Join myself and James Brook FCIPD, Founder of Plexus Leadership, for our free webinar ‘Building resilience: what leaders can learn from elite sports’, on the 21st April.
We’ll be discussing how leaders and elite athletes can build their personal and their team’s self-belief and resilience. We’ll be sharing stories of resilience and some of the latest research on the subject, during these challenging times.
Your views and insights will be welcomed as we explore whether resilience can be taught, learned, or if it is partially inherent.
Look forward to seeing you there, follow this link for a ticket: LINK
It was fantastic to speak with Tim Chapman and Lynn Pickford on their podcast, Coaching Winning Sales Teams.
We explored the importance of self-belief in sport and its application to the world of sales, highlighting the many parallels between both spheres.
Stay tuned for the episode! https://lnkd.in/dwiSuUa
I am delighted to join Plexus Leadership as a consultant, with the prospect of developing positive leadership cultures and thriving workplaces, alongside a diverse team of consultant trainers and executive coaches.
Combining my experience of elite sporting competition and performance psychology, with my work as an executive leadership coach, I will be focusing on co-creating relevant strategies for leaders and managers to reach performance potential, through mindset enhancement and behavioural change.
With thanks to a number of inspirational coaches who have supported my coaching journey, from whom I have learnt and cultivated my expertise; Gordon Birt, David Sammel, Bob Garvey, Hisham Abdel Rahman and Shelley Hutchinson. Finally, a big thank you to David Langford who has relentlessly shaped my Executive Coaching credentials.
I look forward to this new challenge, and do reach out if you would like to learn more about unlocking you or your organisation’s full potential.
This article shares some interesting insights into the power of self-reflection and operating in the crossover area (the sweet spot) of your passion and strengths.
I have recently experienced the benefit of leaders reflecting on their successes over the past few years. The awareness, insight, and growth facilitated through this 'time-line' exercise can be quite remarkable.
During reflection, it is vital to analyse thoughts, feelings, and behaviour at these critical junctures of performance. Similar analysis during episodes of overcoming major obstacles and showing signs of resilience can be really beneficial.
Reflections can boost self-belief and provide vital clues to reveal areas of strength for goal setting and improved performance. Finally, we are all naturally adept at analysing our moments of failure, but be sure to conduct this in a constructive way.
The Importance of Self-Reflection