Maximise Your Potential      “Develop A Performance Mind-Set”

Maximise Your Potential “Develop A Performance Mind-Set”

Nov 21 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Inside Leadership releases and develops the talent in people to enable them to fulfill their potential and become world class leaders and performers across all environments.

Join Paul Shaw and special guest speaker Tony Smith, former England and GB Rugby League Head Coach on this one day course.

You’ll learn how you can maximise your leadership potential to achieve high quality results. Everyone has leadership potential but many managers and leaders do not fulfill or maximise their leadership potential. This workshop will give you the techniques and tools to do that!

Special Reduced rate of £150 per person

9:00am – Arrival & Refreshments

9:15am – Welcome, introductions and outline of the day

9:30am – Explore mind-set concepts

10:30am – Insight into developing resilience

11:30 – Refreshments

11:45am – Speaker (Tony Smith, former Great Britain Rugby League Head Coach)

 1:00pm – Lunch

1:45pm – Performing your role when under pressure

 2:45pm – Refreshments

 2:45pm – Exploring ways to develop your belief

 3:30pm – Developing a performance mind-set to improve performance and achieve greater results

 5:00pm – Summary of the day & Identifying actions

for further details please contact  Paul Shaw directly:

Mobile: 07825 756340

Email: paul@insideleadership.co.uk

W: https://insideleadership.co.uk/

 

Tony Smith

Tony Smith grew up in rural New South Wales, Australia on a small dairy farm. He left school to work in the banking industry. This career lasted 7 years and was combined with competing as a professional rugby league player. Tony played professional rugby league for 11 years.

Upon retirement from playing Tony began the next stage of his professional life as a rugby league coach, a career that spanned 21 years.

He and his family moved to England in 2000. Tony began his professional coaching career in England with a possible “world record” 15 consecutive losses! He managed to survive that start going on to coach at 3 clubs, winning trophies at each one. Tony was also appointed the National Coach of England and Great Britain. He became a proud British Citizen in 2009.

Tony has recently retired from coaching rugby league and has embarked on a new career as a consultant in Leadership Support and Welfare. He has consulted for a number of organisations including the Premier League and The League Managers Association.