"The strengths-based approach to coaching improves confidence, direction, hope, engagement, and kindness toward others"
Research has shown that many individual personality characteristics are relatively stable. These traits can be difficult to change. Concentrating on personal deficiencies often has limited success resulting in wasted time and resources.
Mental Performance applies evidence-based methods to help improve performance and relationships by focusing on individual strengths and optimism. Research has demonstrated it is more enjoyable to develop strengths. Individuals are also much more likely to improve their lives when concentrating efforts on personal strengths.
Mental Performance model for personal development
An evidence-based model that promotes a goal-directed, self-regulated, coaching process that focuses on strengths, optimism, and performance improvement. This model is an aggressive approach designed to make an immediate positive impact.
A positive, supportive, and trusting team atmosphere is created to foster high performing teams. This is accomplished by assessing strengths of team members, coaching individuals, and facilitating team development sessions.
Embrace the positive elements of organizational and cultural change by applying personal action plans, a team development atmosphere, and systemic level change strategies. Experience the benefits of improved employee engagement.
Leadership Development and Succession Planning
A scientific approach is used to assess, develop, and implement a succession plan that will create a long-term strategy for leadership transition.
Primary and secondary strengths are revealed, which are used to help individuals understand and improve their personal and professional performance.
Attributional Style Assessment
Attributional style is investigated to reveal patterns of optimism and pessimism. Studies have revealed attributional style has a significantly relationship with performance, health, and relationships.
Emotional intelligence is evaluated based on three components including (a) general knowledge, (b) the ability to understand how to choose between the most effective emotions, and (c) the ability to apply the most desirable emotions in order to achieve the most preferential outcome.