New technologies are emerging at an incredible rate. Of course, companies still need to make use of office stationery suppliers as you can never go too wrong with having a spare pen and paper in the office, but as technology are changing, businesses need to follow suit. This presents huge challenges to everyone. Companies have to organise training for their workforce. And employees have to learn new skills to keep up and stay relevant. Studies show that these increased demands mean employees are running on empty.
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Helping employees embrace technology
”We learned to stop worrying about not getting everything right. Because if you believe in yourself, others will too!Rachel LuffProject Manager: Technology, Diversity and Inclusion at Expedia Group
Embrace change as a positive
Ignite your Inner Belief
If we want to transform the world, we need to transform ourselves first. The first step in the Belief Mindset journey lays foundations for powerful learning: individuals start to set their minds free, find their inner magic and discover their superpowers.
Unlock your collective magic
Our expertise in group dynamics and how people collaborate creates a great learning experience. We look at how our perceptions and assumptions can affect the way we work together. We provide tools to create collective awareness, trust and synergy.
Explore your collective potential
We dive into communication skills to create great connections. This includes whole body listening and speaking, feedback and reflection.
For centuries magicians have created tricks and illusions. Their inventions innovate and make the impossible possible. In this creative workshop you’ll learn how magic can enhance your creativity and innovation.
Connecting to something bigger
To embed belief into your DNA, we align the key learnings with your company’s vision and values. This keeps teams motivated, moving and mindful of the common goal. And connects them to a shared purpose.
What to expect from these Magical Moments
Harvard Business Review/Energy Project: Quality of Life at Work study, 2014