Corporate Services

Global competition and rapid change define the business environment. Business performance depends increasingly on the ability to learn, to be resilient and to adapt and innovate. These are the competencies of the new business environment. This requires leaders who can be architects of change and who can mobilise, organize and guide people through successive challenges.

What We Do

Mindinsight Corporate Growth Solutions provides expertise and guidance on leadership and change. We combine our knowledge and expertise in business acumen, strategy, organizational psychology and human behavior to work with you to achieve results.

Core areas of expertise include:

  • Leadership development
  • Executive coaching
  • Managing change
  • Developing an innovation mindset
  • Talent management and succession planning
  • Positive performance management
  • Positive organisational behaviour
  • Workplace wellbeing as a business asset
  • Executive resilience & wellbeing
  • Workplace dynamics: relational effectiveness

Our Approach

Our experience spans a wide range of industry sectors, including small to medium size businesses and large corporate organisations. From experience, we understand the complexities and challenges facing business owners and executives.

Whilst we strive for results, we don’t believe that simple slogans and off the shelf approaches can provide the basis for sustainable improvement.  We will seek to understand your unique circumstances and requirements and will aim to leverage your existing capabilities to energize the creative core of your organization.

We take your return on investment seriously.  Our work is grounded in evidence-based practice – scientifically informed and practically applied. Whilst we strive for excellence we will not promise more than we can deliver.

Please access our Corporate Resources section for topics of interest.  For more information and confidential discussion of your needs, please contact Anne Ward.



Influencing Ourselves Through Self-Leadership

Leadership is about exercising influence to achieve an outcome. 

Leadership involves a realistic self-confidence, good self-management, personal flexibility and being able to relate to people well. Research has consistently showed that good leadership impacts the bottom line, enabling innovation, learning, and employee engagement.

Large organizations spend lots of money on leadership – resources not generally available to self-employed people and small business owners.

Self-leadership can be learned at an individual level.

Self-leadership is a process whereby people influence themselves to be able to perform consistently in a way that will achieve their goals. Self-leadership strategies address key aspects of behavior, thinking and emotions management that shape performance.  These strategies generate a sense of personal agency and emotional wellbeing that, in turn, help to reduce strain, conserve energy and increase personal effectiveness.

The Self-leadership strategies are captured in the Self-leadership questionnaire.  By working through the questions you can reflect on your own self-leadership strengths and areas for further development.


  1. I establish specific goals for my own performance
  2. I make a point of tracking how well I’m doing at work
  3. I work toward specific goals I have set for myself
  4. I visualize myself successfully performing a task before I do it
  5. Sometimes I picture in my mind a successful performance before I actually do a task
  6. When I have successfully completed a task, I often reward myself with something I like
  7. Sometimes I talk to myself (out loud or in my head) to work through difficult situations
  8. I try to mentally evaluate the accuracy of my own beliefs about situations I am having problems with
  9. I think about my own beliefs and assumptions whenever I encounter a difficult situation

For more information on how you can improve your own Self-leadership skills
contact Mindinsight at or by phoning 02 49427660.


[1] Houghton, J.D., Dawley, D. & DiLiello, T.C. (2012). The abbreviated self-leadership questionnaire (ASLQ): A more concise measure of self-leadership. International Journal of Leadership Studies, 7(2), 216-232

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