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Mental Toughness 4Cs (NEW)

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Mental Toughness Workshop for Leaders and Teams/ Resilience, Grit and Mindset Workshop for the workplace Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, Canberra. Mental Toughness Conference Keynote Speaker

Mental Toughness is a personality trait that determines your ability to perform consistently under pressure and stress and is closely related to qualities such as character, resilience, grit, and perseverance. Developing mental toughness is a skill that can improve your performance in every area of life.
Developing mental toughness is a skill that can improve your performance in every area of life.

In this workshop, our accredited trainer/s will take you on a high energy journey to create awareness of your own mental toughness, how you can develop it and the benefits of doing so.
Discover the keys to understanding and building your ability to stay confident and prevail even when you are up against it.

In this workshop we

• Define Mental Toughness
• Discover the origins of Mental Toughness
• Which VIA Strengths relate to Mental Toughness
• Understand Mental Toughness and its implication for performance, behavior, and wellbeing. How it can help individuals to deal with stress, pressure, and challenge.

• Discover the mental toughness model which comprises four pillar components, the 4Cs.:

Challenge– seeing a challenge as an opportunity and “getting comfortable with being uncomfortable.

Confidence– having high levels of self-belief and confidence in interpersonal interactions

Commitment – goal setting and being able to stick to tasks

Control – self-esteem, being comfortable in your own skin and managing emotions.

• Developing Mental Toughness: goal setting, visualization, and positive thinking.
• Your strengths
• Establish Small wins and habits to build your mental muscle

Option to include the MTQ48 online assessment.
This takes no longer than 8-10 minutes to measure Mental Toughness. MTQ48 measures the four components of Mental Toughness identified by Clough and Strycharzyk, the 4 C’s of Control, Commitment, Challenge, and Confidence.

Time frame 3 hrs with a report, 90 min or 2 hrs without
We will happily tailor to suit your business objectives.
This is designed true to the WunderTraining style with a highly visual presentation and a positive and interactive delivery. The base session framework and activities are aligned to the Mental Toughness Partner materials and recommendations from AQR.


Mental toughness origins:
The concept of mental toughness has origins in academic research and in sport.

Professor Peter Clough, Professor of Applied Psychology at Manchester Metropolitan University, and a pioneer on research into mental toughness has identified that mental toughness consists of four components, the 4 C’s, of Control, Commitment, Challenge and Confidence.

Mental toughness is closely related to GRIT.

Angela Duckworth is renown for her research which shows anyone striving to succeed from business people, students, educators, and athletes— outstanding achievement is not talent but a special blend of passion and persistence she calls “grit.”

Angela has found that grit— for a singularly important goal—is the hallmark of high achievers in every domain. She has also found scientific evidence that grit can grow.
Mental toughness is built through small wins. It’s the choices that we make on a daily basis that build our “mental toughness muscle.” It’s your physical actions that prove your mental fortitude.

The many benefits of developing Mental Toughness


• Better performance – it explains up to 25% of the variation in performance.
• Improved positivity – adoption of more of a “can do” approach which can lead to greater rapport and connectivity with teammates and clients.
• Greater well-being – more contentment and better stress management.
• Change management – a lower stress response to organizational change.
• Increased aspirations – greater ambition and confidence in achieving those ambitions and a greater willingness to persevere to do so.

Accredited and High energy facilitator:
Founder- :Jane Wundersitz

Jane is a Mental Toughness Partner and has successfully completed training in the use and interpretation of MTQ assessments and is now licensed to use MTQ plus, MTQ48, and MTQ 4Cs

Recent Testimonials:

Enjoyed the topic and the concept of the circle of influence and circle of concern. Interesting well worth it Shayne Dormakaba

Very relevant content, interactive and a good perspective. Enjoyed the above the line video. Colin DormaKaba

*WunderTraining is not associated with APHRA


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