Exploring how mindset masterclasses enable participants to uncover what really works, and how to deploy mindset strategies to deliver noticeably more impactful results.
Of the many things we enjoy about running a mindset masterclass, perhaps the the most rewarding, is the ability to explore mindset strategies in depth. This inevitably means embarking on a good conversation with other people just to share experience, see what they think and notice how the strategies apply in multiple contexts.
Its one of the best ways we know to learn.
In these masterclasses there are often lively debates. We’re challenged about our approach and strategies. And in turn we challenge others on their approach, experiences and outcomes. To deliver really effective learning for the people involved, its good to talk. Not just talk, but challenge each other and our preconceptions, and be brave enough to recognise where a different approach could deliver remarkably different results.
Mindset masterclasses – going beyond the debate
The debate is just part of the process. For many it’s fun, enlightening and sometimes unsettling. Looking at what other people do and how they do it, and testing their results against their approaches, is always enlightening and often makes us question our own standards, strategies and thinking.
Taking a mindset approach goes beyond the standard ‘chalk and talk’, through the discussion and debate, and digs deep into how and why we do what we do and get what we get. From there it’s not such a big step to understanding what we ourselves need to do to be even more successful.
During a masterclass we encourage our practitioners to try it out. To see them try new ways of thinking, testing the effectiveness of their current approaches and developing new strategies for success. Its a very rewarding process.
We run masterclasses on a whole range of skills that are at the heart of great practice for project and change practitioners.
Are you interested in skills training that is less knowledge transfer and more about digging deeper into how precisely to deploy these core skills?