“How to leverage anxiety & psychological distress to create a new and empowered you.”
When circumstances are mentally challenging,
people often experience burnout and feel like
they’re falling apart. Mental health starts to decline.
Symptoms like depression and anxiety can set in.
They challenge resilience and the agile skills
necessary for strategic speed within an organization.
What if “falling apart” is really an opportunity to come
back together from an evolved consciousness and to
operate at a higher order? And what if brain science
could shed a light on this?
Traditional approaches to building resilience
involve preventing mental disintegration, and
attaching a negative association to falling apart.
That’s the old paradigm.
There is a well-established way in which the
disruption and perception of “falling apart” can be
leveraged to boost resilience and tangibly help people “recalibrate” to approach their work and life
in productive ways.
Positive disintegration is a practice that
transforms disruption to help one successfully
navigate difficult inner states in order to grow and
become the best version of one’s self.
To master the mindset, and integrate this way of
being, certain psychological conditions first need
to be understood. Then, they need to be
cultivated and met.
When specific questions are probed and
transformed, people are better able to put
themselves together from a place of power and to
thrive despite adversity.
This experiential program explains the
psychological and brain-based principles that
equip leaders and teams to master the skillset
necessary to leverage positive disintegration.
Positive disintegration is a personality theory and framework that helps people utilize their anxiety and tension for growth, resilience, productivity, and creativity so that their leadership skills are enhanced. Rather than pathologizing psychological challenges, this approach makes the best of being human.
Rather than focusing on “keeping it together” when uncertainty is rife, engagement is low, and it feels like things are falling apart, PD assumes that “keeping it together” is not the solution, especially when change is imminent and flexibility is required.
Yes, the skills can be learned and practiced in breakouts, and this can be followed up by team leaders to ensure that the learning is being applied.
No, there is no similar skill that can be adopted automatically. Practice will optimize this learning.
No, the concepts are simple enough for any employee or team member to apply. For leaders, the context and application will be different.
An ample amount of time to dedicate to the content and breakout sessions is 90-minutes. For a deeper dive add “The Science of Possibility©” a companion program for a 3-6-hour session.
The approach is relatively less known, so it is refreshing. The actual session includes content, polls, videos, and breakouts, so, if need be, it can be highly interactive.
Dr. Srini Pillay, CEO: NeuroBusiness Group, One Mifflin Place, Suite 400, Cambridge, MA 02138 firstname.lastname@example.org Former Assistant Professor of Psychiatry (Part Time): Harvard Medical School; Award-winning author of “Life Unlocked: 7 Revolutionary Lessons to Overcome Fear”, “Your Brain and Business: The Neuroscience of Great Leaders”, “The Science Behind The Law of Attraction” and the newest release “Tinker. Dabble. Doodle Try: Unlock the Power of the Unfocused Mind.”