Have you ever considered what busy means and how it’s impacting the ability of your people to thrive? Busy has become a default position in the business world, and it presents a huge barrier to possibility.
With the level of anxiety in the professional world at epidemic proportions, and the pace of change becoming faster and even more disorientating it’s time to bring intentional FOCUS back into the everyday. We have a responsibility to skill the future workforce in reducing the white noise of busy, and creating the space for more of what matters.
We won’t tell you what to do. We will provide you with the tools, insight, the frameworks, the support and the space to intentionally decide and act for yourself.
Through IAQ® we seek to create self sufficient perpetual learners. Our focus is on cultivating the human skills to thrive in an exponential era. We do this through experiential learning that focuses on amplifying skill in …
STEP 1: IAQ®Assessment
STEP 2: Attend Workshop
STEP 3: Experimentation + Daily & Weekly Accountability
STEP 4: Showcase Workshop and IAQ® Re-Assessment
STEP 5: Reinforcement
STEP 6: Post Implementation Review with Decision Makers
Penny was passionate, articulate, dynamic and added a lot of value to our panel discussion at the Salesforce World Tour Sydney. She was also a delight to deal with and we would love to work with her again – and suspect we will!
I had the honor and the pleasure to host Penny as a Keynote speaker at our Booking.com annual meeting in Amsterdam. She delivered a great experience and an extremely inspirational speech in front of a couple of thousand people.The content of the Fear Is Your Future talk and the way it was delivered caused a great impact and her interaction was awesome.
We were looking to drive some “outside the box” conversations this International Women’s Day- and Penny certainly delivered! Her Fear is your Future keynote was both inspiring and informative. It helped to move the conversation beyond the traditional conversations about gender, and into the realms of creating a future one success (and mistake) at a time. Our employees left feeling motivated and asking themselves the question “What can I do to prepare myself for the future, today?