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How well do you manage transition?

The Performance Room

by The Performance Room

2 years ago

As regular readers will be aware, we’re on a mission to share our human performance expertise with the world. We’ve been working for a while in Australia and had a lot of fun and a lot of impact, working with customers down under for the last few years – so much so, that we’re aiming to add to that group of customers and trusted performance partners.

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Performing Under Pressure – step up and deliver!

The Performance Room

by The Performance Room

2 years ago

We’ve got a great ‘guest’ blog this week from Rebecca Chidley, a trainee psychologist who’s just in the process of qualifying to work with elite performers. Rebecca has set up […]

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Get ready, get set, oh no!

David Nanfra

by David Nanfra

2 years ago

Last Sunday was the Melbourne Marathon. Since 1978, this has become a permanent fixture on the Australian sporting calendar, and is now the biggest running event in Australia. And it’s an event that motivates Melburnians – including me – to train through the cold Melbourne winter each year.

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PlanetK2 Australia High Performance Roadshow - Are you ready?

PlanetK2 Australia High Performance Roadshow - never stand still
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by Keith Hatter

2 years ago

We never stand still It’s not long now before our series of breakfast sessions and transformational workouts kick off in Sydney, Brisbane & Melbourne and we’re really excited to get going. […]

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Are you ready for…..studying and the workplace

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by Chris Shambrook

2 years ago

’The hardest part is starting it’’. That was the best piece of advice I received before signing up for a course of study in addition to my full-time job. Useful advice at a time when I was reticent about starting a study programme which I hoped would be beneficial to my career, development and intellectual capacity, but had fears about it impacting on my job and ultimately my life.

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The mindset of being a coach

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by Jim Constable

2 years 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

2 years 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

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by Chris Shambrook

2 years 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

2 years 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

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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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