In any given moment, how well a person performs, is being influenced not only by the level of their craft, and by their psychology, but also by what is going on in their body – their physiology. Levels of fatigue and/or stress will impact how well they can perform both in the moment, and also how sustainable their performance is over time.
Having a strong physiology facilitates high-performance, provides a robust buffer to the increasing demands and stresses being placed on people, and is fundamental to physical well-being and sustainable high-performance. There are many simple, and effective ways to optimise and train a person’s physiological state, increase their energy levels, reduce the impact of fatigue and stress, and enhance performance.
In this session a range of practical, and evidence-based strategies and approaches, will be taught, drawing on the latest research in human performance, physiology and neuroscience.
Role-plays and exercises are used throughout to enable delegates to practice their new skills.