Developing your personal superpowers with John Reid and Corena Chase
In this episode of Training Unleashed, Evan speaks with John Reid and Corena Chase, two of the team of consultant/trainers who wrote the new book The Five Lost Superpowers: Why We Lose Them and How to Get Them, recently published by LionCrest Publishing.
John and Corena believe that when we were children, we all possessed extraordinary superpowers. Then while we were growing up, we were told and taught to dampen them. But John and Corena believe we still have these powers. They are always there below the surface, waiting to help us achieve our fullest human potential.
The five lost powers are . . .
Listen to the entire episode as Evan, John and Corena explore the five life-changing superpowers, and how we can reignite them to unlock our best selves and change our lives for the better.
A Special Offer
John and Corena would like to send a copy of their new book The Five Lost Superpowers: Why We Lose Them and How to Get Them to the first 20 listeners who email John at John@jmreidgroup.com to ask for a copy.
About Our Guests
John Reid is Founder, President and lead designer of JMReid Group, a global behavior change organization specializing in leadership, development, sales effectiveness and skill enhancement. John is unique in the training development space, having spent much of his career within industry.
After John survived three bouts of cancer, he decided to pursue his passion for learning and development. John pursued this passion with a belief that people could get better and wanted to get better, but it was often the manner of which traditional training is designed and delivered that made this desire for growth difficult.
As the lead designer for JMReid Group, John shifts the design emphasis from models and intellectual property to a learning experience that is relevant to the learner’s real world, taps into participants’ wisdom and is engaging and sustainable.
Corena Chase designs and delivers customized courses at JMReid Group to facilitate organizational change and learning, and to help senior and developing leaders maximize their ability to influence and inspire colleagues and clients.
As a facilitator Corena focuses on creating awareness, challenge and support through experiential learning among peers. As an executive coach, she tailors tools to individual strengths and needs. Corena works in an array of industries including financial services, professional services and entertainment. Her clients include some of Fortune Magazine’s 100 most admired companies, who are committed to creating innovative opportunities to help their employees thrive.
In her previous career as an actor, Corena’s job was to use the study of human behavior, communication and emotional intelligence to walk in other people’s shoes and make sure their views were convincingly conveyed to audiences. As a facilitator and coach her job is to make sure your views are convincingly conveyed to the audience of stakeholders, clients and colleagues that you need to influence and motivate on a daily basis.