Positive Mental Attitude
Positive mental attitude is that philosophy which asserts that having an optimistic disposition in every situation in one's life attracts positive changes and increases achievement. Having a positive attitude in the workplace won't necessarily make you better at your job, but it will improve the way people view you as a person, so they may be more inclined to help you succeed and cheer you on.
Training is designed for the busy professionals, being short and intensive and combining lecture and demonstration. We place a great emphasis on making the training practical, getting participants to practice the techniques taught. The exercises carried out focus on specific issues and cases related to people management skills and leading in challenging situations. Trainers provide advice relevant to your circumstances and requirements based on their experience. Participants have ample opportunity to discuss specific requirements with the trainer. During the training, we focus mainly on: - Activities Based - Experiential Sharing - Role Play & Simulation - Game Based - Learning Action Plan - Case Study - Discussion - Facilitation - Evaluation - Pre-Test and Post-Test for All Participants.
Typical participants include officer staff and employee who need to improve their knowledge, skills, and attitude on mindfulness, critical thinking, team spirit and communication.
Icebreakers, Slide Presentation, Exercise Bank, Case Study, Select Sequence, & Prepare Learning Activities
Positive Mental Attitude brings optimism into your life, and makes it easier to avoid worries and negative thinking. If you adopt it as a way of life, it would bring constructive changes into your life, and makes them happier, brighter and more successful.
After joining this course, participants will be able to • Live proactively • Have a positive vision for your life and for others around you • Remove negative speech from your life i e.g., I can’t, I’ll try, or I’ve never been able to • Release past negative experiences and move forward. • Give yourself permission to be in control of your own life • Take pause and react in a more constructive way to conflict • Aware of what is happening without judgment and without interference • Explore and define the problem systematically by viewing it from different angles and search for root causes • Understand the key advantages of high performing teams and why companies are firm supporters of the team model • To identify the behaviors associated with good working relationships and to maintain good relationships with other people and to develop yourself.