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Peak Performance

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Peak Performance, Mindfulness and Resilience in the Workplace In-house Workshop

Managing one’s energy at work is a modern juggling act, and it is the individuals and teams who understand the latest research and best practice in the areas of both performance and recovery who have the advantage in today’s workplace.

This course is an investment in building sustainable work performance. It is ideal for people who want to learn more about harnessing their best selves in today’s challenging world. Participants will learn evidence-based practical skills from the latest research from performance and sports psychology, positive psychology and emerging mindfulness-based approaches to keep on track at work...engaged, energised and sustained.

Topics covered include: Understanding and Accessing the Psychological State of Flow, Peak Performance and Recovery cycles, Attention Restoration Theory (ART), Exploring one’s Ideal Performance State (IPA), Applying Positive Psychology from the ‘PERMA’ model, Recovery from Mental Fatigue.

By the end of the day, each participant will leave with a toolkit of practical individualised strategies to enable ongoing performance and recovery at work and beyond.

COURSE OUTLINE
• Peak performance and recovery cycles and the role of oscillation
• Inverted U Curve Model and Peak Performance
• Csikszentmihalyi’s Flow Theory and how it can be applied for Optimum Performance
• Identifying one’s unique Ideal Performance State (IPA)
• Role of Positive Psychology PERMA model (positive emotion, engagement, relationships, meaning, accomplishment) in the development of personal and team resilience
• Attention Restoration Theory (ART) and Mindfulness as evidence-based tools to support ongoing Peak Performance

PLANNED LEARNING OUTCOMES
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
1. Understand the role of recovery and oscillation in performance cycles
2. Strategise areas which require further development
3. Plot oscillation to monitor resilience
3. Apply own individual personalised plan for growth and recovery


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