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Radio Show #533: The Effect of Self-Image on Performance

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Special Guest: Suzana Mihajlovic: Author of Your2Minds

Suzana Mihajlovic is the founder of Your2Minds Pty Ltd. She is a multiple best selling author and elite level performance and success coach. Her expertise has been featured in many prestigious podcasts and business magazines and most recently in Times Square, New York.

Suzana Mihajlovic has had a wide calibre of experience and expertise all of which distinguish her from the ordinary. She has been referred to by her clients as the “missing link between success and failure”.

Professional Development can be an expensive investment for many organisations. Even though millions are spent every year on training and development, leaders often feel frustrated because even with the best training, often the return on the investment for professional development is not as great as anticipated. This is because staff will learn new skills in the training and professional development but their behaviour does not change leaving a large gap between knowing what they should be doing and actually doing it.

The concept of self-image on performance has been studied for decades. It Is one of the most valuable mindset upgrades that any leader can implement. Basically, self-image is about creating the image of success – or an image that aligns with workplace performance – within each individual and as a team. By upgrading each individual’s self-image and then the overall team’s self-image to match corporate goals, staff are more likely to meet KPIs, to enjoy their work, and to make a positive contribution to the overall culture of the organisation.

Join us as we discuss the effect of self-image on performance.

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Host: Jo Dodds

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