Posts Tagged ‘potential’


Human Captial Management

For those of you who know what we at Beyond IQ do, you know that we do extraordinary workshops around behavioural change.

How do we do this?

We have a way of getting people to look at themselves like never before. Our aim always is to empower our participants to realise their full potential. To let go of their previously held beliefs about who they are and what they are capable of. We are essentially interested in getting participants to realise their greatness.

Why would we be interested in this as our aim from every workshop?

Because, we believe that when people realise their greatness (their full potential), they let go of petty squabbles, negative opinions they hold of others, and habits that don’t serve them and they begin to replace those old habits with new ones that improve the outcomes from their actions.

As we change the way we behave towards others, they change the way they behave towards us. First though, we need to change the way we behave towards ourselves. That process starts in our thoughts and culminates in our actions. As all behaviour does. It’s not rocket science, but there is a science to it.

The next time you see people in your workplace behaving badly towards each other, remember Beyond IQ and call us or email us, hell just email us now because prevention is better and cheaper than cure! Human capital management is what we do best.


Being miserable at work

I read a quote by Carlos Castaneda the other day while in Planet Books and it struck me like a sledge-hammer. “We either make ourselves miserable or we make ourselves strong. The amount of work is the same.” I have known what seems to have been so many miserable people it really isn’t funny. I used to think that I could help them to be happy. All I got was exhausted and they just wanted more of me and my energy. I judged them harshly and eventually avoided them believing they were nothing but a drain. Then I realised I was ignorant.