Imagine being able to apply a winning performance mindset to everyday work situations such as making presentations razor sharp; wowing new clients; being in control during performance appraisals; staying cool during even the most hectic and pressurised days; maintaining your self-belief even when things go wrong; and, making the right decision at the right time.
Dr Steve Bull is a chartered psychologist, speaker, author and ‘high performance consultant’. During his 30 year career he has coached CEOs, Olympic Gold Medalists, NATO officers, professional actors and university academics. He has served as the Great Britain Team Headquarters Psychologist at 3 Olympic Games - a role which involved working across all sports with athletes, coaches and team managers. He also worked with the England Cricket Team for 17 years - during which time he fulfilled the roles of team psychologist, leadership coach and change management consultant.
Steve has worked in the corporate world as a coaching psychologist since the late 1990s and has consulted with a wide range of companies in Europe, the USA and the Middle East. His ‘key’ areas of business consultancy fall within three categories - executive coaching, leadership team effectiveness and resilience in the workplace.
Dr Steve Bull’s popular speech topics include:
• Resilience at Work
• Striving for Peak Performance
• High Performance Environments and Culture Change
• High Performance Leadership
• Building High Performance Teams
• Acquiring the Winning Edge
He is the author of several books - the latest of which “The Game Plan: Your guide to mental toughness at work” has received considerable praise and sold in more than 10 countries around the world. He has also provided numerous expert interviews on national TV and radio, including BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5 and SKY news broadcasts.
Dr Steve was a university academic for 14 years, earned a PhD in Applied Psychology in 1990 and in 2006 was awarded an Honorary Doctorate for “outstanding work as a sport psychologist at national and international levels”.