Why Attend

Positive attitude is infectious and leads to a ‘can do’ approach in individuals, teams and organizations. This course develops skills necessary for individuals to change their outlook on life and build their inner confidence at the flick of a mental switch.

Course Methodology

The course relies on the use of several self-evaluation exercises aimed at helping participants learn their preferred behavioral and communication styles. The course also features the use of a number of case studies, practical exercises and presentations by participants followed by group discussions.

Course Objectives

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Examine the impact of positive attitude on personal and professional environments
  • List the steps needed for improving attitude and behavior
  • Apply positive psychology techniques to improve effectiveness on the job
  • Identify preferred thinking patterns and filters
  • Use modeling techniques to improve relationships with others

Target Audience

Individuals who need to improve their positive outlook on life and enhance their relationships at both the personal and professional levels.

Target Competencies

  • Personal commitment
  • Practical thinking
  • Self confidence
  • Self esteem
  • Examining attitude
  • Building relationships


2 Days

Course Outline

o Attitude is everything
o The origins of attitudes
o The formation of attitudes
o Adding value to your organization
o The relationship between attitude and creativity
o Intelligence versus creativity
o Typical human reactions
o The science of how we react
o The 7 steps approach to changing attitudes
 Deciding to change today
 Shifting your focus
 Being curious
 Developing an attitude of gratitude
 Deciding not to be perfect
 Believing in yourself
 Taking action
o The environment we live in
o Changing your thinking
o Characteristics of negative thinking
o Sources of positive energy
o Finding the right balance
o Positive psychology
o Escaping the average
o Predicting job success
o Productivity increases with happiness
o Small changes ripple outwards