Episode 38 Mastermind

Owen Eastwood

“We’ve forgotten the basic principles of togetherness – our ancestors knew better.”

In today’s mastermind episode, I delve into a conversation I had with one of the most in-demand performance coaches, Owen Eastwood. He has a fascinating view on team culture and leadership, and his recent book ‘Belonging: The Ancient Code of Togetherness’ unpacks some powerful insights about teamwork from the homo sapiens' evolutionary story to the latest thinking in psychology.

Owen works with the leaders of the English football and British Olympic teams and has worked with NATO and South African Cricket. Listen to this episode to learn more about the Maori Whakapapa philosophy, defining a shared purpose, the power of psychological safety, and how we can generate a sense of belonging even while our teams work remotely.

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Episode 39

Dame Sarah Storey

With 16 Paralympic Gold medals to her name, Dame Sarah Storey is one of the most successful paralympians of all time. She is a multiple gold medal winner at the Paralympic Games in both swimming and cycling and has broken 76 world records in her career spanning almost 30 years....


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