NEW workshop: Dambusters emotional release

Dambusters emotional release is a secure, fast and easy process designed to free you from relentless coping. No talking or analysis required, just a straight path to resolution and closure. Similar to a guided meditation, Dambusters is a remarkably gentle catharsis, offering you a compassionate way to let go of old sentiments and calmly reset your wellbeing. How does it work? In brief, emotional release helps you unplug the negative sensations from your memories. This enables you to remember what happened without feeling the intense anger, sadness, fear, pain or guilt previously associated to it. In a sense, Dambusters opens the floodgates to discharge your suffering.

This respectful emotional release process is ideal for people who are grieving a significant loss, like the death of a loved one, divorce, separation / abandonment, redundancy, business failure. The technique is of great value to those enduring unexpected trauma or abuse (past or present). Emotional release also brings immense benefit in situations of long-term or palliative sickness (sufferer or carer), communication crises, relationship breakdown and anger management difficulties.

Demand for Dambusters has increased significantly since the pandemic, matching the rise in people struggling to face past demons and deal with lockdown stressors. Previously available only as a mentoring programme, we recently began offering Dambusters as a half-day workshop (full discretion assured).

Pukekohe, Sunday 8 August (max 12 participants)

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FREE July masterclass: How to deal with uncomfortable emotions

There are many different coping mechanisms you can use to combat life's challenges, but it's important to realise they are not all created equal. Some techniques work more effectively than others, depending on the emotions you're dealing with. Forget the "one size fits all" approach because extensive studies in the fields of neuroscience and positive psychology have revealed a range of tactics anyone can use to avoid procrastination, beat self-sabotage and rebuild happiness.

If you’d like to learn how to deal with uncomfortable emotions and stay the course, even when it feels tough, I’m sharing my favourite proven techniques in this month's FREE masterclass (via zoom). Join me in the shift from coping to comfort! 

Thursday 29th July @ 12pm (NZST)

Contact us now to reserve your seat (registration also ensures you receive the FREE session recording if you are unable to join the masterclass live).

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Corporate Culture Level Up

A year ago, the edict went out for staff worldwide to work from home, blurring the traditional line between people's business and private lives in an unprecedented way. Is it any surprise that many employees have since returned to work, trailing private issues and spilling them straight onto their desk? Some are still battling personal demons, others have suffered tragic or traumatic experiences during lockdown, and many have been unable to access mental or emotional support to help manage the additional stress burden.

Employers have faced equally challenging situations. Eager to keep afloat, they found themselves obliged to implement previously unexplored business practices, setting in place awkward precedents for the new normal. Post-lockdown, most are still juggling extra financial pressures, fielding staff requests for hybrid terms and struggling to convince worried employees that role adaptation is a must for the business to survive.

Companies are beginning to navigate this new world of work. Team members striving to rebalance are clearly expressing the desire for greater emotional support and understanding. Meanwhile, employers who are stretched to the max are wondering how to motivate and retain their best people, while stimulating productivity....when the next lockdown could be just around the corner.

Blame is an easy fallback in times of challenge. Forward-thinking corporate leaders are choosing instead to re-evaluate their working culture, and remedy the rift this pandemic has created. If you need help designing behavioural motivation to suit your pressured team, get in touch now for more details.

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