|Date of event:||4 December 2017|
|Event ends:||4 December 2017|
|Price:||£25 +VAT (10% discount for Henley alumni & current students) - Free for Coaching Centre members|
Coaching Webinar 2017 - Performance, Identity and Flow with Myles Downey - Monday 4 December 2017 - 18.30 - 19.30
This webinar will focus on coaching and performance. It will focus on two elements that lead to high performance for the coach and the player (coachee): identity (who I am in a specific role) and mental state; specifically flow. A further element, an undercurrent, is to take a look at what has been called ‘non-directive’ coaching in order to be better able to think about both identity and flow – and ultimately performance.
The speaker - Myles Downey
Myles is recognised as one of the leading business performance coaches in Europe with extensive experience spanning thirty years.
He was the Founder of The School of Coaching in the U.K., established in 1996 and the first of it’s kind (he sold the school in 2009), and was also part of the team that established The Alexander Corporation in 1987, which was acknowledged by The Economist Intelligence Unit as “the leading provider of Executive Coaching in Europe” in 1993 and in 1995.
In 2015 Myles established The School of Coaching International which operates through partners in the UK, in Russia and Vietnam (Zest Leaders) Ukraine (MCU) and in sub-Saharan Africa (IDM Business School).
In August 2016 Myles worked with the New Zealand Rugby Elite Coaches to develop their coaching skills and is currently working with the Coaches to the English Rugby National squad.
He is the creator of the Enable – ‘your place to think’ – an automated coaching system which is designed to bring high quality coaching to the many, affordably. There’s a video at: https://vimeo.com/170950559
“Enabling Genius – a mind-set for success in the 21st Century’ was published in March 2016. Myles is also the author of ‘Effective Modern Coaching’ published in November 2014 and of ‘Effective Coaching’ (in excess of 60,000 copies sold). Routledge has just contracted with Myles and Cliff Kimber to write ‘Born to Flow – the next frontier of performance’. A further book ‘The Sessions’ is available free at www.thesessions-book.com.
As a part of the Enabling Genius Project Myles committed to re-learning how to play tennis with the intent of returning to competitive tennis in seniors tournaments. Myles lives in London. He was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1959.