How psychology can improve organisation, team and individual performance

The event will be held in Haberdasher’s Hall, 18 West Smithfield, London, EC1A 9HQ on 15 April 2015

This will be an audience-led participative session on Performance Improvement. Professor Peters will share with us his experiences of working with elite teams and individual sportsmen with mind management issues.

Who is it for?

Those with responsibility or interest in individual, team or organisational performance. This complex topic will interest managers, coaches, HR professionals and consultants.

Overview

This will be an audience-led participative session on Performance Improvement. Professor Peters will share with us his experiences of working with elite teams and individual sportsmen with mind management issues.

He has made a major contribution to the outstanding success of British cycling in recent years, helping Olympic gold medallists including Sir Bradley Wiggins, Sir Chris Hoy and Victoria Pendleton, as well as being an integral part of the TeamSky ProCycling success and Wiggins/ Froome victories in the Tour de France. He has worked with the Liverpool and England football teams as well as individual players, and companies and their CEOs.

Content

Because we don't often recognise how our mind is working and are unable to manage our emotions and thoughts, we struggle to manage ourselves and become the people we would like to be.

Professor Peters addresses these issues in his acclaimed book The Chimp Paradox and will share his thoughts on his mind management model which he claims can help us become happier, healthier, more confident and successful people. He will cover:

• working with emotions
• improving communications
• effective interaction with peers
• problem solving.

This interactive session will incorporate questions and discussion with the audience.

If you are not a member but are interested in attending this event please contact Lynn Little on 020 7470 7104 or at lynn@crforum.co.uk.

  • Tags
  • Performance Management & Engagement
  • Organisation Development & Change
  • Coaching