Leading Change

Bring your people with you

Utilise the power of incremental
and corroborative change

85% of executives cite change as critical to business success in these disruptive times. Yet, all too often, it is seen as a threat. And far too often change strategies fail.

If change is so important, why are people afraid of it? Quite simply it is our subconscious biases that protect the status quo and our tendency to emphasise the negative at the expense of the positive – our natural negativity bias. With our programme, you will be able to help your people embrace change and adopt an innovative and growth mindset.



Leading Change outcomes



Leading Change outcomes

Through the application of neuroscience, this programme will reveal how to:

  • Understand and neutralise the nonconscious barriers to change
  • Reduce the fear of change to create a fertile environment for innovation and agility
  • Exploit neuroplasticity and the brain’s ability to rewire itself
  • Change from a fixed mindset to a growth mindset
  • Use neuroscience-based tools to lead change successfully
  • Implement changes that will be supported by your team and your stakeholders

Programme details

Are you aware of the non-conscious barriers that are working against change?

Let us help you break these down.

Change creates winners and losers and the fear of loss looms larger than gain. Yet we all have the ultimate tool, built for change, at our disposal… our brain.

Neuroplasticity – our natural ability to change

The fundamental architecture of the brain is to change and adapt. Humans can adapt to any habitat on the planet from the poles to the equator. Think of the languages we may have to learn depending on where we are born. The neurobiology behind this is our brain’s remarkable ability to re-wire itself to cope with changing circumstances.

When we learn or experience something new, thousands of neurons wire together to map this new knowledge.

It’s time to switch mindset

Whether it is restructuring, digital transformation, or new processes, this programme demonstrates how we are designed to adapt. By adopting a growth mindset, change can be seen as an opportunity for success. We’ll show you how focusing on the positive and really listening to employees’ concerns helps the brain adjust its response to change and perceived threat.

Research proves that people with an optimistic outlook, growth mindset and resilience strategies are more productive, healthier and live longer than pessimists. The best news is that it is entirely possible to switch mindsets and bring your people with you wherever you are leading the change.

Ready to implement change more effectively?

Talk with us.

Book a call

Meet your programme leader – TOM FLATAU

Teaching online for over 15 years

As an experienced coach and trainer, Tom will guide you through this programme, offering unique insight from years of working with multi-national corporations who have undergone extensive changes and reorganisation.

With Tom’s insight into human behaviour, you will understand how best to approach your next transformation project ideas and how to make a big impact with your next in your change management.


What our clients say

Kiran Thazhamon
Client Relations Office, Atkins
“Tom’s training is focused on leading change by asking questions, focussing on solutions, autonomy in the office, welcoming challenges, developing a conscious leadership and positive reinforcement which are all mandatory attributes for continuous growth.”
Andy Givens
Head of International Credit Cards, HSBC
“The thought of change can paralyse people. TWI showed us how to make change and bring the team with us and we’ve had a lot of success.”
David Robertson
Head of Operational Excellence Europe & UK Country Manager, Alimera Sciences Ltd
“Excellent training on neuroplasticity…opening our eyes to a new perspective of how the brain works and some of the fixed beliefs we had that have been holding us back. I've witnessed an immediate change in the team and seen many examples of the new learning being implemented.”