Improving Business Performance

Successful GroupWe understand that your imperatives are to grow, to increase profits and market share and to be better than the competition.

Cognitive Behaviour Hypnotherapy (CBH) has a number of unique aspects to it which can make it particularly effective in resolving issues in the workplace which may be holding your staff or company back from achieving your goals and operating efficiently.

  • CBH concentrates on the present and is goal oriented.  It is applied to the current problem and often results in very quick positive change.
  • CBH has a logical, common sense  focused approach which is designed for rapid resolution of problems.
  • CBH often includes the setting of homework assignments which can include reading, observation or putting lessons learned into practice which accelerate the process of change.
  • CBH provides the subject with a set of tools which, once learned can be applied to problems which may arise in the future.

CBH can be used to help businesses effect positive change

  • Change unrealistic demands for perfection and improve morale and performance.
  • Remove intense fear of failure and increase innovation and creativity.
  • Eliminate overbearing need for approval by executives and colleagues and raise levels of confidence and personal achievement.
  • Rationalise awfulising and catastrophising thoughts about real or potential screw ups and initiate professional behaviour and approach to problem solving.

CBH has been successfully applied to these common issues which negatively impact business productivity

  • Poor performance or prolonged absenteeism due to unsustainable levels of stress among staff.
  • Conflict avoidance and indecision leading to inconsistent behaviour.
  • Procrastination in management.
  • Risk aversion caused by fear of failure resulting in lack of innovation and creative thinking.
  • An inappropriately perfectionist approach causing delays and increased costs.
  • Lack of delegation by management.
  • Staff not feeling able to ask for help or hiding errors.
  • Management or staff becoming angry with individuals who make mistakes or fail to adhere to conventions, processes or procedures exactly.
  • Avoidance of unpleasant or difficult tasks.
  • Procrastination and time management problems.
  • Lack of self-discipline and good organisation.
  • Poor health due to lack of exercise, poor eating habits—which ultimately effect an individual’s performance.

Experienced CBH practitioners are trained to confront and challenge unhelpful behaviours and feelings and to help clients understand that there are healthier logical alternatives which can produce better personal and corporate performance.