mBIT coaches report that the new tool kit from mBraining enables them to work with:
The mBIT Toolkit teaches you how to build:
Suzanne Henwood – mBIT Certified Master Coach and Trainer
Lopdell House, Titirangi,
Lopdell House, Titirangi,
But, of course I would love you to come and train with us.
Let me tell you a little about myself (and you can read even more in the ‘About Us’ section on the web site).
I am an NLP Coach and Trainer and one of only two mBIT Master Coaches and Master Trainers globally.
I did my NLP training in the UK before moving to New Zealand and I did my mBIT training in Australia with Grant and Marvin, ensuring I learned from the very best and where possible from those at the source and development of the techniques I am learning.
Since training in both NLP and mBIT I have brought in my academic background and got involved in ongoing research and development of the field and am delighted to be working closely with Grant Soosalu to establish a published evidence base behind mBraining and to continue to develop the field into the future.
We have already presented our work in relation to leadership at the ILA 16th Global Leadership Summit in San Diego (International Leadership Association), a Conference in 2013 at the university of Auckland and we are currently writing a book on decision making.
We have also published the key aspects of mBraining in relation to Leadership in my new book ‘Practical Leadership in Nursing and Health Care: A multi professional approach’, published by Taylor and Francis in 2014. More recently we have published two papers in the Journal of Experiential Psychotherapy (one of which was a range of case studies in health) and we regularly publish in World Wide Coaching Magazine.
I ensure I continually engage with active learning and development, to keep myself at the very forefront of my field, I under take regular peer supervision, support a community of practice for mBIT coaches in Auckland through a face to face practice group which meets monthly and I actively support the worldwide community of mBIT coaches through the web based communities of practice – giving you the best of the best at any time. I also supervise coaches and leaders to encourage excellence in those two fields.
Outside of my coaching and training world, I was an Associate Professor in Health and Social Sciences, having been in higher education of health care professionals since 1990. My healthcare roots are still very important to me and I am passionate about transforming how we care for patients in our health services. I am part of worldwide networks looking to increase compassion in health care and strongly urge you (if you are in healthcare) to have a look at: http://heartsinhealthcare.com/
Hearts in Healthcare, an amazingly inspiring organisation set up as the ‘movement for human centred healthcare’. I was fortunate enough to attend a national forum at Unitec in Auckland early in 2014 exploring how to put compassion back into healthcare through appreciative enquiry. It was an amazing day which used mBIT in the afternoon to focus our discussions.
The Charter for Compassion is another amazing organisation across all fields bringing compassion and peace to the world. From their website: http://charterforcompassion.org/
The Charter for Compassion is a cooperative effort to restore not only compassionate thinking but, more importantly, compassionate action to the centre of religious, moral and political life. Compassion is the principled determination to put ourselves in the shoes of the other, and lies at the heart of all religious and ethical systems.