Positive Works

Bite-sized training interventions ranging from stress and resilience training, right through to communication and influence and even techniques like speed reading and memory.

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The Positive Works series of courses originated in our purchase of the highly respected company of the same name in 2015.  In fact, if you searched for www.positiveworks.com, that’s why you have arrived at this page!  Building on the success of the Positive Works brand, in 2016 we launched a series of bite-sized training interventions ranging from stress and resilience training, right through to communication and influence and even techniques like speed reading and memory.  

These courses are really flexible and can run in as little as two hours or as much as a couple of days.

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Helping you with the COVID-19 challenge

By admingr on 23rd March, 2020 in Positive Works, Sane Works

Help is but a click away … Our TREES model represents the essential architecture of resilience.  How can we use this to protect ourselves during this unprecedented time? Thinking.  Worry seems to make us more susceptible to infection.  There’s a huge amount of evidence that stress dampens our immunity.  Now is the...

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Getting off autopilot (3 of 4) – Cut yourself some slack

By admingr on 11th March, 2020 in Positive Works, Psychotherapy & Counselling

High standards are usually appreciated in work.  Having the reputation of being a person who does a good job, who knows their stuff and who delivers – well, that’s rarely a bad thing! But, like all strengths, you can overdo diligence.

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Getting off autopilot (2 of 4) – Please yourself

By admingr on 25th February, 2020 in Positive Works, Psychotherapy & Counselling

We all want a bit of positive feedback; to know that we are pleasing other people.  Relationships thrive when we feel validated and appreciated, and recognition and reward at work are generally linked to evidence of a job well done.

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Getting off autopilot (1 of 4) – Slowing Down

By admingr on 13th February, 2020 in Positive Works, Psychotherapy & Counselling

Modern life encourages speed.  We are encouraged to think that fast means good.  We order goods on-line and want them today or, at worst, tomorrow.  Waiting any longer feels unreasonable. Fast food remains appealing, despite what we know about its impact on our health.  We get impatient when faced with...

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23-03-2020

Helping you with the COVID-19 challenge

Help is but a click away … Our TREES model represents the essential architecture of resilience.  How can we use this to...

Read More

11-03-2020

Getting off autopilot (3 of 4) – Cut yourself some slack

High standards are usually appreciated in work.  Having the reputation of being a person who does a good job, who...

Read More

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