CHALLENGER THINKING can transform a business while mindfulness helps improve performance and both topics will be looked at in detail at Castlegate Business Centre’s upcoming Last Thursday Business Brunches.

Taking place on Thursday October 31st, from 10.30am to 1pm, the first session looks at Challenger Thinking and will be delivered by two of Tees Valley’s leading female business heads, Jo Davies of HR Alchemy, a human resource company and Max Freer of OOK, a creative agency. 

Joining forces, the pair will deliver a session that in the main will look at mindset for business growth and how Challenger Thinking as a strategy can be used to help grow your business.

Max Freer of OOK added: “One of the most common obstacles we encounter is moving clients from a fixed mindset to a growth mindset. In order to achieve change you must challenge thinking. Embracing Challenger Thinking can help achieve positive business growth”.

The Workplace Mindfulness workshop on Thursday November 28th, from 10:30am to 1pm, will look at how workplaces can incorporate a mindfulness practice into their business to support growth with practical methods to take away and implement.

Helping to build relations and share knowledge across the Tees Valley, Karen Eve, Regional Centre Manager, said: “Managing and operating business is challenging, and our upcoming sessions have been designed to help shape a growth mindset. 

“We want businesses to apply the advice and hopefully this will contribute towards improving their strategic business plans”.

Click here to register for Challenger Thinking and click here to register for Workplace Mindfulness.