Building and developing the right environment to drive performance
The simple things make the biggest difference.
We’ve condensed science, research and insight from sport and business to create a series of clear steps that drive performance and create effective, dynamic teams.
Work with us for
- Purpose and direction
- Knowing yourself and your team
- Values, attitudes and behaviours
- Leveraging strengths and diversity
our unique blend
Mixing things up keeps it interesting - and drives messages home in fresh ways.
- Initial and continued consultancy to keep everyone on track
- Behavioural profiles
- Keynote speeches
Our world class athletes bring fresh insight and vivid inspiration. And we’ll reinforce the programme with case studies from sport and other high-performing environments - and your own real life workplace scenarios.
get in touch or browse these articles to discover more
I’m new in as a CEO. How can I quickly understand my team?
There’s now a huge amount of research around team dynamics. Chat to us about our work - or for a quick read, take a look at our must-know highlights:
What Google learnt about building the perfect team.
How can I best harness all the great people and skills in my team?
Sports psychology has a lot to offer here. Putting the focus on improvements and approaching conflict with a spirit of collaboration are just two clear changes you can make. Get more insight here:
The ingredients of a high-performing team.
Is there a secret formula to a high performing team?
Culture is a fascinating topic and if you get the culture right, your perfect team will often self-select. Read what Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos had to say about it here:
What can Amazon teach us about a high-performing culture and environment.
What is organisational culture, and what drives it?
We’ve found that we can inspire management teams until the cows come home - but if the company culture won’t support it, all that development is a waste of time. Discover how to drive it here:
Organisational culture: Does it matter and what drives it?