Positive Workskills Training


This programme provides a range of practical guidelines and tools that enable people to maintain a positive and practical focus even when things around them are not quite going according to plan.

The vast majority of people think that being positive and being happy are the same things. They are in fact NOT and the rhetoric about having to be happy to achieve is simply incorrect.

Research has shown that people who frame their life through a positive focus can perform better, develop stronger relationships and are more value to be around.

Positive Workskills training isn’t about laughter, motivation or adding humour to the workplace, it’s about showing you a way to develop and maintain a positive focus that will allow you to perform at your best and enjoy the process as best you can.

The course differs from many offerings in the “resilience” space in that there is a practical orientation and does not dwell on Happiness as being a major driver of developing a more positive focus in work and life. The methods allow participants to examine their beliefs around performance, resilience, confidence, happiness, self-image and temperament and refocus productively where possible and where necessary.

For details on these half day training sessions contact Frank on 0400 109727 or at think.quick@me.com

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About the Author

Frank Connolly is the Principal of “Think Quick”, a business that adds value through thinking differently. His work history covers all sectors and includes initiatives that have yielded bottom line benefit in the 10’s of millions of dollars.

Frank has worked across Australia, South East Asia, China, the Middle East and Africa where he has trained and facilitated multiple thinking methods and been acknowledged by Edward de Bono as one of the foremost practitioners of the de Bono thinking methods worldwide.

Frank believes strongly that if we can improve the way we think, the actions that follow also improve.


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