I am in England this week. I am taking part in the ECB’s Leading to Performance Conference at the Football Association’s St George’s Park, Burton-on-Trent.
There are six keynote addresses during the two days of the Conference.
- A welcome address by Paul Downton.
- Andy Flower on Leading and Learning.
- Simon Weston on his story.
- Peter Moores, Andy Flower and Kevin Shine on the Fellowship of Elite Coaches.
- Gemma Morgan on The Sticky Stuff.
- Stuart Lancaster.
There are six workshops on Day 1 of the Conference:
- Leadership with Integrity (Harry Bartlett)
- The Silent Killers of Coaching Careers (John Neal)
- In Transition (me)
- Perception and Change (Keir Worth)
- Leading the Lions (Mark Robinson)
- Action Types Applied (Gordon Lord and Mark Garaway)
There are seven workshops on Day 2:
- Pace Update (Kevin Shine and Dave Alred)
- The Neuroscience of Leadership (Tony Faulkner)
- Assisting Reflection (Richard Halsall)
- Supporting ‘winning habits’ (Changing Minds)
- On the Bus (me)
- Critical Determinants of Performance (Toni Minichello, Pete Lindsay and Paul Brice)
- An Alternative View of Talent Selection and Development (Lew Hardy)
It is a very full program. I hope to post about the keynotes and workshops.
My trigger presentation for my workshop on Day 1 can be found here.