Be World Class
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 champions, world record holders, 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 Cricket, Super League, golf, tennis, motor sport and with Team GB Olympians.
Since 2011, Simon has also published seven books, including How To Herd Cats; Leading A Team of Independent Thinkers and Stronger Together; How Great Teams Work.
For over 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.
Company Profile: Their purpose is to help you to maximise your performance, realise your potential and work towards to becoming world class in your field. They study world class performers, teams, leaders and organisation, to discover what differentiates them from their competitors. They help you to adopt these principles into your own performance and become great!
Leaders have a unique challenge. How do you galvanise a team of human beings, each of whom have their own individual set of thoughts, feelings, values and beliefs? How do you pull together a senior leadership team, who may also bring their egos and self-interests? How do you resolve the difference between the desires of an individual and the needs of the team?
It’s like trying to herd cats!
So, how do you ‘herd cats’?
During this talk, Simon will share some unique insights that he has gleaned from working with and studying world class teams and leaders. In addition to his work in elite level sport, Simon has studied world leaders in a wide range of disciplines, from Michelin starred kitchens, to Special Forces operations and exceptional teams such as The Red Arrows. As well as great human teams, Simon has also studied the best teams in the animal kingdom, to discover what makes them exceptional. To help you apply these principles to your organisation, Simon will also share case study examples from his work with leaders in sport, business and education.
At the end of the session you will…