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The Silent Guides: The ‘Unconscious’ Mind 

Chimp Management Annual Conference

Conference Guide

An in-depth look at the event

Conference Guide

This page provides an in-depth look at the conference and the workshops taking place. 
 
For more general information and to book your ticket, please click here.
 
 
 

Schedule

Wednesday 8th May

08:15 – 09:15

Registration and coffee

09:30 – 11:00

Keynote from Professor Steve Peters

11:00 – 11:30

Coffee Break

11:30 – 12:45

Breakout Session One:

  • Finding and managing unconscious
    beliefs
  • The unconscious basis for a high
    performing team
  • The neuroscience of the developing
    mind

12:45 – 13:45

Lunch

13:45 – 15:00

Breakout Session Two:

  • The basis for developing constructive
    behaviours
  • Helping individuals to become resilient
    team players
  • Aiding the development of a child’s mind

15:00 – 15:30

Coffee Break

15:30 – 16:45

Breakout Session Three:

  • Success based on self-development
  • The CORE Principle applied to teams
  • Being in the best place to help a child

17:00 – 18:00

Networking

Thursday 9th May

08:15 – 09:15

Registration for day delegates only

09:30 – 10:45

Breakout Session One:

  • Finding and managing unconscious beliefs
  • The unconscious basis for a high performing team
  • The neuroscience of the developing mind

10:45 – 11:15

Coffee Break

11:15 – 12:30

Breakout Session Two:

  • The basis for developing constructive behaviours
  • Helping individuals to become resilient team players
  •  Aiding the development of a child’s mind 

12:30 – 13:30

Lunch

13:30 – 14:45

Breakout Session Three:

  • Success based on self-development
  • The CORE Principle applied to teams
  • Being in the best place to help a child

14:45 – 15:15

Coffee Break

15:15 – 16:15

Professor Steve Peters in conversation with Calum Best

 

Workshops

Each delegate will attend 6 workshops over the course of the 2 days.
To ensure that workshops are relevant to you, we offer a range of sessions.
 
We will ask you to pick 2 workshops from each of the groups below. This will make up the 6 sessions you will attend.

Group One

  • Finding and managing unconscious beliefs
  • The unconscious basis for a high performing team
  • The neuroscience of the developing mind

Group Two

  • The basis for developing constructive behaviours
  • Helping individuals to become resilient team players
  • Aiding the development of a child’s mind

Group Three

  • Success based on self-development
  • The CORE Principle applied to teams
  • Being in the best place to help a child

Finding and managing unconscious beliefs

This will be an interactive workshop to help delegates to understand that they have unconscious belief systems inside the mind that influence how both they and their chimp approach the world, themselves, and others. Delegates will understand the impact and importance of these beliefs. Sometimes these are helpful and sometimes they are not helpful. With an understanding of their existence and how they influence us, delegates will then be helped to identify these beliefs and will be given some strategies to start to manage these unconscious beliefs

The unconscious basis for a high performing team

Are you interested in what makes the best the best? What about what is holding people back?
This session will help you uncover what unconscious beliefs or behaviours can prevent us achieving our goals.
And most importantly, how to recognise and change these for the better…

The neuroscience of the developing mind

This workshop aims to provide insight into how the brain develops from birth to adulthood, the influencing factors of nature and nurture and what this means in terms of how we think, feel and behave through various stages of our lives. It will also examine the different ways in which the developing mind interprets and makes sense of experiences which is influential in how we regulate ourselves and function in later life. 

The basis for developing constructive behaviours

This interactive workshop will support delegates to explore destructive behaviours which they are currently following and consider more constructive alternatives. Differences between working with commitment and motivation will be highlighted, alongside the importance of having clear outcome objectives and identifying hurdles, barriers and pitfalls which may be encountered. 

Helping individuals to become resilient team players

Resilience is quality that many individuals and teams strive towards. In this workshop we will consider what it is that makes an individual or a team resilient. We will reflect on the impact of our own resilience and leadership and, working together in small groups, look at how to develop resilience within individuals and our team. 

Aiding the development of a child’s mind

This workshop will look at what parents and caregivers can do to assist in the development of the Child’s mind.  It will examine how caregivers can establish constructive behaviours and habits in children by helping the child to create beliefs, based on truths and facts.   It will demonstrate how caregivers can assist in development of interpersonal skills and awareness.  This workshop will also show how caregivers can play a key role in emotional regulation, which involves guiding the child with their emotional responses in different situations.

 

 

Success based on self-development

Would you build your house on sand? This interactive and engaging workshop will explore the starting point for success, growth and/or change. We will investigate the common pitfall that individuals, teams and organisations make when starting on such a journey and look at practical ways in which to lay the foundations for success.

 

 

The CORE Principle applied to teams

As a team leader or member, how can you contribute to increasing the performance of your team? We explore the concepts of the CORE principle: Commitment, Ownership, Responsibility and Excellence and how to apply them in a real-world team setting to increase the performance and success of your group overall.  

Being in the best place to help a child

Being in a good place yourself is the best foundation for helping a child. This workshop will help you to better understand how you can look after yourself more effectively, helping you to better support and guide the child with their emotional responses in different situations.

Register Now!

You can book your place at this conference online or by calling our office on 0114 248 0580