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What is PQ?

Positive Intelligence is the science and practice of developing mastery over your own mind so you can reach your full potential for both happiness and success. It is your capacity to respond to life’s challenges with positive rather than negative mindset.

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What is CQ?

Cultural Intelligence is the capability to relate and work effectively across cultures, and the ability to turn differences into synergy instead to painful liability.

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Coaching is...

A joint endeavour to discover new thinking that moves you - the Thinker - forward."

Coaching enables a person, or team to move from where they are to where they want to be, through a powerful process of exploration and action. 
Coaching supports people to identify their thinking, their barriers, and challenges. It creates space to reflect. It guides people towards clear-sighted decisions, specific plans, and committed action.

Coaching for us means combining our experiences, expertise and passion to encourage our clients to learn, grow, make positive changes that last, see more opportunites and increase their wellbeing. 

Our aim is to support leaders who create workplaces where every voice matters, everyone thrives and finds meaning, and so change and innovation happens naturally. 

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"Bells & Whistles"

...are additional features or accessories which are non-essential but very attractive. Most personal and leadership development programs use tools to treat the symptoms not the root causes, which negates its effectiveness and longevity. PQ+ uses your existing natural strengths to reach your potential.

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A Typical Program

"Rewire your team for success." To begin your journey to better performance, healthy relationships and wellbeing you learn to:

  • Identify the root causes of current challenges

  • Understand your impact on self and others

  • Train your mind to act in your best interest

  • Change your attitude toward stress and so change how it affects you and others.

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Research & Quotes

1) WE Institute 

2) ICQ Global 

3) HBR / Journal of Management and Organisation 

4) Posiitve Intelligence Research

5) Research Stanford University
6) WHO mental health in the workplace

and more research details can be provided.

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The Impact Of Stress At Work
an example

  • Employee burnout has no boundaries: 91 percent of respondents say having an unmanageable amount of stress or frustration negatively impacts the quality of their work. 83 percent of respondents say burnout from work can negatively impact their personal relationships.
     

  • Passion may not prevent workplace stress: 87 percent of professionals surveyed say they have passion for their current job but 64 percent say they are frequently stressed, dispelling the myth that passionate employees are immune to stress or burnout.
     

  • Many companies may not be doing enough to minimize burnout: Nearly 70 percent of professionals feel their employers are not doing enough to prevent or alleviate burnout within their organization. 21 percent of respondents say their company does not offer any programs or initiatives to prevent or alleviate burnout.
     

  • Companies should consider workplace culture, not just well-being programs: One in four professionals say they never or rarely take all of their vacation days. The top driver of burnout cited in the survey is lack of support or recognition from leadership, indicating the important role that leaders play in setting the tone.
     

  • Burnout affects millennial retention: 84 percent of millennials say they have experienced burnout at their current job, compared to 77 percent of all respondents. Nearly half of millennials say they have left a job specifically because they felt burned out, compared to 42 percent of all respondents.

    Source: Deloitte Workplace Burnout Survey 2015 (US market)