The Adaptas thinking Leader

You can’t get out of a problem with the same

thinking that got you into it


The Adaptas thinking Leader

This Programme takes leaders on a thorough journey to understand the thinking, that is potentially impeding their optimal success as leaders.

It has become more common knowledge that much of what it takes to be a great leader involves understanding how our underlying ‘thoughts’ and ‘emotions’ rule our behaviour. It is not enough to take external solution-focused approaches to really improve a leader’s performance.

When people are taught to notice the way they think and how that impacts on their behaviour, this impacts positively on the actions they take, the decisions they make and on their communication.


One of the highlights in the programme was connecting thinking and behaviour to the achievement of key goals and aspirations. This included the discovery of our current thinking styles and making worthwhile lasting adjustments.

Naresh Asnani

CEO, Emel Group


  • Work well with people

  • Have respect for order and compliance

  • Take well calculated risks & work well with people

  • Can take charge without controlling

  • Learn from past mistakes

  • Are decisive and honourable

  • Are shrewd in their assessment of situations and people

  • Can lead back from defeat

  • Have a sense of mission and values

  • Apply work / life balance

OBJECTIVES OF thinking Leader module

  • Learn thinking styles effective for you

    Which ones can be tweaked for greater future effectiveness

  • Control mental and emotional states

    Behave more effectively and spend less time in limited reactive states

  • Set, oversee and drive commitment to performance standards

    In line with the mission & values of the organisation

  • Understand thinking styles of others

    How to engage with them more successfully

  • Grow greater self-awareness

    Decipher your approach to selection and delegation

  • Choose More Effective Responses & Actions

    Become more incisive and impactful in decision-making and problem-solving


BIAC profiles gives participants the ability to review and access their behavioural traits and adapt to improve their effectiveness. Additionally the process gives a deeper knowledge of other people’s behaviour and how that impacts on business effectiveness.

BIAC profiles recognise that behaviour can change and is capable of adjusting. This contrasts greatly with tools such as MBTI which assumes that a person’s type is stable and unchanging over time

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