Date(s) - 02/05/2019 & 02/06/2019
8:30 am - 5:30 pm
Station Creek Golf Club
About Thought Patterns for High Performance®
Getting to the root cause issues that result in individual and organizational under-functioning is the prime focus of Thought Patterns for High Performance®. Since 1971, The Pacific Institute® have been employing the concepts and tools reflected in this program with organizations in which excellence is the goal – from Top 50 Best Managed companies to small business, educators, entrepreneurs, as well as Olympic and professional athletes.
Imagine Your Results
- Enthusiastic employees able to recognize opportunities they were unable to see in the past, and eager to try new approaches.
- People who understand that they are limited not by their potential, but by their ability to use their potential.
- High levels of confidence, and low levels of anxiety and stress.
- A new standard of leadership combined with a new standard of personal, professional and organizational accountability.
- People performing at levels that exceed both internal and external customer expectations.
After just two days, this live-facilitated video curriculum will give your staff members the most powerful tools they will ever need: the ability to change the way they think, the ability to eliminate the stress of change and the ability to self-regulate at ever higher levels of excellence.
How is the program delivered?
Fifteen eight- to ten-minute video segments, presented by internationally respected educator and author Lou Tice, focus on the power of self-efficacy – the ability to create and sustain internal success. Each participant is given a Participant Manual that is used to help reinforce and personalize each segment. Facilitated discussions target organizational issues and guide participants to apply concepts that address personal and organizational challenges.
In addition, each participant receives an independent study program included in the Participant Manual with audio CDs. This follow-through program provides an additional four weeks of continuous education, allowing for full assimilation of the concepts. These learning bursts not only ensure a deeper understanding, but boost the level of results. And, they can be revisited time and time again as a “renewable” resource.
How will you know changes will last?
Lasting change starts on the inside and then moves to the outside. If you want lasting change, you don’t manipulate the environment. Instead, you modify the foundation of beliefs, habits and expectations. This results in changes that not only last, but that spill over into every aspect of life, both professional and personal. What is more, these are changes that people embrace instead of resist.