How To LEAD A World Class Team
Thursday, 23 April 2015 from 08:30 to 17:30 (BST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
How to LEAD a World Class Team, with Simon Hartley, MSc
Following the tremendous success of “How to Build a World Class Team”, we are delighted to launch our second fantastic workshop.
How can you develop world class leadership? How do the very best leaders enable their teams to deliver world class performances consistently? What can we learn from them and adopt?
During this session we’ll be drawing from some of the greatest leaders in the world, such as a twice Michelin starred chef, Special Forces leaders, elite racing yacht skippers, world class sports coaches, and a Red Arrows team leader. We will even draw on leadership wisdom from the animal kingdom!
What makes these leaders world class, and how can we adopt their principles?
We will discover the five keys to world class leadership, and how you can systematically develop them.
We’re not just going to learn the theory! During this exclusive one-day workshop, we’re going to apply these principles to your leadership. Whether you’re in business, sport, education or healthcare, this highly practical session will focus specifically on helping you to apply the approaches in your context.
At the end of the session, you will have a tangible, specific and personal action plan to develop world class leadership.
To ensure we keep it personal, this workshop is limited to just 12 people!
Simon Hartley, MSc.
Simon Hartley is a globally respected sport psychology consultant and performance coach. He helps athletes and business people to get their mental game right. For almost 20 years, Simon has worked with gold medallists, world record holders, world champions, top five world-ranked professional athletes and championship winning teams. He has worked at the highest level of sport, including spells in Premiership football, Premiership rugby union, First Class County Cricket, Super League, golf, tennis, motor sport and with Team GB Olympians. Last season, Simon helped Yorkshire County Cricket Club to win the LV County Championship.
2011 saw the publication of Simon’s first book, Peak Performance Every Time, which was followed in 2012 by How To Shine, and in 2013 by Two Lengths of the Pool. In 2014 Simon published Could I Do That?and How To Herd Cats. In addition, he has delivered an array of events and Conferences.
For almost 10 years, Simon has also applied the principles of sport psychology to business, education, healthcare and the charity sector. This has included projects with some of the world’s leading corporations and foremost executives. He is also an international professional speaker, delivering keynotes throughout the world.
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