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THE SCENARIO THINKING FRAMEWORK™
The Scenario Thinking Framework™ is my signature strategic, decision making tool that assists in anticipating, preparing and adapting to a VUCA environment (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity).
The Scenario Thinking Framework™ allows for tactical planning to effectively deal with short to midterm challenges.
Of particular use in leadership roles, when The Scenario Thinking Framework™ is applied towards desired goals or outcomes, the individual’s behaviour and their organisation become more creative and proactive, and less reactive, leading to enhanced risk mitigation, improved budget management, maximisation of opportunities and organisational future-proofing.
The traditional approach of addressing areas of weakness has a restricted impact on performance. However, by understanding your own unique set of strengths and how best to apply them, you have the power to enhance both job accomplishments, empowerment and satisfaction.
Strengths based coaching will shine a light on a person’s top strengths and values, ensuring a comprehensive understanding of not only your own strengths but also those around you, and how best to leverage them for success professionally and personally.
Pioneered by Professor of Psychology Carol S. Dweck through decades of research on achievement and success, the concept of the Growth Mindset teaches individuals that their traits, talents and abilities are not fixed and there is always room for self-development.
When utilised in tandem with a person’s strengths, a Growth Mindset can unlock a new level of learning, resilience, motivation and productivity that enhances performance outcomes, improves relationships and heightens potential for goal attainment.
This approach shifts the focus from what is clinically wrong, to the promotion of wellbeing and the creation of a satisfying life filled with meaning, pleasure, engagement, positive relationships and accomplishment.
Employing a range of psychological theory and CBT inspired exercises, the Positive Psychology element is designed to assist in achieving lasting change and provides a tool kit that can be used in day to day life either professionally or personally.
Utilising empirically reinforced psychological research, lasting behavioural change is achieved by addressing a person’s psychological and cognitive determinants of behaviour, such as attitude, self-awareness, self-efficacy and self-regulation in high pressure situations.
It requires a process of self-discovery that allows already high achievers to take performance to the next level by heightening effectiveness and efficiency, optimising resilience and understanding how to get the best out of yourself and others.