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Are you losing talented people?
What if you could keep them without increasing pay?
It’s no longer enough to simply have the technical skills to cope with high demands.
At a deeper level, we all have the potential to acheive desired results whilst maintaining our wellbeing and inspiring others. You simply need to learn to unlock your brain potential and utilise it.
Benefits of Brain Potential Leadership Training Program
The costs of poor leadership can often be overlooked or explained away with other excuses.
When your leadership team completes a Brain Potential Leadership Training Program, you will notice the difference with these benefits:
Increased Staff Retention
Improved Workplace Culture
Less Workplace Stress
Better Decision Making Skills
Increased Achievement of Long Term Goals
Less HR Complaints
Increased Flexibility of Behaviour
“Jan’s ability to help others comes from her innate understanding of how to help us identify and remove blocks, both emotional and intellectual, to clear thinking, giving us the momentum to move forward, toward our goals.“
– Jack Fraenkel – Chief Motivational Officer – Motivatories
About Brain Potential
Leadership Training powered by neuroscience
With more than 30 years of experience in leadership training around the world, you are in safe hands with Jan Sky and the team at Brain Potential.
Our commitment is to help you create lasting change using methods backed by neuroscience that will not only allow you to unlock your leadership potential but thrive in all areas of your life!
The Brain Potential Framework Model has been tried and tested with leaders from a large range of industries producing unprecedented results.
Who have we worked with?
We’ve worked with leaders from all sorts of businesses and organisations. Here are a few that you may be familiar with.
“Jan uses ESI process with in-mates in prison with outstanding results. The in-mates feel empowered by their realisation that there are more parts to their personalities than their criminal parts. They appear to grasp this concept and appear to use this in addressing their offending behaviour.”
“made even harder choices much easier”
“Jan took me on a journey into ‘myself’ and showed me how I make decisions. Since returning from that journey my understanding of myself has made even harder choices much easier.”
“many tools to use in practical useful ways”
“The Brain Potential course has given me many tools to use in practical useful ways. It has helped me to understand how I can make best use of my brain and body, informed, and guided by modern neuroscience and empirical medical knowledge, to create a solid foundation to base my creative work as an artist on.”
“Better than Dr Phil”
“Jan is better than Dr Phil.
She is a great listener. Her calm, friendly and supportive manner mean that participants can engage in open and frank discussion. Jan makes you feel comfortable talking about uncomfortable things. She has a rare gift. ”
Making lasting change and creating positive ripple effects is what keeps Brain Potential going. We are proud to be able to do this on another level through our partnership with Beauty for Ashes Refuges.
Beauty for Ashes Refuges provides a safe space for migrant women and children fleeing domestic abuse. The incredible team offers a safe place to go, help with immigration and access to funding as well as tailored support to empower and encourage survivors to move forward with their lives.
Having worked for many years in the domestic violence field herself, this charity is one close to Jan’s heart. If you’d like to make a donation to Beauty for Ashes Refuges, click here to find out how.
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