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Would You like to Live in a Better World?

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Do you think that the world would be better if:

  1. Instead of the steady stream of TV programmes lamenting our escalating problems with our mental health, we were celebrating a year-on-year decline in mental health problems?
  2. People could develop skills with which to build their careers by delivering in only a matter of weeks what had previously taken several months or years?
  3. Our leaders were revered and respected because people experienced them empowering both our organisations and our society?
  4. We had alleviated our social problems arising from lack of inclusion and diversity – because people had already adopted more equal mindsets and everyone felt they had an equal say and equal opportunity?

Would it surprise to you to know that we could achieve all of the above by learning to apply just a few mindsets and thinking habits?

Have you found yourself answering ‘yes’ to the majority of the questions above?

If you would like to understand what’s involved in achieving all of those ambitions, why not join us in a series of four problem-solving and life-enhancing talks: 

  1. Building Your Confidence, Focus And Peace Of Mind 
    Date TBC
  2. Building Your Professional Skillset And Personal Brand
    Date TBC 
  3. Building Yourself an ‘Empowered’ Organisation 
    Date TBC
  4. Building a Healthier Society Based on Inclusion and Meritocracy 
    Date TBC 

Ashley Bookman, Momentum's CEO, will deliver the series of talks - for more details on his business background / contributions to organisations and society to date click here.

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Would You like to Live in a Better World?

Task Orientated® Negotiation Open Course

19 - 22 November 2019, Reading

Momentum’s Negotiation course trains people to use a Task Orientated® approach to negotiation.  For most people this requires development of a fundamentally different negotiating style.  Typically most people experience negotiation as an adversarial process in which two or more parties try to find ways to persuade or manipulate others round to their position. Rather than providing a range of conceptual models, Task Orientation® provides a deep understanding of what causes business conversations, projects and tasks to work well or to fail. Attending this Task Orientated® Negotiation Course will develop your grounded, systemic thinking which in turn leads to more intelligent and sustainable business decisions and clear action plans.

For more information / register your interest please click on the below button.

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Highfield Park
Task Orientated® Negotiation Open Course

Systemic Culture Change™ Programme

Reading

1. 

Foundation for Change

10 - 11 July 2019

2.

Transcending Organisational Paradigms 

9 - 10 October 2019

3.

Leading Vision and Direction

15 – 16 January 2020

4.

Engaging the Moral Code

22 - 23 April 2020

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Hosted at:

Highfield Park
Systemic Culture Change™ Programme

Optimising Your Own Performance (OYOP)

The OYOP programme has wide reaching implications for the psychological health of an organisation because it starts with the premise that a healthy way to reduce stress and absenteeism at work is to enable people to have:

  1. A sustainable sense of self-esteem and self-worth 
  2. A solid understanding of how to optimise their own mental health
  3. The ability to keep things in perspective when their lives are more demanding than usual
  4. The confidence to deal with situations which they would previously have found challenging
  5. A desire to enhance their own lives by making a tangible contribution to other people

OYOP is effectively a mental fitness programme for life both inside and outside work. As with any other health-related programme, habituating an active approach to their own mental health means people become more adept at living in a progressively positive mental state.

How will you benefit from this programme?

  1. Build a positive self-image
  2. Improve mental functioning
  3. Develop good quality decision-making
  4. Give people a wider sense of perspective
  5. Gain insight into how to improve relationships both inside and outside work 
  6. Improve family dynamics

Who should attend?

People who want to be empowered, not just to ‘stand on their own two feet’ or be doing a bit better at work, but to have a sense of personal progression as they learn to optimise their own mental health and personal satisfaction.  People who want to build the confidence and self-esteem to handle life's challenges more competently, resiliently and productively.

What you need to know

The OYOP programme involves five one-day workshops with two months between each workshop.  In between each workshop there are practices which can be easily absorbed into daily routines. The workshops and practices combine to build employee capability and enhance the way participants experience their lives.

To find out more about OYOP why not visit the programme website oyop.co.uk or click below to register your interest to attend.  

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Optimising Your Own Performance (OYOP)

Executive Club Breakfast

Coming Soon, London

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Momentum
Executive Club Breakfast

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