Imagine for a moment your mind is like a computer working 24-7 and your “thinking” is the constant processing of data. Some of your processing is in the foreground and it’s quite loud. Some in the background, not so clearly heard but still whirring away.
Along your journey maybe you’ve downloaded “thinking viruses”. These get into your internal operating system and they work against you.
These viruses create uncertainty, confusion and doubt which can lead to fear, worry, frustration and maybe anxiety. This in turn shows up in your behaviour which impacts the world around you.
Have you tried to delete the virus causing your problems? How successful were you? My guess is that if you’ve tried you’ve found it won’t go away. It has its hooks in deep and won’t let go – it feels embedded.
My coaching faces into this kind of problem. What do you need to learn so that you can let go of the hooks and update the software in your system?
Tracy Parker, Director, Equinoxe
The team sessions with Alistair have been brilliant, we are now a much closer team since we have been working with him and we now work as ONE team rather than individuals.
Georgina Harrison, Development Programmes Manager, Leadership & Engagement Team, ASDA
Alistair is extremely knowledgeable, personable and has a great deal to offer any organisation. I would highly recommend him.
Neil Ashworth, CEO, Collect +
Alistair brought a series of tools and shape to our deliberations that shaped not only what we are as a team, but what we represent in the market, and where we will set the business apart. The work is challenging whilst being fun, structured whilst being flexible, we will be regular customers.
Neil Harvey, UK Employee Relations Manager, Tesco Distribution
The feedback we get from those that attend his sessions is truly fantastic and we have seen some remarkable changes in everyone that attends, which importantly not only benefits the individual but percolates through the business.
Jim Whitehead, General Manager, Tesco Distribution
Alistair has a rare skill and ability to entice the delegates to come up with the answer and teach themselves along the way. It was a fantastic two day session which everyone enjoyed and took a lot of new skills and ideas from to make them better leaders.
Ryan Jacobz, Tesco
Alistair has taken me through very simple to remember and simple to implement action plans and breathing exercises. He does away with the ‘mumbo jumbo’ and gets to the CAUSE of the matter. He then helped me to improve on my own behaviour / reactions.
If you want help to stay more focussed and less distracted by the viruses please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org