Helping People to Get the Best out of Themselves and Others
During these unprecedented times, it is normal to feel a degree of worry or anxiety. Our mentors are working hard to help offer support and guidance to those who are dealing with the new changes brought about by the current circumstances.
As a company, we have implemented changes to the way we work to enable us to continue to offer our services to those in need. We will be offering a range of services that are available online using video conferencing. Please click on the buttons below to find out more or contact us on the form below.
Evidence shows that people perform better at work when they are in a good place. We offer a range of business services, including executive coaching and workshops, tailored to your organisation.
The Troop is an online platform for you to develop and learn new skills and learn more about who you are.
We are currently offering free membership to The Troop until the 31st December 2020.
Skills for Life
Our Skills for Life mind-management programme has been developed to help people gain an in-depth insight into their mind using The Chimp Model.
We deliver this 8-workshop programme to a range of organisations, from small companies to large scale organisations, including NHS staff and school teachers.
We are currently working in collaboration with Rotherham Doncaster & South Humber NHS Foundation Trust (RDaSH) on a first of its kind research study which focuses on staff well-being through the lens of The Chimp Model.
Education & Schools
We optimise whole school performance by working with school leaders, leadership teams, staff, children and young people. By working with you to establish your clear outcome objectives, we will tailor a programme to suit your needs. Our approach is unique in helping you develop practical and emotional skills.
Talk on a one-to-one basis with one of our trained mentors. We offer consultations via Skype or Zoom, consultations typically last for 60 minutes.
News & Updates
Our team will be posting regular updates with tips and ideas to help you in dealing with the changes in day-to-day life.
8th – 9th September 2021
A 2-day event helping you to get the best out of yourself and other people – with a focus on self-development, teams, neuroscience and the developing mind.
What is The Chimp Model?
What We Do
Webinars are a chance to take part in a group led discussion, facilitated by one of our trained mentors. During the 60-minute session, you will exchange experiences and ideas with other like-minded people with one of our team on hand to offer guidance and insight. Our webinars can be tailored to suit your business or organisations objectives, contact us to find out more.
- Does uncertainty cause you to experience stress and anxiety?
- Would it be beneficial to have skills to understand the mind and manage your stress and anxiety during these times?
This webinar will explore the choice you have in how you respond as opposed to react during uncertainty; a key part of this includes gaining insight and understanding of stress and anxiety and how we can better manage it.
We are currently experiencing extraordinary times and dealing with uncertainty every day. How can you know the best course of action when trying to make decisions in the midst of all of this?
You might be finding yourself trying to make decisions, both large and small, with very little information to help you to make a logical, rational decision. Do you experience the “But what if…..?” playing round and round in your head?
This webinar will explore what happens in our minds during times of uncertainty and how feeling out of control can cause changes in your behaviour. It will help you to understand the impact stress can have on your clarity of thinking and use the Chimp Model to offer practical skills and techniques to help manage this.
Why is it that when times are tough, we often stray away from doing the things that we know work, to help us to be our best? What can you do to help manage this?
This webinar will help you to explore, using the Chimp Model, ways to enable you to be the person you want to be, even across challenging and uncertain times.
Given everything that is going on in the world around us right now, lots of us are finding ourselves trying to prepare to have difficult conversations both in our personal and professional lives.
Most of us know all the key elements involved in handling a difficult conversation, however despite knowing this, in reality, it is often really difficult to put this into practice. Why is this?
This webinar will use the neuroscience of how our mind works to look at what happens in our minds when we prepare for and engage in difficult conversations.
Working from home can sound like an appealing situation, but faced with the reality are you struggling to engage and get work done?
Time away from difficult work colleagues might be a benefit, but what are the emotional impacts of being isolated from your team?
Sometimes working from home can stop your home from actually feeling like home.
During this webinar, you will explore how understanding the neuroscience of the mind can help you to plan and manage your way through these fast-changing times, and help you to get the best out of yourself when working from home.
People come to us when they feel they are stuck and need help understanding what is going on in their head. For example, you might be finding it hard to make decisions, and this is causing you stress. You might want to improve your performance in a certain area of your life but don’t know-how.
We work with you individually to help you understand what is going on in your mind using the Chimp Model. Once you have this insight we help you to develop an action plan to help you move forwards. We know everyone is different so we take the time to really understand you and your situation.
We offer 1:1 consultations via Skype or Zoom with a fully trained and supervised Chimp Management mentor, consultations typically last for 60 minutes. Please contact us for more details.
News & Updates
Our team will be posting regular updates with tips and ideas to help you in dealing with the changes in day-to-day life. You can view our most recent news below, or you can visit our news and updates page to follow all our updates.
26th April 2021
“I wish that I had let myself be happier”
This quote is one of the top five regrets of the dying, as recorded by Australian nurse Bronnie Ware in 2012. Ware spent several years working in palliative care, caring for patients in the last 12 weeks of life and put her observations into a book called The Top Five Regrets of the Dying.
If today were to be your last day of life, what would your biggest regret be?
Professor Peters Develops Programme to Improve Wellbeing and Reduce Burnout
25th March 2021
Chimp Management has developed an eight-workshop psychoeducational programme to help people understand the workings of their mind and how they can improve their mind management skills. The Mind Management: Skills for Life programme is designed to help organisations and individuals reduce stress, anxiety and self-doubt whilst improving confidence, communication, relationships and overall happiness.
200 Teachers Volunteer for Mental Well-Being Research Project
25th March 2021
Chimp Management has enlisted the support of 200 teachers to take part in the company’s first-ever feasibility study to assess the implementation of their new psychoeducational programme. The Mind Management: Skills for Life programme is designed to help organisations and individuals reduce stress, anxiety and self-doubt whilst improving confidence, communication, relationships and overall happiness.
Kim Blakey: My Hidden Chimp Habit 10 – ‘Doing What You Have To Do’
28th May 2020
Kim introduces the tenth ‘helpful habit’ from Professor Steve Peters’ book My Hidden Chimp… doing what you have to do!
Professor Steve Peters uses his Chimp Mind Management Model to help parents, teachers and carers understand the neuroscience behind unconscious beliefs and habits that may be silently guiding children’s emotions, thinking and behaviours.
The Silent Guides explores ten positive habits and many related themes taken from the children’s educational book My Hidden Chimp. Professor Steve Peters helps challenge unhelpful behaviours such as:
- being overly self-critical
- fear of failure
- low self-esteem
My Hidden Chimp is an educational book for children to work through with an adult or by themselves. The book offers parents, teachers and carers some ideas and thoughts on how to help children to develop healthy habits for life.
The science behind the habits is discussed in a practical way with exercises and activities. The neuroscience of the mind is simplified for the children to understand and then use to their advantage.
Professor Steve Peters explains the struggle that takes place within your mind and then shows how to apply this understanding to every area of your life so you can:
- Recognise how your mind is working
- Understand and manage your emotions and thoughts
- Manage yourself and become the person you would like to be