The event featured inspirational speakers from the top levels of business and sport – including a world record-holding paraglider and the man in charge of producing the medals for London 2012.
Under the banner ‘Igniting higher performance’
They also learned the secrets of leaders and managers who consistently develop world-beating capabilities and top-class performance in their teams through a strategic focus on behaviour.
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Phil Braybrooke, global leadership development expert, explained how behavioural strategies focused on differentiators of high performance have helped his Velocity 3 in 1 international junior cycling race team build talent and develop success on an international platform.
Simon Walker – a specialist in team dynamics and leadership who skippered the yacht ‘Toshiba’ in the BT Global Challenge round the world race – considered the impact of changing attitudes, values and behaviours on business performance.
Sarah Fenwick – a sports psychologist who holds three paragliding world records and now works with athletes and extreme expeditions – shared the secrets of mental and physical preparation which enable people to step beyond their comfort zone to achieve their full potential.
Adam Lawrence, Chief Executive of the Royal Mint, which is currently producing the Olympic and Paralympic gold, silver and bronze medals, explained the leadership challenges involved in transforming the Royal Mint into a truly world class organisation.
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