Fiona Murden helps some of the most successful people in the world to understand their behaviour
Mark.Freed / 20 Jun 2018
E2W members have been treated to two workshops run by our friend, Fiona Murden. In May 2017 Fiona ran a workshop entitled ‘Becoming a better version of yourself’. We were fascinated to hear Fiona’s insights into the impacts of neuroscience, perceptions of position and power and how these could help us become better leaders. In November, Fiona ran a second workshop 'Understanding behaviour and managing emotions to become a better leader'. Here we learnt all about the myths around behaviour and how we manage our emotions.
We have just seen on the bookshelves that Fiona has published a book – ‘Defining You’ – Here is the review on Amazon. It’s a great read and its on offer for kindle users at just £4.99 for a limited period.
‘Overview of the book’
If you have you ever wondered what a profiling session would tell you about yourself?
Fiona Murden helps some of the most successful people in the world to understand their behaviour and improve their performance. Here she guides you through the professional profiling assessment process in private, to help you discover your strengths, understand what really drives you and learn which environments will help you to excel.
Step by step you will build your unique personal profile. Take a psychometric test, run a 360 assessment, draw up your early years timeline and enjoy some valuable self-reflection. Fiona then expertly - and sensitively - coaches you through interpreting your results and taking your next steps to fulfil your potential.
Our behaviour is at the core of what we do. This is your ultimate self-awareness toolkit to help you understand both your own and other's behaviour and to positively influence it. Along the way you may even start to sleep better, think more clearly and have good moods more often.
Defining You opens a window into the elite process of psychological profiling and presents a clear path to improving your effectiveness with immediate actions and tangible tips.
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