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Open your mind to a Player attitude


Our upbringing and our experiences shape who we are. Depending on this conditioning we may have developed a tendency to blame others or outside circumstances when things go wrong, or we despair when we feel out of control.
Alternatively, we all have come across people who show up with such an attitude: whenever something doesn’t go according to plan they  blame others and are not willing to take responsibility. Not even if it was their own doing that led to the situation in the first place.
This attitude is called Victimhood. It makes us feel powerless and, more often than not, frustrates us. And it is even more frustrating when we see it in people we work with.

In this free module we offer a structure for conversations which can enable you to help others to resume responsibility and reactivate their ability to act: to take on a Player Attitude.
It also includes a reflective exercise for yourself to strengthen the Player attitude in your own mind. The stronger this Player becomes the more powerful we feel. And in our own experience, the more content we are with our life.

Try it out and expierience the difference.

Instructor

I have more than 16 years of professional experience in FMCG internationally. In this period I worked in different European countries and in various functions, i.e. Supply Chain, Research & Development and Technical Marketing interfaces, with more than 14 years of experience as line manager in assignments spanning from factory management to programme management in corporate research.
In early 2005 I decided to become an independent coach working across Europe.

Free