How to Build Resilience (Free Webinar)

Date & Time:
Date(s): 08/07/2020
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Venue: Online
Cost: FREE

Event Details

The capacity to recovery quickly from difficulties, toughness… in conversation with Simon Hartley, respected sport psychology consultant and world-class performance coach.

Resilience is our ability to bounce-back from set-backs and to perform in real adversity. It’s a critical in-gredient in success and a key element of a winning mindset. It’s also a must-have component for any-one taking on tough challenges or navigating uncertainty.Do your team have the resilience required to succeed in a volatile world?How do you lead your team to take on those daunting… seemingly impossible challenges?During this Simon will share his insights, knowledge and experiences of developing resilience in world class environments, and how they enable people to take on some of the toughest challenges on Earth.He will share the systematic process he uses to develop mental toughness & character in elite athletes and world class performers. At the end of the session, you will leave with a set of tools and a tangible plan, which will enable you to build resilience, mental toughness and character in yourself and your team.

Interested in attending? Book your place!






Phone: 042 9336343

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