The aim of Confident Scotland is to make a real difference in Scotland, bringing people together to shift the dominant mindset from pessimism to one of optimism and possibility. In doing this create a brighter future and a confident, dynamic and vibrant Scotland where people have the confidence and passion to follow their dreams.
Through developing and pioneering new and different ways to enhance current approaches; create new levels of thinking that will enable real and lasting change for individuals, communities and for Scotland.
“Problems cannot be solved at the level of thinking that created them” ~ Albert Einstein
“Doing the same thing and expecting a different result is a sign of insanity” ~ Unknown
Please join us in creating a brighter future; a confident, dynamic and vibrant Scotland where people have the confidence and passion to follow their dreams.
Interested in getting involved or just keeping in touch email us at: [raw_html_snippet id=”email”]
We currently work in a number of areas:
Community Network: Creating a network of people across Scotland who share a vision and passion for a confident, dynamic and vibrant Scotland utilising resources and tools developed by the Confident Scotland Academy.
Confident Scotland Academy: Developing training and resources to support the various initiatives that support and enable a Confident Scotland. Focusing on Skills for Life covering a range of areas including communication & literacy skills, emotional intelligence, emotional mastery, motivation & confidence, coaching skills, project management skills and problem solving.
Employability Solutions: Working to develop programs for individuals particularly with more complex needs to enable fast change, including emotional issues, drug and alcohol problems, chronic pain.
Health & Wellbeing: Sharing pragmatic strategies for health & wellbeing and how to create greater life-work balance. Taking an integrated approach to health & wellbeing and looking for opportunities to raise awareness of new insights from leading edge research.