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Do you love learning but can easily recall some fairly crap experiences? Have you been on a company training program that did nothing for you? Did a dreaded role play and experienced no lasting benefits? Does all this leave you wondering how you can train your staff and build your company to be more connected, compassionate, and creative?
Then you’re in the right place.
In this week’s episode I interview Jennifer Tarjanyi and we unpack how you and your team can get on the fast track to growth and build a better business by Unlearning.
Jennifer has had a profound personal journey in the form of a pilgrimage to the end of the world, that inspired her coaching consultancy; Fisterra.
Jennifer revelations, off the back of a 15 year career in learning and development, meant the time had come for the rest of the world to catch up.
So, if you are longing for things to be different, it’s time to put an end to the weird corporate world we’re all in and build one you love….let’s jump in.
Tune in and learn
- What it means to deprogram yourself
- The antidote to the avocado affect in corporate decision making
- How to become present aware, and deliberate to smash through barriers and excel in your role
- Why the up and to the right mentality is not the be all and end all when it comes to transformational coaching. Introducing Thick data and Thin data
I hope you enjoy this episode, but most of all I hope you take action from it. Start by asking yourself some hard questions and be honest with yourself:
- Do you thrive or despair in a culture where you have to win at any costs?
- Do you feel comfortable or uncomfortable with polite dishonesty
- Does office gossip make you smile or cringe?
Being true to yourself is the fastest track to happiness…and building a culture where your people will thrive. Let us know what resonated most with you in this episode or share your next step to change the status quo and build more value led, human business.
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And if you’d be so kind as to let us know the answer to the artists of her favourite soundtrack -that would be fab too!