Henry Ford, the American businessman, once said ‘If you think you can or you think you can’t, either way you’re right.’ And it’s the belief that you can achieve anything by ‘programming’ your mind for success’ that drives UCan Training.
The Power of You continues to deliver results. Meet Donna Sharp who has recently completed the programme.
This is a training experience like no other, no dull, boring conference room and death by Powerpoint. The beautiful and homely location and structure of the sessions really adds to the whole experience. Sharon’s informal, and friendly approach makes you feel welcome and comfortable instantly. Having the training sessions set out over a 3 month period with time in between to allow the opportunity to apply the tools we learnt is really valuable and helps embed the skills.
I feel far more confident in myself when dealing with difficult situations and when asking others to do work or assist in a project. I believe in myself more than I did before and my peers have commented on how they have seen a notable change in my confidence.
As my confidence has grown I am now taking more of a leader role in teams and projects and putting myself forward for high profile tasks that require me to present to a larger audience.
Relationships with difficult colleagues have vastly improved, making it some much easier to get the job done! Sharon is an amazing coach and trainer, after each session I came away feeling like I could take on anything!
To find out more about Donna’s experience, click on the link below. If you are interested in attending a Power of You programme, or are interested in individual coaching to take your career to the next level, then do please get in touch - firstname.lastname@example.org www.ucantraining.com/case-study-donna-sharp... See MoreSee Less
This week I enjoyed speaking to 40 first year ‘A’ level students at The Royal School, Haslemere, about what they want their future to look like. A wonderful opportunity to give younger people the time to press the pause button, step back, and think about their hopes and aspirations.
Some knew the direction in which they’re heading, others didn’t. They drew comfort from knowing majority of their friends were thinking and feeling exactly the same way as they do. The message was clear:
1. It’s okay to be scared, everybody is; it’s okay to change your mind, change direction. 2. Become conscious of your thoughts, feelings, emotions, and actions, and how they how they are influencing your behaviour. 3. Think about and write down your goals of what you want to achieve in life and why?
Exciting and challenging times lie ahead for these young students. Hopefully they are now feeling a bit more resilient and resourceful. It will be interesting to follow up in a few months time to see what changes have taken place. ... See MoreSee Less
It's mental health week, and I’m sure we all know someone who suffers with mental health. I have got involved this week by taking part in the SASchillichallenge. Here’s a chance to join in the discussion and have some fun in the process. It’s Okay, Not To Be Okay. www.saschillichallenge.com... See MoreSee Less