently for business success

Your team’s resilience is the most valuable resource you have, so as a leader you need a strategy for maximising this.  Investment for this event is £395/delegate inclusive of delivery, materials, Judgement Index assessment, refreshments, and post-course coaching session. This does not include overnight accommodation.

Thinking Leadership – Improving Mental Well-Being creates a unique, powerful learning experience to deal with a major issue of our time. If you wish to find out more, then please contact us.



To check availability and secure your place contact:
Ken Barfoot on 01305 261540 or email here

About Rosie

I am a trainer and coach, who has specialised in leadership development for over twenty years. Working with people at all levels of an organisation, I help them realise their true leadership potential. If you would like to talk more about the subject of this article or other leadership matters, then please contact me here

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