Learn the Physiological Keys to Being Exceptional Every Day
By Eileen McDonald
Friday, April 14, 2017
11:15 am - 1:00 pm Luncheon
Hackberry Creek Country Club
Coaching is an innovative approach in which the mind, emotions and physical body are seen as playing critical roles in managing performance. The first step in managing one’s self is understanding the function of the body’s unique nervous system, or body signals, which are the invisible somatic cues that lead to visible changes in presence, presentation and performance.
In this fast paced VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous) world, many of our clients are overwhelmed and stressed-out and not performing at their optimal level. Most individuals are unaware that the body’s physiology is the key to reaching optimal performance. When our system is out of balance, we act in ways that don’t seem rational. We have difficulty in sustaining attention, become less adaptable, and damage our own wellbeing.
Professional athletes understand the importance self-management and utilize techniques to achieve self-awareness, self-observation and self-regulation in order to be at the top of their game. The same principles can be applied to any top performer. More skillfully regulating the nervous system leads to improved focus, longer attention span, and increased productivity.
Our April 14 luncheon program features Eileen McDonald,
Cofounder and Chief Coaching Officer at Axeos Performance Institute.
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