Getting people to share learning is powerful. My workshops and seminars use business psychology, coaching theory, psychotherapy and cutting edge positive psychology to help people get more out of their work.
We can deliver them on or in person. They can be tailored for an hour, half or full day. You can find many of our workshops and seminars below. We can also create bespoke sessions to reflect your needs and objectives. Please contact us or book in a session to discuss this. I have also included the main learnings in italics.
It’s natural to be concerned about delivering good work and creating a good impression. However, there may be moments when that anxiety can start to impede your performance. This seminar looks at practical ways to help you dial down any feelings of anxiousness or panic, including how to deal with panic attacks. We also discuss how to help those around you.
A fascinating examination of our own family dynamics and how they trickle down to our attitude to our work, our career and even our finances. Sensitively tailored to suit a range of family circumstances, this workshop helps us recognise patterns that may be holding us back, as well as working as a stimulating team working exercise.
Leadership, personal development, team working
In today’s fast paced world, we have so many small decisions to make. It’s no wonder we have little energy or thinking space left for the big, important decisions. This workshop looks at your own decision- making style. We will show you different ways of making decisions, and, at the same time, get out of the washing machine of “should I, shouldn’t I?” thinking.
You will understand others’ decision-making styles for better relationships and team dynamics, and go away with powerful decision-making techniques you can apply to any area of life.
Leadership, personal development
Understanding others personalities and behaviours is the key to working well as part of a team. This seminar draws on DISC and 16 Personalities to help you understand the dynamics in your own team. How would your boss prefer you to communicate? Why does a certain person irritate you? How can you uplevel your communication style to work better alongside your colleagues?
Team working, leadership, personal development
Did you know that we all have a communication archetype? This workshop will help you discover your communication archetype and use it to build a network that will sustain you throughout your career. You’ll learn your best way to make connections on and offline, how to nurture those relationships, and how you can act as an ambassador for your organisation.
Leadership, team working, personal development
We all rely on self-discipline, habits, and rituals to get things done, but how often do you think about which one serves you best? In this workshop you will learn how to increase your self-discipline, break bad habits – or create new ones, and create your own powerful rituals to change your mindset.
Leadership, mental health, personal development
Depression can cause havoc with your performance at, and your enjoyment of work. It can leave you feeling isolated, lacking in motivation and has a severe physical impact on your health. Spotting signs of depression in yourself and others means that you can implement the self-help strategies covered in this workshop to help move you out of depression, or recognise when you need more professional help.
Mental health, team working
Good time management is more than just picking the right App or investing in a pretty journal. Knowing your personality type can help you understand whether you are likely to leave things to the last minute and what you can do about that. It can help you understand why some people find it difficult to get on with work even if they have set quiet time aside just for that very reason, or why you are struggling with staying motivated with the small details.
Leadership, productivity, team working, personal development
Being visible is more important than ever. Sometimes, simply doing a job well isn’t enough. We need to have “a profile.” Some people love this opportunity to step into the spotlight. For others, it can feel like a step too far.
Being more visible can open up opportunities. It allows you to be taken more seriously, and create connections that will benefit you in your life and career. In this workshop you will conduct a reputation audit, understand what you can do to raise their profile without coming over as a show– off, and investigate your own blocks to stepping into the spotlight.
You will also find ways to raise your reputation that feel comfortable and authentic and have the template to create your own reputation plan.
Personal development, leadership, visibility
What are the ten things that your employers, present and future, want to see from you. How do you measure up and what can you to develop in those areas? This workshop looks at how anyone can make themselves more employable, whilst also improving and developing their skill-set.
Personal development, leadership, team working, visibility
Many personal development books and gurus insist on us moving out of our comfort zones, but how do we do this without getting spooked when we come up with challenges that floor us? This workshop looks at ways we can move out of our comfort zone in a controlled, strategic manner. We will uncover what and who can support us, and set up a framework to help us keep up the momentum.
Personal development, leadership, visibility
What was once called shyness can be a huge barrier to promotions, building a network, and even impacts our mental health. This seminar looks at ways we can work on our social anxiety and help us feel more in control of situations where we are interacting with others.
Mental health, leadership, personal development
12 seminars delivered over 12 months, with recordings, branded slides and workbook for participants. To discuss prices, please call Paula Gardner on 07534 984298, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Scarlet Thinking was founded by ex PR company owner and now business psychologist and coach, Paula Gardner. It uses cutting edge research and a philosophy of positive psychology to help people address common issues that can impact their performance at, and enjoyment, of work.