This experiential training course, an adventure into team building and bridging relationship in the workplace, is best done when the leader and the employees participate together. Empowerment begins with seeing the possibilities, not just the problems. It means changing our perspectives, not just the problems. It means changing our perspective – on ourselves and others. But changing attitudes is risky. It means leaving where you are and not coming back. Stepping out of the comfort zone and getting uncomfortable. It requires mental and physical stamina, courage, and even some distress. It’s easier to say “no” to changing our attitudes than it is to say “yes”. But no is simply a way of repeating the past. Saying yes opens up all sorts of new opportunities. Say yes and discover the power within you to change your attitudes, your work, our relationship, and your life – fro the better. Say yes to Adventures in Attitudes.
Adventures in Attitudes is an empowering program designed to help people understand that how they perceive and respond to events around them is their choice. This awareness is the first step in changing negative attitudes to positive ones. It’s key to establishing personal responsibility and accountability in the midst of change. And it helps turn passive resistance into high-energy performance.
Adventures in Attitudes is an intensive but flexible program. It can be offered over several days or, in a modular format, over several weeks. The program is a remarkable process of self-discovery using small group interaction, shared personal experiences, individual and group exercises, and facilitator-led discussion.
The level and intensity of participation is determined solely by the individuals. But most participants recognize early that this is not “training as usual.” They quickly embrace their active, personal role in the process.
Learners move through ten high-involvement areas critical to increasing self-awareness, changing attitudes and improving relationships for greater personal and professional success: