These are challenging times. Everybody is touched by the Coronavirus.

While the virus only directly affects the health of a part of the world’s population, it impacts all of us: how we live, interact and how we do business. Yes, we are putting systems into place and are making use of online connectivity; managing emotions, however, is a different thing altogether.
This is particularly relevant for leaders, be they corporate manager or small business owners, who need to project positivity and motivate people they work with to support them through a challenging time with unprecedented circumstances. Instead of getting pulled into drama and focus on the downsides of the current situation, leaders need to step up and look beyond the challenges and the necessity of living day to day.
Pivoting and adapting offer massive opportunities. But before you can tap into your own and other people’s creativity, it’s essential that you manage stress and ‘negative’ emotions. When there is fear and uncertainty, when people are in fight/ flight mode, creativity is elusive. The brain doesn’t handle survival and thinking outside the box at the same time well. Dealing with ‘negative’ emotions is therefore crucial if you want to use this time to adapt and thrive. This three-part webinar series shows you not only how to manage yourself and others, it also offers you the opportunity to expand your horizons.


To support you in this challenging time, this three-part webinar is priced at only $97

Transform your thinking! Step into inspiration and possibilities!

This three-part webinar addresses the most important issues, drawing on Angela's knowledge as a leadership coach, Emotional Productivity and De Bono trainer.

1. Lead yourself

In order to be a person of positive impact, it is crucial that you maintain emotional balance. Discover how to:

  • Manage fear and other ‘negative’ emotions
  • Learn about mental health challenges
  • Understand about vital needs in chaos
  • Prioritise self-care – put the oxygen mask on yourself first
  • Tap into your hidden strengths and build resilience
2. Lead others

Not everyone is used to working from home, by themselves. How do you help
people deal with new working conditions? Find out how to:

  • Deal with social distancing, self-isolation and new work conditions
  • Manage other people’s emotions and expectations
  • Create productive routines that support team work and productivity
  • Motivate others and connect to the bigger picture
  • Create a virtual team culture to further connection
3. Think beyond the crisis

The VUCA world (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous) demands new thinking and a new understanding of possibilities. This webinar will consist of a creative thinking session using Edward De Bono Six Thinking Hats and Lateral Thinking tools to help you to think outside the box and explore possibilities you may not be aware of yet. We will all be doing this together, sharing the output as it is generated. You will:

  • Learn to appreciate disruption and the gift of crisis
  • Shift your thinking from surviving to thriving
  • Transform what you think is possible
  • Share in and benefit from other people’s ideas
  • Walk away with new tools and new ideas

We need inspirational leaders now more than ever.

Please Join Us


Tuesday, March 31,
Thursday, April 2
Tuesday, April 7


Brisbane: 7:00  – 8:30 am
Sydney: 8 – 9:30 am
London: 9:00 – 10:30 pm (day before)
California: 2:00 – 3:30 pm (day before)