03 Jan Knowledge Networks
Working in partnership: TDA Business and the Palace Theatre bring you The Art of Being Brilliant with Andy Cope
We live in a manic society where most people’s lives are on permanent fast-forward. The modern workplace is typified by a never ending regime of restructures and budget cuts. Uncertainty prevails. Customer expectations are rising. Legislation is tightening. You are probably going to be audited or inspected one day soon. Outside of work there are family pressures. And society. Trump. Brexit. Oh, and don’t forget the weather!
‘The Art of Being Brilliant’ provides an antidote to the crazy world that typifies modern Britain. This workshop uses cutting edge research to explore how you can be you, brilliantly. The aim is to share some of the ‘secrets’ of Positive Psychology, focusing on learning new habits of thinking and behaviour that will sustain personal ‘brilliance’. It is about the ‘whole you’ and, as such, is applicable in and out of work.
The content is taken from the latest research into positive psychology, wellbeing, flourishing and emotional contagion. Our team calls it ‘the science of the bleedin’ obvious’… yet if it’s so obvious, why are so few people doing it?
Too many people are counting down to the weekend, accidentally wishing their life away. ‘The Art of Being Brilliant’ is a big wake-up call. We figure there’s a huge difference between ‘being alive’ and ‘living’ – if you decide to go for it, your positivity ripples out into your workplace and family. The aim, therefore, is to challenge current habits and ways of thinking, to re-energise and enthuse staff for the challenges that lie ahead.
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?