Crowne Plaza Melbourne
1-5 Spencer Street, Melbourne
This full-day workshop is going to be popular, so book soon!
We all operate under the influence of biases every moment of every day. It does not make us a bad person; it actually just makes us human. It is the way our brain works efficiently. By attending this workshop, you will not only have a better understanding of what you think, but of how you think.
For participants who have previously done, or are currently doing the Melbourne Tourism Leadership Program, this workshop is completely new content for all participants. It is also not reliant upon previous attendance or material covered in any year of MTLP for full understanding and relevance.
This workshop is open to anyone who would like to attend, not just MTLP participants.
Cost and inclusions
$300 including GST. Includes facilitation, workshop materials, morning and afternoon tea and lunch
Mel Neil – Mind Fitness
Mel Neil is an Australian positive psychology practitioner and consultant. She designs and delivers custom emotional intelligence and strengths based leadership and performance programs for public and private sector clients. As a credentialed trainer in leading emotional intelligence and positive psychology assessment instruments, Mel also provides certified training, course facilitation and coaching.
Mel’s innovative programs are recognised by peak bodies both domestically and internationally. She co-designed the first Australian Government accredited Diploma of Positive Psychology which is now delivered in the United Kingdom, Canada and New Zealand. She also co-designed and continues to facilitate the Award Winning Melbourne Tourism Leadership Program (MTLP).
The uniting theme of Mel’s work is her desire to empower and facilitate the success of individuals and communities. This objective drives the astute application of her positive psychology research, knowledge and skills to teach both leaders and teams how to increase personal, business and collective wellbeing.
Learn more about Emotional Intelligence, Mel Neil