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We often wonder what the long-term impact of the last two years will be on people and businesses, but there is no doubt about the short-term impact that we are all facing right now. We are exhausted – go away!
Every friend and client that I speak to right now says, “I know I have to address that, but I simply can’t find the time or the effort to do it right now – I am exhausted, and just when I think I am getting on top of things, something else comes along.”
Please stop the world and let me get off for a moment.
Even though we think this is short-term, the long-term impact of not stopping can constantly cause massive issues both mentally and physically.
No wonder the health sector is struggling at the moment. Being right at the forefront of disaster for an extended period of time is simply not sustainable – they are exhausted.
So, what are you planning to do about it? Are you actively addressing it, or are you simply too tired to fix it?
Believe it or not, we are all still in control of our actions and decisions and it might be that we just have to jump off the wheel for a minute to take stock of where we are at, and evaluate the damage we are doing to ourselves and our relationships by not addressing the issue.
I know it’s not easy, and I would never for a moment suggest it is, but the alternatives are not pleasant. So, I encourage you to use this simple model that I have shared before, that helps us to STOP and reflect, even if just for a few minutes.
S – Slow Down
T – Take stock
O – Own it
P – Proceed
I use this simple model every day so that I can understand what I am dealing with and in turn not allow the issues of the day to become entangled with the issues of the past months and years.
It won’t solve everything, but it will help you to allow your mind to take a short break and re calibrate.
Give it a go every day next week, because staying healthy in body and mind is so important.
Have a great week,
We are thrilled to be able to celebrate this month with two of our Proteus family as they achieve major milestones at Proteus.
Jane Penny - celebrates 18 years with Proteus
Brett Hutchinson - celebrates 11 years with Proteus
Congratulations to both of you. You are very valued members of the Proteus Team.
Brett Hutchinson has been working with our New Zealand clients over the last few months and now their 2021 schedule is complete. Thank you to our wonderful New Zealand neighbours and we look forward to seeing you again next year.
Thank you to the hundreds of people and the many organisations that took advantage of our November Frenzy and locked in their Professional Development for 2022.
What a great way to start the year.
Here is some feedback from our Leadership Programs and Workshops:
Very engaging with clear presentation and involvement from participants.
Felicity Rodrigues - Presenting With Confidence
Practical and inspiring teaching around the art of coaching which includes activities to cement the experience!
Sara Fleming - Coaching With Confidence
Rob, this session has been absolutely sensational and I’ve enjoyed every moment. Thanks for being a top notch presenter looking forward to tomorrow.
Erin White - Leading People & Culture
This has been very worth while. Some of the different processes for dealing with the day to day issues in our company has been great.
Craig Barrett - Emerging Leaders
This program was a great insight and will help build my team of mainly new staff, by understanding their behaviours, having meaningful conversations and helping my team become a high performing team.
Samantha Dingwall - Leading People & Culture
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Creating A Culture Of Selling
EVERYONE A SALESPERSON
This program has been designed to assist individuals and teams create and embrace a culture of selling. It also looks at how the sales process can be conducted in a highly ‘functional’ way and indeed be one of the most powerful and positive activities in our organisations.
Each participant will have a greater understanding of their own role as a salesperson, as well as the sales process and how they can personally adopt a more functional approach to selling.
Participants will produce an action plan of specific strategies and ideas to proactively create a culture of selling in their teams and workplaces.
Participants will become more confident in their responsibilities as a salesperson through gaining new knowledge, skills and strategies to assist them sell functionally and authentically.
Moving From Busyness To Effectiveness
FIND YOUR FOCUS AND CREATE MORE WITH LESS
This program will help busy leaders and teams to focus on their priorities and establish strategies to bring about sustainable behavioural change and transformational positive habits.
This is not just another time management program. This workshop helps participants to change the way they think, lead themselves and lead others.
This session will also equip participants with insights, tools and templates to move themselves and their teams from busyness to effectiveness.
Creating A Positive Culture
HOW TO LEAD ROBUST, RESILIENT, NO-WHINGE, SOLUTION-FOCUSED WORKPLACES
Creating Positive Cultures is about giving people the skills and permission to destroy dysfunction, kill off negative influences and the space for all your positive people to shine and thrive.
Culture is all about your behaviours, it is what to do. So great leaders and workplaces don’t allow their culture to happen by default, they design it together by agreeing to operate above the line in a positive, professional and proactive way.
This allows for a psychological safe space to innovate, stay relevant, to fight clean to develop resilience, gratitude and a growth mindset, while giving staff permission to call people out on any toxic behaviours.
This results in a self-regulating culture where people celebrate achievements while creating great relationships, products and services.