Eagle Training discusses the importance of being careful about the questions we ask ourselves and how COVID-19 is an opportunity for self-reflection.
Being congruent means to be true to yourself. It means understanding who you are and what’s important to you. Being congruent allows you to be in rapport with yourself. As NLP trainer and coach Ian McDermott says, it’s ‘being all of a piece’.
If you have been a DO-BE-HAVE or a HAVE-DO-BE person up to now, why not try upgrading your mindset? Eagle Training discusses the Be-Do-Have model to become successful.
Presentation skills trainers at Eagle Training give tips to create engaging presentations using storytelling and how to structure presentations like a story.
Eagle Training discuss Gavin Ingham’s ‘Being a 10’ principle and becoming the best version of yourself with the 3 C’s; Conviction, Clarity & Consistency.
In this article, Eagle Training discusses the impact of misunderstandings and miscommunications, how to avoid communication breakdowns and taking responsibility for our communication.
In this blog, we discuss behavioural patterns of positive thinkers, positive thinking in negative circumstances and the power of positive leadership.
In this blog post, the corporate trainers at Eagle Training discuss characteristics of an open-minded leader, the importance of open-mindedness and what prevents open-minded thinking.
The corporate trainers at Eagle Training discuss systems thinking and the cause and effect theory to explain why a solution to a problem sometimes leads to a new problem.
The corporate trainers at Eagle Training discuss how identity can have a powerful influence on your life and can have a huge impact on your behaviours, values and beliefs.