Duration: 1 hour
By applying the mental models used by elite athletes, leaders can positively and purposefully enhance their performance. This presentation offers a variety of cognitive and behavioral techniques that can be used to cultivate confidence, mental toughness and resilience.
- Learn about “flow” states
- Examine and understand the self-fulfilling prophecy
- Develop a mental filter
- Learn to control self-talk
- Develop and use empowering affirmations
Audience: Anyone in a leadership position who wants to be a more effective leader
Bill Adams is a Senior Business Associate, Government Sector, at the Center for Creative Leadership, a not-for-profit research and educational institution in Greensboro, NC. His focus is designing and delivering leadership programs for senior military and government officials. Bill is an expert in leadership and enhancing performance to unleash the power of people in the workplace and our everyday lives. An experienced leader developer with many years of developing leaders through instruction, coaching, mentoring and experiential learning activities, Bill has the proven ability to build and sustain winning teams. Bill is a former career military officer with 11 years of higher education teaching experience. He directed the Center for Enhanced Performance at West Point for five years developing the full potential of over 4,000 student-athletes and leaders through applied performance psychology training resulting in league and national championships and Olympic appearances and medals. Bill earned a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point and a M.S. in Psychology from Virginia Tech.