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Pregnancy

by Chris Shambrook

1 year ago

Sarah has been at the heart of the English Institute of Sport’s Sport Science Support for the last 4 Olympic cycles. On leaving earlier this year, she’d completed the last […]

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The mindset of being a coach

by Jim Constable

1 year ago

Can anyone coach? “If you want to do a job, start doing it”, was the advice. As careers advice goes it was simple and effective. It ranks alongside “if you […]

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How I learnt to listen by making loads of noise

Katy Stanton

by Katy Stanton

1 year ago

In a world that can’t stop talking, I’m (guiltily) complicit. My conversational habits started young. My brother was born two years after me. I was so proud of him; I […]

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Broken Sleep? 3 ways I’m working on fixing mine

by Chris Shambrook

1 year ago

Due to the coincidence of a few factors recently, I’ve been getting the chance to practice some sleep management tactics, which I thought might be worth sharing. Now, getting off […]

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The mindset for coaching

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The Performance Room

by The Performance Room

1 year ago

We help people improve what they do. That’s our business. We love it and are passionate about helping people – whatever their performance arena – get better, do what they’re […]

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How I’ve tried to be coachable in everything I do

Adam Morris

by Adam Morris

2 years ago

As a performer I have always been someone who has wanted to get better at my job. No matter what a teacher has told me about my own intelligence or […]

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Most people have never been on a team

Team rowing together

by Keith Hatter

2 years ago

Well not a real team anyway. From everything I see and hear, the team thing is really screwed up and we either need to accept it and do something about […]

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'Watch, listen and learn' - what my 96 year old Bampy taught me

Luisa G

by Luisa G

2 years ago

Bampy was right – you can learn so much from watching and listening to others. What did you learn this weekend? I learned four big things, before breakfast! Watch, listen […]

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How to be a great 'I' in a high performing team - 8 key ingredients

High Performance Team Principles

by Matt Barker

2 years ago

A team is a place where there are lots of I’s. Lots of individuals, working together, trying to achieve their personal goals and contribute in the best way they can to collective success. Here are 8 key ingredients for being a brilliant ‘I’ in a high performing team…

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If travelling solo with newborns was an Olympic Sport…

Samad Miah

by Samad Miah

2 years ago

There are a few reasons I really like my job. One of those reasons is that applying a high performance lens to stuff becomes second nature for life as well as work. And there are times when that comes in quite handy – like recently when I decided to take my 10 week old daughter on a flight to Inverness. On my own. Brave or foolish? Here’s how I got on with my adventure, and how I applied my high performance lens to it….

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High Performance Roadshow - PlanetK2 Australia

The Performance Room

by The Performance Room

2 years ago

PlanetK2 High Performance Roadshow Spring 2017: Learn how the world’s best athletes and businesses approach their performance and how you can use that insight to gain competitive advantage, change your game and transform your performance. Breakfast sessions in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne and a transformational workout in Melbourne.

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Get yourself engaged

by Jim Constable

2 years ago

Where did it all begin? This need for engagement metrics - where employers have started to work on actively ‘engaging’ their employees. Surveying employee engagement, measuring it, sending leaders and managers into an annual spiral of activity, to increase a number to affect their own bonuses. How did we all cope before then?

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