You’re an Imposter. That’s right, you’re a fraud. Everything that you’ve ever achieved is down to dumb luck. You’ve blagged your way to where you are. How come nobody else has noticed except you? You’ve conned them all. Sound familiar? If you’re suffering from imposter syndrome you’re in good company. Research suggests 70% of us will experience the phenomena at some stage in our lives. Look around you, is it really true that everyone else is smarter than you? Perhaps they’re shiftily looking sideways in your direction and wondering the exact same thing? But how to get rid of that constant fear that you’re so fake? Imposter syndrome & how to beat it.
Resilience at Work Training: Our New NHS Partnership
Resilience at Work Training With Medical Professionals
We are thrilled to be partnering with the NHS to design and deliver Resilience at Work Training to doctors and consultants working in the health service. We know how hard staff work in the NHS and it’s a real privilege to have the opportunity to support them with our resilience at work training. We’re really looking forward to supporting a team of such dedicated, committed professionals who make a huge difference to the lives of others on a daily basis.
Resilience at work: What’s Involved?
Our resilience at work training will combine the latest research from the world of wellbeing and resilience with positive psychology and mindfulness. We’ll be covering all aspects of wellbeing as well as looking at opportunities to increase flow for surgeons working in pressured environments that demand a high level of focus.
We’ve designed a highly interactive workshop that will provide physicians with an incredibly practical toolkit of strategies, techniques and tricks that they can take away and begin using straight away. We’re working in partnership with the NHS to ensure that the resilience at work training meets the needs of their staff, improving their wellbeing and resilience.
We’ll be using our own research too!
We’ll also be using research from our current doctoral studies into mindfulness, leadership and resilience that are now underway. We’re really looking forward to continuing our partnership and supporting staff in the NHS post workshop with a dedicated suite of after support including personality assessments, articles, podcasts, videos and blogs.
Where can I find great training courses?
You won’t ever pay extra for bespoke, tailored training with us. It comes as standard with our training courses (and we’ll guarantee that our standard is less than our competitors).
We’ll also give you UNLIMITED support after we’ve worked with you and delivered your training courses.
You’ll get FREE access to a huge range of resources including psychometrics, self assessments, blogs, e-books, podcasts and videos. Our suite of resources complements all of our training courses.
You and your team will get FREE access to our virtual Q&A surgeries to trouble shoot any challenges that you come up against after your bespoke training course.
We’re here for you. We want you to succeed and we’d like to be part of that by doing everything we can to help you get there. It means everything to us.
No fuss. No gimmicks. No spin.
Just very well qualified, highly experienced trainers who want your performance to soar. We’re different because, well, you are.
Find out more about what we do by visiting the rest of this site or our events page www.positivechangeguru.com or contact us as firstname.lastname@example.org
Don’t forget we can create a course for you, bespoke, tailored to your exact needs at no extra cost.
You can ask us to create bitesize espresso, half day, 1 day or 2 day training options for you all at no extra cost. We also deliver conference keynotes based upon our latest research. Just ask! Contact us at email@example.com
Sacrifice Syndrome: The Cycle Of Wellbeing Deprivation
Sacrifice Syndrome. The cycle whereby leaders are caught in a corrosive pattern of workplace behaviours; working late, skipping lunch, catching up on weekends….the list is endless. The result? Dissonant leadership, bleeding into the rest of your organisation causing stress and burnout.
Hot off the press!
Compassionate Healthcare is here! We’re really excited to be working in partnership with the NHS on a brand new caring with compassion program. The course combines some of our favourite topics; compassion, mindfulness and neuroscience so you can see why we’re so excited! But what does compassion in the health service look like?
Mindfulness. What’s stopping you? Maybe you’ve been thinking about trying mindfulness on for size but there are a few things that are putting you off? We bust 5 of the most common mindfulness myths, paving your way towards pain free mindful practice.
Mindfulness? Pah. You don’t have time to sit around doing nothing. Or maybe you’ve read the research and you’re sold on the idea of mindfulness but you just can’t find the time. You’re not alone, this is something that we hear frequently at Positive Change Guru. So what can you do to make mindfulness part of your day? We’ve put together six painless but powerful practices to kick start your Mindfulness journey. We show you how to start where you are, adding mindfulness into your day with just a few minor tweaks.
You’re working on a project and desperately need to concentrate. At that exact same moment a colleague decides that they need to ask you something. They interrupt. It’s urgent – for them, but not for you. Try as you might to politely signal that you’re busy, they’re not for budging. Your flow, your task and your patience have been mightily tested. How do you deal with colleagues unable or unwilling to decipher your subtle (and not so subtle) “Can’t you see I’m busy?” cues. Fanfare. Meet the ‘FlowLight’
The first in our series of July blogs live from New York examines the latest US research and takes a deep dive into the work we’re doing here with our clients. Here we look at the impact of being overqualified for your role.
If you’ve ever wondered whether you’re overqualified for your current role or felt that you just weren’t stretching yourself it may be causing you more than irritation. Are you just too big for your boots or is there more to it than that? New research from Florida Atlantic University has uncovered the ‘Big fish in a small pool’ syndrome. Being over qualified may be causing you psychological strain.
Unless you’ve taken a year long sabbatical and have been living on a remote island (lucky you) you’ll have heard of workplace resilience. Recognising that the world of work is in a constant state of flux, many organisations have implemented workplace resilience programmes. But how many of them have really been effective?