Keynote Presentation Topics
Coaching for Performance
The truth is, most of the strategies used to increase performance don’t work. They are terribly ineffective. As the approach is so common, we don’t blame the strategy or ourselves, we blame the individual, letting them go, saying “I told them what to do, what more could I do?” Having coached in world class environments for 15 years, I would love to show you some tricks I use.
Solving People Problems
Initiative, ownership, quality control, motivation, having staff who give a damn – these attributes are abundant in the dynamic and agile companies which lead their industries. Yet their company culture is not due to luck or a cool office space. It is the result of dissolving the grey area people can hide in.
Best Day Thinking
Best Day Thinking (BDT) is the mental strategy I developed to improve the performance of a host of international athletes. Essentially BDT is a strategy for staying fully focused in very stressful, distracting or oppressive situations, when you still need to be at your best. It’s very effective, has been tested successfully on the world stage and is transferable to any situation.
Motivating People’s Core
Have you ever sat down exhausted only to find the remote control out of reach? Did it break your spirit a little? Did you look for a lazy way to get the remote? Maybe you just watched crap TV instead. That’s how many people feel in their work and life. Their spirit has left them and encouragement is not the solution. This presentation is about the art of re-inspiring people at their core, consistently.