Why Mental Fitness is Important for Project Managers (And Everyone Else!)

Significant changes and significant improvements require significant shifts in thinking Based on the New York Times best seller “Positive Intelligence” by Stanford Professor Shirzad Chamine, the mental fitness model allows you to identify and reduce the negative thinking that often masquerades as grit, determination, and hyper-achievement.  Companies like Google, Microsoft, and Proctor & Gamble have had great results from developing their mental fitness, and you can too. 

If you think you don’t have these negative thoughts, ask yourself: How often have you finished a project and felt relief that it’s done instead of satisfaction that it was successful? How often do you feel relieved that the day is over instead of fulfilled about what you’ve accomplished that day? 

Join me and learn how you can improve not only your performance but also your mental well-being and relationships.

Each webinar is 45 minutes long and you’ll learn at least one technique to deal with these mental saboteurs. Click on one of the dates below to register.

I look forward to seeing you!