Going Beyond Success Two-Day
Corporate Workshop Syllabus
Workshops can be tailored to suit the goals, requirements and priorities of the clients.
Schedule for Day 1 and Day 2
9am to 4:30pm
Lunch break: 12:30-1:30
Coffee and water will be provided.
A brief break will be provided morning and afternoon.
Hand-outs and materials for exercises will be provided.
Communication devices are required to be set on vibrate.
Tools and information delivery is structured in building blocks, so missing any sections will interfere with comprehension in other sections. To retain the value of your investment, only full attendance is worthwhile.
Section 1: How the Subconscious Affects You
Understanding brain stem and limbic system functions and their effect on body chemistry, subconscious communications that affect reactions in other people, and behavior.
Identifying reaction chemistry, and tools for making conscious changes to your body chemistry to change reactions in yourself and others.
Recognizing types of reaction effects in yourself and others, allowing insight to manage interactions and results of interactions. Tools for managing the interactions in later sections.
Apply for direct positive impact on:
Relationships with customers, co-workers, suppliers, even family.
Communications and meeting
Identifying lost time and lost performance effects in yourself and others, and changing those results.
Reporting structure interactions and results.
Section 2: Identifying and Eliminating Triggers and Programs to Change Results
Identify 'push your buttons' triggers and the tools to eliminate them.
Identify self-limiting behaviors, both known and hidden in subconscious, and tools to eliminate them.
Identifying subconscious programs affecting your outcomes, and how to remove them.
Section 3: Achieving Great Results
Identifying subconscious sabotage of prioritizing with tools to correct to achieve more focus, more directed effort, and more results.
Identify damaging subconscious sabotage programs, and eliminate them. For example, the subconscious mind considers conflicting or changing requirements a threat, and will trigger withdrawal reactions that undermine focus with body chemistry. It may look like illness, tiredness, distraction, forgetting, procrastination, or fuzzy thinking.
Eliminate negative self-talk.
Eliminate struggles with decisions or questioning decisions (when information remains the same.)
Identify destructive impacts of primary reactive behaviors such as codependence, passive aggressive behavior, and status/territory conflicts. Tools for management, resolution and change provided.
Section 4: Beyond Successful Interactions to Maximize Results
Go beyond successful interaction by identifying patterns in interaction behaviors and changing them to maximize results. Tools and analysis can be applied to interactions and relationships with clients, suppliers, peers, and reporting chains.
Learn to use tools to improve environments and interactions, particularly:
Power and Control Dynamics
Contribution, Support, and Cooperation
More Effective Meetings
Section 5: Goals Beyond Success
Identify inhibiting primitive programs and tools to make root-cause change.
Using specific examples of individual situations to practice identifying and solving subconscious influence and interference.
Recognizing limits imposed by the subconscious and removing them to go beyond success.