Mindworks combines the latest techniques from Psychology (including Positive Psychology), Neuroscience and other sciences to produce our material. All our talks & workshops are practical, fun and interactive – you will leave with new skills which can be applied immediately in various situations at work and at home.
All of our material is drawn from research that shows the best way of developing people is to get them to use their minds more effectively. Something most people know nothing about. What separates us from the pack is our approach. We focus on drawing out the potential of our audience rather than just lecturing to them.
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“Niamh was honestly the most interesting, clear and informative trainer / speaker we have ever had in here. It was really really interesting and so relevant. I can honestly say it was the best investment we have made to date. Our Senior managers were so impressed and everyone who attended have nothing but great praise. The content was fantastic and to be honest we have set the benchmark for future trainings. Our Senior Manager has even mentioned that all our training will be coming from you in future due to the standard Niamh provided so it’s great.”
HR Generalist, Telefonica
“Excellent workshop, didn’t realize I was so stressed until I did the workshop. Got a lot of simple exercises to help overcome this.“
Administrative Staff, UCD
“Very clear speaker, some excellent tips, they will really help. Felt we got through loads and I got a lot out of the day.“
“Highly recommend Niamh, she is a great trainer who communicates very well and is clearly very knowledgeable and professional.“
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