Core 1: Immersive
In order to truly learn how to do something, we must practice it. Get in. Get our hands dirty. By creating an immersive and experiential learning environment, participants in 4Core Training become a part of the experience, challenging their own beliefs and making thoughtful decisions based on the remaining 3 core components.
Core 2: Emotional Intelligence
By bringing participants into an understanding of emotional intelligence, we can begin to look at real-life situations and how our emotions affect decisions. Explored in an experiential learning environment, emotions can be thought through and behaviors can be modified to create more positive outcomes.
Core 3: Self Awareness
Effective leaders have a solid and positive self-perception. They know what their value system is, they have a solid belief system, and therefore they lead with integrity. Through guided discussion, participants in a 4Core Training program will explore their own value and belief systems and then practice new behaviors and making mindful decisions based on those discoveries.
Core 4: Positive Psychology
The field of Positive Psychology has a rich history, but became most notable in 1998 when Martin Seligman, at the time of his inauguration as the president of the American Psychological Association (APA), declared that psychologists need to study what makes happy people happy! The 4th and final core component of the 4Core Training model is to learn in the spirit and application of the principles of positive psychology and well-being.