Critical Decision Making & Heightened Performance Intelligence
Do you want to know how to improve your capacity to perform at your best?
In today's constantly connected world of work our ability to make critical decisions under pressure is often degraded by poor behaviour that compound over time and increase stress.
This session will address the challenges that the rapid speed and intensity of complex high stress work environments can represent. A high pressure work environment requiring critical decision making with limited information, shares many similar characteristics with the world of the high performance athlete or the military intelligence community. Intense effort, thriving under pressure, focused concentration and the ability to recover are fundamental to success. Being able to consistently perform at your peak requires a balance between intense effort and essential periods of rest and recovery. To execute your best performance moments, ground work is required before the event itself, whether that event is a few seconds or a few weeks.
This workshop will contribute to the development of high performance behaviours in four areas - the way you think; the way your work; the way you balance stress and the way you eat and move.
This engaging, scientifically backed session, aims to move participants from knowing what to do, to doing it and most importantly making it part of their daily routine.
Jason is a Director with the People & Change Practice at KPMG and a recognised leader in human development, performance and productivity. For the past 25+ years he has worked with CEOs, executive teams and entire organisations from Corporate, Defence, Government and the NFP to develop the highest levels of leadership ability and inspire performance driven from the heart as well as the head.
KPMG Performance Clinic provides ongoing consultancy to organisations including Microsoft, AMP, Sanofi, Boral, IAG, CBA, Defence, Lend Lease, NAB, Telstra and government departments.
Jason facilitates engaging and involved high-energy keynote presentations ensuring the audience engage personally with the concepts of high performance enabling them to implement an immediate change to their bias for high performance.
Jason is an avid adventure race, ultra runner, Advisory Board Member of Soldier On and current serving member of the Army Reserve.
The presentation will be followed by a 1 hour networking opportunity.
Slide presentation by Jason Murray
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