Mindset + Resilience Training for Peak Performance

Greater success doesn’t come from working harder or smarter. Strengthening your mindset and resilience is the key.

In just 10 weeks, you and your team will learn how to apply the hidden game of sustainable peak performance — with less stress, greater motivation, and better relationships.

This has been the most impactful training I’ve ever experienced. You develop powerful mental muscles to deal with challenges with much less stress and greater clarity, creativity, and resilience.

Adam Mcgraw

VP/GM, American Express

Introducing Positive Intelligence

Positive Intelligence® is a program that helps you develop greater awareness of what’s going on in your mind, and gives you tools to shift your focus from negative, self-defeating thoughts to positive perspectives and clear-headed action. Supported by an app and short, daily exercises, most people start experiencing powerful changes in just the first few weeks. 

You’ll learn how to:

  1. 1
    See your blindspots and patterns of self-sabotage. Research has identified 10 patterns of self-sabotage. You’ll discover which ones are holding you back and the impact they have on you and others.
  2. 2
    Build resilience and agility. You’ll learn how to intercept negative thoughts and shift into more productive states. You’ll experience greater clarity, creativity, curiosity, and calm in your work and your life.
  3. 3
    Take laser-focused action. When you can see yourself, others, and situations as they clearly are, it becomes easier to choose the most effective path and then take laser-focused action.

The Power of a Positive Mindset

Training in Positive Intelligence and, more broadly, in maintaining a positive mindset has led to some spectacular results.

37%

At MetLife, trained salespeople outsold the control group by 37%.

71%

At CIBC, strength in these competencies account for 71% of pipeline sales.

93%

Motorola recorded improved productivity in 93% of trained employees.

Positive Intelligence has boosted mental fitness and generated spectacular results for employees of hundreds of organizations, including . . .

Key Benefits

Less Stress

  • Sustain high productivity without burnout.
  • Stay positive and confident with a winner’s mindset.
  • Recover faster from setbacks.

Greater Motivation

  • Optimize your mental and emotional energy.
  • Act with more clarity and focus.
  • See new possibilities and be more creative.

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Better Relationships

  • Strengthen your ability to persuade and influence.
  • Increase connection and trust.
  • Easily defuse tense interactions and conflict.

But what if you’re busy?

You know that a positive mindset and resilience are critical to the success of anything that requires focus, clarity, creativity, perseverance, recovering from setbacks — and involves people and relationships. 

But how do you learn it? Especially when you have a full schedule and are in the trenches of your busy life? 

And how will you know that it works? How will you notice a tangible impact where you say “Oh, yes, I AM noticing a difference!”?

Noticing it will come easy — you’ll see it in how you approach new opportunities, or react to difficult situations, or in how you interact with others. And people close to you will notice the changes, as well.

As for fitting it into your schedule, most of the program is presented in 2-minute bits of micro-learning, several times a day. So it’s actually easy to fit it in, and the lessons keep building because you’re applying these insights right away.

That’s the genius of this program. As proof, over 500,000 people worldwide have taken Positive Intelligence, including thousands of executives and their teams, and the results they’ve reported have been significant. 

There *is* work to be done, but you’ll be surprised how easy it is to fit such substantial learning and growth into even the busiest of lives.

About Katrin (Kat) Windsor

  • Peak performance coach for leaders and teams.
  • Faculty with the world’s leading coaching training institute.
  • VP, Sales in Silicon Valley; Managing Director, North America, based in NYC; GM, EMEA in London and Paris. (fintech & edtech)
  • Trained & coached teams in 40+ countries, fluent in 5 languages

I know the pressures of changing market conditions, M&A’s, leading teams across time-zones and cultures, being chronically jet-lagged, all while dealing with internal politics and carrying P&L responsibility with big goals and trying to be a good spouse and mom and staying fit. Now, as a long-time executive coach, I also know how to help people change in profound ways.

Katrin was a wonderful facilitator in taking our through team through the Positive Intelligence program. It gave all of us some great shared language for talking about how we show up with each other, and has made a real difference in how connected we all are. This is especially important since we are no longer in shared office space — doing the work together virtually helped us to get to know each other better and in different ways.

Julie Williamson, PhD

Chief Growth Enabler / Partner

Karrikins Group

Kat was a wonderful group leader. Her positivity radiates, which puts the rest of the group in a more receptive state. Sharing her own personal stories also creates a connection with the group. She creates unity among all of us.

CORY R.

VP, Property Development

PROGRAM DETAILS

The Positive Intelligence program lasts 10 weeks, with a variety of activities designed to expand your awareness and establish powerful new habits. It is said that learning anything new is 20% insight and 80% practice. The Positive Intelligence program not only leads you to deep insights about yourself, but also provides extensive practice so that the lessons you learn create new neural pathways in your brain.

Here are the components of the program:

  • A Saboteur Assessment to identify your unique collection of limiting behaviors.
  • Seven one-hour videos on key topics, ranging from self-command to saboteurs to sage powers and more.  
  • Two individual coaching sessions to help you better understand your unique profile and how to integrate these new insights into your life.
  • Weekly group meetings to debrief the latest lessons, share experiences, and create mutual accountability.
  • Daily practice in the companion app, to help what you're learning become a habit and be more readily accessible to you.
  • Two additional group coaching sessions to help you keep the momentum going.
  •  Bonus #1: a copy of the NYT bestselling book Positive Intelligence by Shirzad Chamine.
  •  Bonus #2: access to the Positive Intelligence app for one year.

Here’s Why This is Different

It’s not one-and-done training.

This isn’t a program where you sit in class for a few days — and hope you have a couple new ideas to use you when you’re done. Instead, it’s an immersive program that uses micro-learning over ten weeks to help the insights and tools become a solid part of how you show up in your business and your life.

It focuses heavily on habit formation.

Insight alone contributes only 20% to behavior change. The other 80% comes from disciplined practice, so that the new discoveries become an automatic part of your thoughts, perspectives, and actions. This program, supported by an app, gives you the tools to not only practice, but master these insights.

It’s more effective than reading a book.

There are some excellent books on how to master your mindset, including the book that launched this program. But to try to affect real, sustainable change on your own, unsupported and with no accountability, is too hard for most people. This program, with its daily doses of micro-learning and weekly group sessions, makes it easy to gain and build on new insights.

It builds from your life, not scripts or set routines.

There are no specific steps you have to take or mantras to repeat in order to see changes in your work and your life. Instead, this program builds from your life, so you apply the lessons immediately as you go through the day.

It’s research-based and provides measurable results.

This program applies neuroscience research on how we respond to positive and negative influences, and how to rewire our thinking and reactions. It applies factor analysis to the identification of root causes. And it has been field tested with thousands of people around the globe to ensure efficacy and measurable results.

Sign up today for this remarkable program

$1495

The 10-week Positive Intelligence program, led by Kat Windsor, will change your life. Sign up today, so you don’t miss out on the next cohort. New groups are starting:

▶︎ Monday, October 3rd @ 4:00 PM Mountain time.
▶︎ Tuesday, October 4th @ 6:00 PM Mountain time.

This was the most influential training I’ve ever taken. This truly gave me the tools to better understand myself, so I can better understand others. Our sales performance increased across the board.

VP, Sales

Pinterest

It had a profound impact on how we interact as a team and with our customers. My team is more productive and sales results demonstrate the impact. And this makes me a better coach for my team.

ELIZABETH EISNER

District Sales Manager, Novo Nordisk

FAQ

What is the time commitment?

There are four parts to the program: 1) a one-hour training video once a week; 2) a 30-minute group call once a week; 3) 10-15 minutes per day engaged in micro-learning modules (2-3 minutes each); 4) two 30-minute 1:1 coaching calls. With the exception of the group call, you can do these pieces when it fits your schedule. The program lasts for 10 weeks.

How soon will I notice a difference?

If you’re diligent about following the program, you should start to see changes within the first 2-3 weeks. Of course, there’s still so much else to learn — even after the 10-week program is finished. But most people start to see and feel changes by Week 3.

Why does this work?

Because you practice in short bursts every day — and because you apply the learning to your life right away. Research shows that new habits require 20% of insight and 80% of building muscle through practice — in this case, mental muscles. Most training doesn’t stick because it relies on insight alone. Habits can only be built by creating new neural pathways, which are created through practice and repetition.

I’ve got my sh*t together. Why do I need this?

Everyone has blindspots in their thinking, behavior, and how they are being perceived by others. The more you know about yourself, the better able you’ll be to navigate the tricky and challenging paths we all face.

Isn’t stress good for me?

Only in short bursts. Chronic stress, or thinking that you can only be successful if you are stressed, actually limits your success and threatens your health. In addition, if you’re breeding a culture of stress, you’re impacting the effectiveness and health of those around, as well.

Should we do this as a team?

That’s a great idea! There's incredible value in having a common language and shared experience about how to identify negative reactions and perspectives, and having the tools and shared accountability to select more effective and focused paths. 

What is resilience and mental fitness?

Resilience is the ability to recover quickly from set-backs (rejection, losing a deal, missing your number, conflict). Mental Fitness is your capacity to respond to life’s challenges with a positive rather than negative mindset.

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Join me in this program if you want to go to the next version of yourself and uplevel what’s possible for you. By implementing what you learn and practice in this program, your life will be more of what you want it to be. You will be closer to your potential and who you could possibly be.

Let’s get started now. Click here to begin the journey to a more expansive you. 

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