One of the keys to performance and wellness lies in our ability to bounce back from adversity. Most have us have experienced some kind of large adversity, either in the workplace or personally, and having a clear strategy to deal with these situations helps us get back to our best quicker. Quite often, though, it is the small cuts of every-day-adversity that impact us enormously: our rejected sales calls, a lack of quick wins, or constantly being challenged to be better when we think we’ve already given out best.
Over more than 20 years, Tony Wilson has dealt with elite athletes and other high performers who have to keep picking themselves up when they feel they’ve been knocked down. In this presentation, he shows us the cutting edge skills that help people boost themselves, their attitudes, their motivation and their performance and get back on track after setbacks. He shows us how to manage emotions, change our internal dialogue and how to work on the skills of optimism and happiness, which have been shown to drive resilience and grit.
Work Life Performance is the new Work Life Balance. And Focus is the cure for busy-ness.
Work life balance is not a compromise and it’s not a sign of mediocrity. Work-life balance is essential to performing at our best in and out of the office. Productivity studies in Australia show that the most productive people aren’t the ones who are first in the office and leave late at night. People with work-life-balance are up to 2.5 times more productive than those without.
In this presentation, you’ll find out why. And when work-life-balance is done right, you not only get improved relationships and personal achievement, but you get better at your job as a result.
Tony Wilson shows us why work-life-balance is so important, but so elusive to the average high performing worker. From this workshop, your people will develop strategies to work with more productivity and focus, and take those same performance skills and apply them to their life outside the office as well.