Mindspan has been a growing influence in the training sector since the 1990s. While there wasn’t much education about mental awareness back then, times have changed a lot. With so many world and UK events over the last few years, mental health has become a hot topic of discussion.
Some examples of the most drastic changes recently are the pandemic, mass stock market fluctuations, events in politics, and much more. While there’s growing uncertainty in these times, it’s best to focus on things that are in your control to improve. As such, there should be more of a focus on how we respond to what’s happening around us and using them as opportunities.
Gavin Drake from Mindspan has the following to say:
“Our team of coaches and trainers across the UK continue to work with all manner of groups in the corporate and public sector, with specialisms in HR, IT, Sport, Business start up's, young females and education, to name just a few. Coaching 1 to 1 or training in larger groups, delivering our Mindspan competency framework and supporting people with their thinking and, in turn, their performance.”
With so many changes and more focus on mental health, more companies are engaging with coaching businesses like Mindspan to help with mental awareness and how to deal with modern issues. That’s why the time is right to look into starting your own franchise so that you can offer support to businesses that need it the most in these trying times.
Mindspan has launched the Mini Mind programme for young minds, which is a new product many companies will want to know about. If you see yourself running a business in this environment, reach out to find out more about starting a Mindspan franchise!
Shaun M Jooste, Point Franchise ©