People who wish to perform at their best in an Executive capacity need to be clear about their goals, clear about their passion, and clear about the outcomes they want to achieve.
Mick Lavin can help you clarify these objectives by enabling you to discover what drives you and how you can best direct your energies to produce the best results.
Using the tools of Cognitive Behavioural Coaching, Self-Awareness through Emotional Intelligence, and Mindful Leadership practice, Mick can help you better understand your own motivations, bring productivity improvements, and improve work relationship dynamics.
Understanding your emotional state and how this affects your behaviour along with the emotional states of those around you, can help you develop and become an effective leader, team member, and serve yourself better in many personal and professional situations.
The problem is that many of us don't understand or recognise our own emotional states. We understand happiness, sadness, joy, and anger but do you know that 70,000 thoughts will enter and leave your mind today and each will affect you to some degree emotionally? These fleeting thoughts cause emotional, physiological, and behavioural changes without us consciously recognising it. When this happens we become primed to respond to stimuli in a way that may not serve us or be within character for us.
Learning to recognise these Primers and Emotional States can help us become better Leaders, better Team Players, and better Decision Makers.
Mick is an Executive Coach with a background in International Business. He started out in the hi-tech industry in the late 1980's and has worked both locally and internationally over the past three decades. Mick has worked at various organisational levels, in multiple industries, and across three continents.
More recently, he undertook an MBA and followed this with a Professional Diploma in Coaching. He is a member of the MBA Association of Ireland and the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC).
Mick is convinced that coaching can help people become more self-aware and lead them to fulfilling their goals in professional and personal development. He helps clients develop their Emotional Intelligence and works with them to show how thoughts can affect performance.
Mick is an avid learner and always tries to stay current with the latest advances in his fields of interest. These include Coaching, Leadership & Management, Emotional Intelligence, Cognitive Performance, and the hi-tech industry.
Contact Mick: email@example.com
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Contact Mick: firstname.lastname@example.org