Question: Why is it important to be positive?
Answer: well the answer is really a question ... Have you ever met a negative person who was truly happy?
Ask people at work what they talk about in the staff canteen. Many many times they will say they talk about work, managers and colleagues. And they will admit that most of the discussion is negative.
Managers send their employees on all kinds of training courses such as technical courses, safety, presentation skills etc and of course these are all important and have their place. However, if when they return to work they still feel negative about their job, or their boss, then this negativity will affect them in their work and could negate all of the benefits of the training they received.
We all need to think and behave positively if our business and our personal lives are to be successful and rewarding.
At Syd Strike Training Solutions, we deliver positive thinking courses for our clients and they work. Sometimes we deliver positive thinking sessions under a different name. Some people do get offended at being sent on certain courses, so we are happy to make it easy for everyone. Very often we weave positive thinking and motivation into skills and management courses or customer care courses. Would not our customers receive better service if staff were not only skilled but also extremely positive? Ah, some may say you can train a person in skills but you can’t train them to be positive. Well I am sure that we can influence people and help people to believe in themselves – this can have a powerful impact on people’s positivity and motivation. That’s why our message at Syd Strike Training is:
Enhancing business performance by releasing people potential
That’s what we do. So think about investing in a positive thinking or motivational course.
Your positive thinking event is tailored to your needs and preferences and usually includes high energy discussion groups, motivational input and gentle, positive challenge and can include fun activities and team challenges with a positive thinking twist, review sessions and dozens of ideas for action.
More on the Positive Thinking course ….
If positive thinking leads to positive words, then positive words lead to positive actions and positive actions become a habit and bring success. It is believed that we think around 60,000 thoughts a day and we repeat about 80% of these thoughts the following day. Positive thinking therefore must surely be essential if we are to remain focused and successful.
What our customers say:
"I was particularly impressed with how Syd delivered positive thinking and the impact it had on the team, he provided excellent tools and mechanisms to help staff, keeping them positive and helping them have the confidence to apply for positions."
Maxine Elstob, Operations & Development Manager
NHS Commercial Support Unit North East
If you would like some further information on positive thinking then contact us.