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Ken Harrison, a very mind-full Mind Chi Mentor!

Ken says:I am passionate about helping people grow and develop in order to release their full potential. I will be acting as a Mind Chi Mentor within a local authority / multi-agency partnership board setting. I also intend to promote and encourage other organizations to take up the opportunity to become Mind Chi Mentors and to develop a Cheshire / Merseyside Mind Chi Network to share best practice and provide ongoing support.

Mind Chi Mentor - Ken Harrison

Mind Chi Mentor – Ken Harrison

Ken has extensive senior management experience within the public sector, responsible for developing and managing multi-agency teams, partnerships and boards. Ken has an extensive range of Executive Coaching and Leadership skills and brings a wealth of experience to organisational change and people development.

Here are some comments from some of Ken’s happy Mind Chi-ers:

‘I anticipate it will become more and more beneficial to me as I continue to practice Mind Chi. It has given me the chance to live life properly – to learn to let go and just be. This will have a positive impact not only on me but on my children and husband.’ MK – Workforce Engagement and Development Manager

‘This course has made me realise – if everything is o.k. on the inside – all will be well on the outside….I’m so pleased to know I’m right where I’m meant to be…Thank you.’ LW – Community Development Officer

‘An excellent course it was full of interesting information and practical advice on how to deal with the stresses and strains of daily life.’  PG – Community and Partnership Manager

‘I was apprehensive about starting this course – I guess it was the unknown…However, I can honestly say that this is the most valuable and life enhancing course I have attended.’ TD – Community and Partnership Manager

‘Excellent. Ken is patient and approachable with lots of knowledge and experience. I was very impressed by his explanations of the Mind Chi practices.’ NH – Community Safety Manager.

You can find out more about Ken and contact him via: http://www.appreciativemind.co.uk/index.html