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To celebrate International Women’s Day, we’re going inside the mind of some of the most successful women from elite sport, business and the performing arts.
In this episode I tackle the belief systems that prevent us from being optimistic, with insights from Dr Dehra Harris, Dr Tara Swart, Nasser Hussain and Gro Sandal.
This episode delves into insights to help deconstruct what makes a great coach, and how they overcome common dilemmas which accompany this crucial role.
This episode dives into one of the highest profile coaches in sport, Eddie Jones. Tune in to learn more about Eddie’s coaching philosophy and how he creates a culture of continual improvement.
It’s been a tiring and challenging year. It’s now time to reflect on the lessons from this year and re-energise to tackle whatever 2021 has to throw at us.
This year more than ever we have to keep talking, and for many men this can be challenging. On 19th November it was International Men’s Day, so I want to dedicate this episode to the mental wellbeing of men.
This episode explores six strategies to make better quality decisions, through a diverse range of experts across sport, business, academia, and the military.
In this episode we learn about Sue Campbell’s inner-game. As a leader, we need to be resilient more than ever and empower our team members to think through challenges.
Becoming a champion takes incredible sacrifice and discipline. In this episode we explore the science of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation.
This episode reflects over what to do when facing low points, with insights from from British cycling coach Sir Dave Brailsford and others.
In this episode we explore practical ways to manage our technology and develop healthier stress and recovery cycles in our daily lives.
Jeremy unpacks an interview with England Cricketer Stuart Broad, learning the routines and strategies he uses to focus on his mind under pressure.
Jeremy picks out expert insights from Sporting Edge’s digital library about how to get the best out of big characters.
In the run up to this week’s West Indies cricket match in England, we explore the mindset of one of the sport’s biggest legends &mash; Sir Viv Richards.
In this episode, Jeremy takes in questions from listeners and delves into the Sporting Edge digital library for answers. Hear what former Champion jockey Sir A.P McCoy has learnt about mental toughness, and 16-year-old AI Expert Tanmay Bakshi’s philosophy about failure.
Delving into Sporting Edge’s Digital Performance Zone library, hear what Dr Jo Kandola and Professor Binna Kandola have learnt about recognising and changing our bias.
In this episode, Jeremy uncovers the advice from top-performing athletes and business leaders like cricketer Sir Viv Richards, canoeist Anna Hemmings MBE, and Google’s Kirk Vallis.
Jeremy showcases insights from The Winning Mindset for Leaders Programme to show how we can manage our own mindset and get comfortable with uncertainty.
Jeremy reflects over his conversations with anti-apartheid campaigners Ahmed Kathrada and Denis Goldberg, who were imprisoned alongside Nelson Mandela for over 20 years.
The biggest barrier to our success is often our own mindset. Recorded especially for both parents and ambitious youngsters, Jeremy uncovers the psychology behind some of our greatest athletes.
With the deadly Covid-19 virus spreading across the globe, this special edition episode provides key insights and strategies from wellbeing, health, sleep and psychology experts.
Role clarity, goal alignment and honest conversations are constantly needed to build a strong team. As leaders, we need to set this tone early.
Teamwork is so powerful yet so rare. With our teams in a dynamic state of flux, leaders need to overcome common psychological challenges in order to set their teams up for success.
Change is everywhere: in your personal life, at work, in politics and in the environment. The lack of control can bring us down; so we need to learn how to win the mental battle.
Fear is inevitable. But when fear gets in the way of our performance, we need to learn new ways to cope.