Denis has dedicated the past twelve years researching, studying and teaching psychological interventions to individuals, teams and organisations. He provides simple practical mental skills and effective coping strategies so that you or your organisation can perform to your true potential. He will help you develop confidence, motivation, focus, discipline and mental toughness so that you can achieve your goals and pursue a successful career.
These easy-to-use coaching strategies are drawn from past experiences, psychological research and extensive consultations with small businesses, elite athletes, coaches and individuals. The strategies and tools he offers will bring immediate improvement to the quality of your performance whether it is work, life or sport.
He holds an honours Degree in Psychology and has an academic background in Coaching, Training, Finance and Enterprise Innovation. He is an ‘asker of questions’ and will challenge and empower you, your team or organisation to increase your performance and infuse you with a fire to achieve excellence.
I’ve been teaching and coaching this "hidden force" for twelve educating and fun years now. What's driving performance and behaviour is a very obedient and loyal servant. It often hijacks the decisions you think about and make every single day. In this exciting talk I teach how you can go from Servant to Master.
What if everything you knew about being smart, intelligent and successful was wrong? What if all the so called “Greats” in sport, business, academia, science and the arts weren’t so great after all? Could it be possible that effort trumps intelligence? In this talk some of the findings will astonish you and convince you that your qualities and abilities are not carved in stone.
In 2006 a study found that more than 40 percent of the actions people performed each day weren’t actual decision, but habits. Most of the choices we make each day may feel like the products of careful, measured decision making, but they’re not. In fact, they’re habits. It’s only in the past 20 years that neuroscientists have begun to understand how habits work and how they can be changed. In this talk we look at how habits are formed, how to build new habits and change old unwanted ones. .
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