liquid thinking workshops
For teams on their way to a committed high-performance culture, this programme ensures that members feel empowered and enabled to take responsibility for their part in the process.
It challenges: people’s beliefs about their own and others’ abilities and targets; the language we use (negative and positive) and the impact it has on creating business momentum; and the actions we take, including simple exercises that demonstrate the importance of a ‘can do’ culture in the quest for commercial success.
what you take away
- An understanding of the psychology of embracing change.
- More effective team working and communication.
- The motivation for delegates to become more demanding of themselves and each other – raising the performance bar.
- The ability to better engage with internal and external stakeholders.
- An understanding of E+R=O – events, plus reaction, equals outcome.
Professor Damian Hughes
Damian Hughes is a best-selling author on the Psychology of Change, he has published 11 books – including Liquid Thinking, Liquid Leadership & most recently The Five STEPS to a Winning Mindset. He has a successful track record delivering programmes across FTSE organisations & start-ups across multiple sectors. Additionally he has played a key role in the success of sporting institutions such as GB Basketball, Warrington Wolves, West Bromwich Albion & Manchester Utd. His key focus is enabling and inspiring people in the face of the demands of change through delivering keynote speeches & bespoke team workshops or organisational development programmes.
For more information on how your organisation can benefit from Damian’s expertise, please contact us.
recent posts from Damian Hughes
I recently delivered a keynote speech to a large multinational business about how to engage their staff better and thought I’d share one key message with you. I began...July 17, 2017
The thoughts of Professor Damian Hughes
– award winning author, performance psychologist and master associate at Archipelo
Welcome to 2017, the Mad Men method When we start a new year, we often reflect on ways which we can use to improve our lives. Wouldn’t it be...February 7, 2017