Mental Toughness – MTQPlus Licensed User Workshop
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Mental Toughness is a personality trait which is a breakthrough development in understanding how people and organisations respond to pressure, opportunity and challenge. It describes why we behave the way we do. It can account for up to 25% of the variation in an individual’s performance.
The MTQPlus is the advanced form of the world’s first valid and reliable psychometric questionnaire – the MTQ48 – measuring Mental Toughness. Both are designed to be extremely accessible to users of all types. The program covers both formats.
Introduction to Mental Toughness
Understanding the concept, Mental Sensitivity and not Mental Weakness
Its important … for Performance, wellbeing, positive behaviour and aspirations.
The Mental Toughness concept – the 4 Cs and the 8 Factors
The evidence, academic and practical and relationship with other concepts
Independent evidence for the Mental Toughness model
Current Thinking – Relationship with other Concepts – Mindset, Positive Psychology,
Psychometric Measures and how to use them properly
Feedback, Applications and Development
Understanding the scales and reports and handling feedback
Individual Development through Training and/or Coaching
Developing Performance and Aspirations
Stress Management – dealing with anxiety and pressure
Talent Management, Development Centres, Coaching, Soft Skills Programs
Using the MTQ measures (supported by an online training program)
Developing Mental Toughness
The 6 core approaches
✓ The role of experiential learning
✓ The fundamental need for self-awareness and reflection
✓ Self-awareness for coaches, trainers and managers and their impact on others.
✓ A toolkit of exercises
✓ Assessing and Evaluating the impact of development.
✓ Mental Toughness – Case Studies and Research
Problem Solving and Decision Making
Emotional Intelligence and Intelligent Emotions
Leadership Style and Behaviour (including the Dark Triad)
The relationship with the Big 5 Personality framework
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