The Pacific Institute® believes that everyone has tremendous potential but that most of us do not achieve all we are capable of. Using the principles of cognitive psychology, we have created programmes and processes which develop, support and, most importantly, equip individuals and organisations to enable them to transform this potential into actual performance.
Working with individuals
The Pacific Institute’s® programmes enable individuals to grow personally and professionally through changing their attitudes and behaviours, and raising aspiration, motivation and efficacy. As a result we see a significant positive impact on a wide range of individuals such as chief executives, public and third sector leaders, young people, parents or even the long-term unemployed.
Working with organisations
The Pacific Institute® works across a number of sectors: business, education, health, government, community regeneration, criminal justice. We measure current and vision culture, inspiring a compelling agenda for change. When our solutions are then applied to leadership and a critical mass of staff at all levels in an organisation, the impact is profound, causing significant improvements in performance.
Our solutions apply to four areas of effectiveness: Personal, Leadership, Team and Organisational:
- Builds positive attitudes, habits and expectations
- Develops effective thinking skills and aspirations
- Equips participants with tools to make sustainable change
- Generates motivation, efficacy and optimism
- Measures leadership behaviours
- Determines strategies for constructive leadership
- Incorporates an evidence-based approach to benchmark the leaders’ impact on culture
- Leadership coaching
- A structured framework that enables executive teams to understand and resolve recurring business issues
- Creates alignment to organisational vision and goals
- Powerful metrics and processes to diagnose the current reality and the vision of an organisation’s culture
- Offers a focused agenda for change towards a constructive, achievement-oriented culture