The quality of our thinking depends on , the quality of Attention we get from others while we think
Attention is,an act of creation
Listening to inspire,not listening to reply
The human mind works best in the presence of Appreciation
How can you best support yourself, your teams or your employees during this unique time of uncertainty?
Is it by helping them to think well online while working remotely?

Ruth McCarthy and other Time to Think Faculty members are working together to respond to these significant new demands by taking the tried and tested Thinking Environment ‘way of being’ online. By adjusting everything that we know works powerfully and well to this new reality we can offer everything needed to succeed in your communications and groups during these challenging times.

Please contact Ruth – or check out the Courses pages – for more information about this powerful, stimulating and replicable ‘way of being’ that can be transformative both online and off.

Why Choose Think It Through?
Courses

INSPIRING, PRACTICAL, LIFE-ENHANCING

Offering ONLINE some outstanding Time to Think open and qualifying courses, creating ideal professional development for our uncertain climate. Bespoke days and workshops that will inspire and encourage your teams, your staff, yourself.

Consulting

HOW TO GET THE BEST FROM EVERY GROUP

Offering ONLINE some outstanding Time to Think open and qualifying courses, creating ideal professional development for our uncertain climate. Bespoke days and workshops that will inspire and encourage your teams, your staff, yourself.

Coaching

OPTIMISING YOUR LIFE AND WORK

Managers, leaders and teams: more than ever you need time to reflect, think and plan for success. How productive are your meetings online? Do you want to communicate brilliantly, develop trust and get great results from staff and colleagues?

Forthcoming Courses

The Thinking Partnership Programme, ONLINE: 10th,11th,15th,16th September and 20th October 2020

The Thinking Partnership Session is a calm, safe and generative space created by two people, in which the thinking is owned by one. It offers a profound capacity for individual self-discovery and decision-making. It is both a powerful self-development tool and increasingly regarded as essential coaching expertise. This highly participatory 3-day course teaches this process in depth.

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£990
ONLINE/ ZOOM,

TTT Foundation Course ONLINE 29th, 30th September and 2nd October 2020

TTT Foundation Course, ONLINE, 29th, 30th September and 2nd October Timing: 10.00-12.15 and 1.15 to 3.30 each day  Course fee: £690 What is the Foundation Course and what happens online? Usually this is an intensive 2-Day course 'in the room'...

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£690
ONLINE/ ZOOM,

Time to Think Coaching Course ONLINE 7th, 8th, 13th & 14th October and 11th & 12th November 2020

A four-day highly experiential programme (2 x 2 days) providing you with the knowledge and expertise with which to become a Time To Think Coach.

Please note that The Thinking Partnership Programme is a prerequisite for this course

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£1750
ONLINE/ ZOOM,

TTT Collegiate Days in 2020

This day answers the question ‘what do I need in order to sustain myself as and in a Thinking Environment?’ It’s a day of connection, energy and information, where we’ll use the many applications of this way of being, from Rounds to the Thinking Partnership, to create a day that answers to whatever it is you’d most like experience and benefit from.

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£90
Ealing, West London, United Kingdom
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