In sports, athletes need to perform at their best to run the fastest, throw the furthest or jump the highest to win medals. Everything comes down to that single second, minute or game when athletes need to be performing at their peak. Their physical and mental training is designed for peak performance at the critical moment. Like athletes, employees need to achieve peak performance at certain critical times such as:
- Sales – Making a bid presentation for a big sales deal, closing deals at the end of the quarter or taking to a retain an existing account.
- HR/Learning – Developing an HR/Change plan for the impending merger, announcing retrenchments or a go live for LMS.
- Manufacturing – Reacting to a serious safety incident or go-live of a new facility.
- Marketing – New product launch or reacting to a major campaign by competitors.
- IT – Major systems upgrade or being hacked (denial of service).
- Finance – Year end reporting or reducing debt when the share price falls.
Every employee, athlete or individual performs at two levels; “business as usual” and peak performance (high stakes). In this webinar, a panel of experienced Learning professionals with an interest in sports performance management and training, discuss this important but hardly talked about topic.
What are the ingredients for peak performance? How do we measure peak performance?
Can we learn from sports training & coaching to design Learning that helps the employee perform at elevated levels of performance when required?
How much is Learning currently focusing on designing solutions for peak performance (compared to business as usual)?
What are the Learning design considerations for peak performance?
Who Should Attend?
Managers and senior professionals from
- Human Resources
- Learning and Development
- Organisational Development, People and Culture
- Workforce planning
Learning Design Features
Blended experiential learning workshop comprising of
- Two experienced facilitators
- Sophisticated team based online simulation
- Post workshop virtual review session
- Online resources
- Hamish McMaster – Hamish is a Registered Psychologist with over sixteen years experience in HR management and consulting for organisations such CBA, Macquarie Bank and Deloitte. Hamish is currently a Consulting Psychologist to the National and State UNSW Swim Squads.
- Jeevan Joshi – Founder – LearningCafe – Jeevan is an experienced Learning and HR practitioner who is passionate about the digitisation of Learning & HR . Jeevan has worked for EY, PWC, Boots, SumTotal and Upside.