Directions of thinking
How many times have you been in situations and talked to colleagues or family members about their experiences and they seem to have a considerably different experience to you?
From hearing someone speak, experiencing a theatrical performance or maybe even watching a sporting event, it’s amazing how people’s opinions can be wildly different.
This could be because we all have ways of sorting information that we receive through sensory based data, and dependent upon other belief and values we choose to process, what has happened in the way we believe is appropriate for us at the time, and yet may not be for someone else. The patterns of sorting information allow us to arrange our thoughts and think for ourselves.
There are times in our lives, where our ability to think seems to limit how we make sense of what is around us, and we want to learn to think differently. In some respects, some of our thinking patterns that we acquired as children, we still have now – and perhaps they no longer serve us well.
The purpose of this interactive training is to share with you some of the most common patterns of thinking that we recognise in ourselves and others and to learn what other patterns there may be. If you would like to learn to change the way you think, we can work with you to change the direction of your thinking so that you can be changing your mind and keeping the change.
Whether you are a Coach, a Therapist, a Manager or a person that wants to communicate even more effectively, this will be a fun day, where you will learn a lot and enjoy the process.
Please contact June on 0787 6578055 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or would like to book your place.