Specialised Services

Macro Structural Patterning

Have you ever gone for something and not achieved it?

 

Perhaps you’ve tried to lose weight and while you started off with all good intentions and started seeing some results…after a few weeks found yourself back in the old habits and the weight piling back on again…perhaps even more than before?

 

Maybe you’ve gone for a new job, feeling fired up and excited on applying, are successul in getting through to the interview stages, only to find yourself doubting whether you’re good enough for the role or questioning whether you actually even want it, then when you find you’ve not secured the job you feel deflated, disappointed and kicking yourself for not trying harder?

 

Are you struggling to find Mr or Miss Right?  Going on endless dates but never quite finding ‘the one’?  Or you’ve had a number of ‘failed’ relationships that never quite go as you’d hoped in the heady, romantic early days?

 

What would you say if I told you that the reasons could be closer to home than you think?  That you may be subconsciously sabotaging yourself, stopping yourself from really achieving what you truly want, in exactly the same way every single time?

 

Sound crazy?  Well, yes it probably does!  But your subconscious is programmed to behave in certain ways that it has identified through experiences you’ve had in childhood, to help you feel more safe, loved and secure.  Which is great in theory, however a child’s perspective on how this should work and an adult’s can be very different and until we bring these behaviours into our conscious awareness, they can continue sabotaging every one of our attempts to strive for more.

 

Your Macro Structural Pattern is a series of action steps that you take every single time you go for something and don’t get it, and when you have the key to identifying and understanding your own unique Pattern, you’ll have the power to change your pattern, in effect to re-write it and finally start living the life you’ve dreamed of!

 

If you’d like to know more about this extremely powerful, life-changing programme, get in touch now for a FREE phone consultation.

Personality and Behaviour Profiling

DISC Profiling assesses your personality and behaviours within particular environments and identifies your dominant and less dominant traits according to 4 main personality types:

D – Drive 

I – Influence 

S – Steadiness 

C – Compliance 

We have each of these styles in our personality to varying degrees and we look at the combinations of the styles and the levels of each involved to determine your overall style.  A high level of dominance predicts our behaviour in the same way a low level of dominance does, so intensity does matter.  When analysing a person’s personality style, we look at which combinations are highest; also taking into account how high or low each style is on the graphs.

Including online assessment and comprehensive report

Learn more about DiSC

A DISC profile is an excellent adjunct to your coaching programme or workshop, as it helps identify how people will act, react, communicate, handle conflict, and even organise a project or work in a given environment or situation.

Styles commonly are different in the home environment, in a social environment, and in a work environment. This information can be very powerful when used in hiring the right person for a position, improving communication between teams and individuals, understanding clients and customers’ needs and training managers and leaders.  It is also useful for understanding areas of stress for an individual and so can be used to base appropriate solutions on.  By understanding one’s needs, fears, and tendencies in communication and behaviour, you can proactively adapt or approach them in a way in which they will react positively. People are all different, but people are predictably different.

Behind DiSC

The DISC Theory was created by Dr. William Moulton Marston  at Harvard University in the 1920’s, while doing research for his book The Emotions of Normal People.  He was looking to identify predictable traits and behaviours of people in different environments. DISC styles are a combination of four behavioural personality types.