When the world’s doing its worst it’s doubly important that you know how to be at your best! THE ART OF BEING BRILLIANT helps you shine by reconnecting you with you.
It acts as the cornerstone of any personal or organisational change programme. We use cutting edge research but have surgically removed the big words and replaced them with simple, do-able principles that are applicable at work and home. We like to think of it as a personal upgrade that allows you to thrive no matter what the world throws at you.
THE ART OF BEING BRILLIANT is your competitive advantage. In plain simple English, we want this to be the best training you have ever had. Whisper it quietly, but it might even change your life?
Why this programme
Our programmes are based on the research findings of Dr Andy Cope. Andy flipped psychology and instead of looking at illness, he looked at wellness. His Loughborough PhD (the first in the UK) was about employee engagement, with a specific focus on elevated states of wellbeing. Andy examined those at the top of the wellbeing spectrum (at Art of Brilliance, we call them the ‘2-percenters’, the small group of staff who are flourishing) and sought to answer 3 questions:
- Who are the 2-percenters?
- What are they doing that allows them to flourish?
- What can we learn from them that we might apply to the wider staffing population, so they might flourish too?
Our programmes take in the wider areas of Positive Psychology (purpose, strengths, resilience, self-care, etc), but Andy’s original research provides the DNA of our portfolio. This gives our programmes a strong academic grounding, but our ‘uniqueness’ actually comes from bringing the messages to life through humour, story-telling and common-sense principles.
Who is this session for?
Open to colleagues, clinical and non-clinical, those who have an interest in leadership and those in a leadership or management role.
Book your Place:
Please visit this link to book your place: Leadership Espresso: The Art of Being Brilliant – South East Leadership Academy