Recognize the value of your giftedness and gain the confidence to enrich and build on your gifts in pursuit of your goals, even when external forces may push you to disown these gifts and dreams!
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Me - You - Us - The World
While high EI skills may seem to come more easily to some, anyone can develop them. We know how to leverage your gifts and expand your skill set.
Assess and improve your self-awareness, social awareness and environmental awareness for deeper insight into individuals, relationships, organizations and the world.
Become skilled at interpretation and adaptation of emotions, thought patterns, behavior and interaction by learning collaboration, contribution and flexibility.
Be a master and influencer of emotions, thought patterns, behavior and interaction beyond your current circle by becoming a change agent with a lasting legacy.
Connecting everyone's unique strengths
"This gave me some incredible insight as to how to move forward with a new project at work (developing our 2021 plan for Learning & Development after COVID-19) and a new personal project"
"As the author of the tree type personality model, my passion is helping people discover and live their purpose."
"There is nothing more rewarding than helping people gain insight into themselves and others. "We are our own best assets." - Tim Modise
"I encourage professionals from all walks of life, to help them find their YES and to help build a solid foundation on which leaders can influence positively and make a lasting difference both in business and life."
“My passion is to live a meaningful life by learning, helping and teaching people to discover, embrace and optimise their potential, strengths and relationships. To ignite flourishing factors and thereby “planting sunflower fields” in this world; to focus on what is strong and not on what is wrong.”