How to Achieve Your Potential Through Positive Intelligence [Webinar]By Nick Stein on May 31, 2012 in Thought Leadership
We all have proverbial skeletons in our closets — ghosts from our past that hold us back from achieving our true potential. In his new New York Times bestseller “Positive Intelligence,” Shirzad Chamine refers to these impediments as “saboteurs.” He explains that your Positive Intelligence (PQ) is a measure of the percentage of time your mind spends serving your best interests instead of becoming preoccupied with these saboteurs. In clear, actionable prose, Chamine lays out a strategy achieving our true potential.
In his work as Chairman of Chairman of CTI, the largest coach-training organization in the world, Chamine has coached hundreds of CEOs and their executive teams to train their minds to combat “saboteurs” and make lasting improvements in performance and personal fulfillment.
This week, Chamine joined us for a Rypple Leadership Series webinar to discuss how to:
- Identify and conquer your top mental Saboteurs
- Measure your Positive Intelligence (PQ)
- Develop new brain muscles to increase your PQ in 21 days
You can watch the recording and see the slides below.
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