Control the Controllables - Daily Challenge
Now is a really good time to focus on the things you can control and to reduce the amount of time you find yourself thinking and talking about things you’re […]
High Performance Survival
It’s time to re-define success. For as long as you can all remember, you’ve been showered with all manner of advice about the importance of focusing on success and believing […]
Choose your response
We’re hearing about lots of new, unplanned for challenges. Here are some tips on how you could respond to some of the current challenges.
Create readiness to perform when working from home
How can you continue making progress even when you are not able to work in the normal way? How do you stay productive? How do you stay connected if you […]
What is physical performance readiness?
Think about what happens at a time when you’re tired and hungry. It’s difficult to concentrate. You’re more likely to be irritable with other people. Interruptions can cause excessive frustration. […]
What is mental readiness?
Knowing what you need to think and getting good at thinking it – is a pretty simple definition of mental readiness for preparing and performing and depending on who you’re […]
What is contextual readiness?
Contextual readiness is all about knowing and then managing the performance environment. There are physical influences in the performance environment that determine your current level of contextual readiness. Clearly there […]
The Performance Calendar
Over the years we’ve had a lot of success working with teams and individuals with a performance calendar. The idea comes from a typical approach that coaches and athletes use […]
Getting ready for your new role
Have you secured a new role in your current business? Is your role changing? Are you moving to a position in a different organisation? Whatever your situation confident transitions into […]
Big day. Poor sleep. Help!
It’s one of the great ironies of significant performance moments. Either you’ll have a poor night’s sleep as a result of the increased brain activity, or one of your kids […]
8 reasons why Employee Engagement is in danger of disappearing up its own arse by Keith Hatter. If you enjoy this and want to know more, tune in to this […]
Sex, drugs & boxes
The 9-box grid is thought to have been developed by McKinsey to help GE prioritise investments across its 150 business units. Using it for people makes as much sense as […]