Our open enrollment programs allow individuals and small groups to actualise potential and develop adaptive thinking - critical for personal and professional development today.
An award-winning transformational change experience which has received both academic and industry endorsements, our Response-able® programs leverage our Mind-First® approach, putting you - the individual - at the centre of the change process.
We target the structure of how you create meaning and experience for improving your mental, emotional and behavioural agility.
Our programs are delivered 100% online over 6 months, facilitated by MindNavigator accredited practitioners. Designed for busy people, they only require a few hours of your time each month.
People attend our programs for both personal and professional growth. Over the course of the 6 month process you will also develop deep relationships with the other members of your cohort, creating a personal and professional support network that will last a lifetime.
View our upcoming programs for online enrolment or to download a brochure.
MindNavigator’s transformational program is now part of the Advanced MBA Program @ University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
What previous participants have said....
Marcus Robbins, Head of Consulting & Professional Services
“I don’t often get excited about training courses, and have never described one as life changing, until now!”
Tracey Hebden-Todd, Head of Department
“Having previously attended many leadership programs this has by far enabled a greater growth in my ability to lead. It has touched on my personal values and beliefs which until now I had not realised just how influential they had been in my past performance. I have more confidence in my ability to lead and my personal wellbeing has improved significantly not just at work but also on the home front.”
Mark McCaffrey, Account Director
“Learnings that are solidified through practices, ongoing practices, daily practices, both in your personal and your professional life, that if you practice them they become ingrained behaviours”