Dr Tom Evens saving lives
Dr Tom Evens is an outstanding emergency medicine consultant and we had the privilege of interviewing him at our recent PerformanceFest Lounge event. Here’s a taster from his compelling interview. […]
Do you push your limits?
We’re 186 days out from the Rio 2016 Olympics (as of 1st February!). It’s a critical time for athletes around the world preparing for the Games - what they do this winter will dictate their level of readiness to deliver medal winning performances at the Games.
The clue is in the name
As someone who helps lead a team of human performance experts working with some great people and organisations in elite sport and the business world around the globe, I really care about it and I really believe it matters and can make a massive difference to those who are prepared to do what’s necessary to get high performance in their particular role in their particular arena.
If you have the word leader in your title then you're doubly responsible.
HR's job is to lead on making people perform better, not be happier.
Teams in search of a purpose are strictly forbidden.
Podcast 07 - Leadership is a (worthy) burden
In episode 7 we talk to Keith Hatter CEO of PlanetK2 about Leadership. The podcast explores challenges leaders face, motivation and what skills and knowledge are needed to be a […]
Authentic or Inauthentic Leader?
Leaders are constantly told that they must be authentic. When it comes to upholding values, simply giving your feelings and thoughts free rein may be the worst thing you could […]
Getting ready to lead
Improve your leadership performance by making sure you are ready to lead around values, performance and results. This tool is all about getting ready to lead by making sure you […]
Want results? Be driven by values and focus on performance
“When people get caught up with that which is right and they are willing to sacrifice for it, there is no stopping point short of victory.” Martin Luther King You don’t have to […]
Leadership is a behaviour not a title
The behaviour obsessed leader Vs. The title obsessed leader