Equip yourself with the mindset, skills, and strategies to navigate any crisis confidently.
Our ability to perform in each moment is determined mainly by where we place our attention and how we make sense of the situation. It explains why even the most competent people can fail to perform at their full potential, especially under pressure.
As well as our plans, we also need to consider how we deliberately develop the mindset that enables individuals and teams to walk towards the pressure and perform when it matters most.
We approach mindset as a skill. It can be broken down and learnt; this forms the basis of our performing under pressure training. The techniques featured in our courses are derived from sports, the military, psychology, and neuroscience.
We will teach you how to change how your body and brain respond to stress, allowing you to perform at your best, even under pressure. Learn proven techniques to reduce stress, boost focus, and increase resilience.
Develop Your Crisis Mindset: create your performing under pressure toolkit.
Our new half-day course will help you explore the essential elements of responding to an incident or crisis. Discover the critical role mindset plays in determining your performance and understand the impact of stress and uncertainty on your thinking, feeling, and behaviour.
You will learn how to build on your strengths, shift unhelpful attitudes, and create more choice in how you react to challenges. Learn how to manage stress, enhance wellbeing, and explore the impact of stress on performance.
Using state-of-the-art technology and electrocardiogram sensors, we will collect and analyze your heart rate variability to highlight the impact of stress on your performance. We will introduce you to five different tools to help you perform under pressure and provide you with strategies to continue building your mental toolkit.
Register your interest in this new course using the form above, and we will contact you with dates and prices.
"Between stimulus and response, there is space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.”