performance enhancement
at work

Not time, but energy matters

It is not only time that we need to get things done. Perhaps more importantly, we need energy to do so. Optimizing our energy levels while developing a strong personal core that can lead that energy the way we deeply intend to.

Without optimal quantity, quality, focus, and force of energy, we compromise whatever we do.

That is why some people can manage more, experience better, and lead to success and fulfillment faster than others.

The number of hours per day is fixed, but the amount of quality and quantity of energy available  to us is not.

Let’s learn how to take control over it.

Recognize your potential

Execute your vision - train your mindset

Mindset in numbers

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“There is power in knowing nothing
when your pursuit is to know everything.”

Tom Bilyeu, Quest Nutrition co-founder

Discover your potential

Self-exploration is a crucial part of the process towards mastery. Learning the technical components of a sport is an essential part of developing within a particular domain.

Looking at one’s mindset from a similar perspective is one of the ways that help uncover mental processes that speed up / slow down the learning and executing process.

Through a high-level self-reflection and consultant’s guidance, an athlete explores his potential by acknowledging and working on his strenghts and room for improvement, 

What's our work about?

Based on the client’s individual needs and consultant’s assessment, the consultant creates a periodized mental training plan (focus on specific topics with a specific frequency of training and consultations).

Consultations

Consultations are the main vehicle towards one’s self-exploration and development. Consultation is a meeting of two experts – the expert on mental performance (the consultant) and the expert on life (you).

 Through scientifically proved methods and constructive collaboration, the consultant and the client strategize their work into a fully individualized, most effective way.

Mental training

Mental training is the technical component of the work. It focuses on what mental skills to train and what mental tools to use, and when/how to apply both.

Preperformance routines, relaxation techniques, techniques for optimizing energy, productive self-talk, exercises on concentration and managing emotions are some examples of tools enhancing performance.

two paths

Individual work

Consultations for performance enhancement for individuals pursuing their careers.

Individual assessment, creating action plan, improving areas of life that affect overall well-being reflecting in low performance.

GROUP
workshops & SESSIONS

Working within the organization on different levels of employment for improving performance qualities among and within working teams.

After an assessment period, the consultant provides evaluation of inter/intrapersonal mental skills. 

The consultant then offers a strategized training plan for the organization, and during execution, the consultant keeps evaluating the teams and adjusts the plan if necessary.

Areas of our competency and your growth

Potential consulting topics

energy control

define and reach mental and physical state that is optimal for your performance

resilience
&
mental toughness

developing abilities to bounce back from stressful / undesired events

burnout prevention

developing abilities to bounce back from stressful / undesired events

Stress management

ability to deal with stress leads to managing moments that matter the most

Effective communication

strategies for conflict prevention and enhanced cooperation

Work-life balance

applying full dis/engagement to increase recovery for achieving balance

concentration
&
confidence

developing attention skills to execute demanding tasks efficiently

intrinsic motivation
&
purpose exploration

increasing motivation, developing commitment through core personal and collective values

effective decision making

increasing motivation, developing commitment to core personal and collective values

leadership

skills for adapting mindset for enhancing execution and learning

creativity
&
managing stereotype

defining priorities and strategizing their execution

time-management
&
action plan

defining priorities and strategizing their execution

Organizational topics

team leadership

define and reach mental and physical state that is optimal for your performance

mentoring skills

ability to deal with stress leads to managing moments that matter the most

collective burnout prevention

developing attention skills to execute demanding tasks efficiently

collective
growth mindset

skills for adapting mindset for enhancing execution and learning

team leadership

define and reach mental and physical state that is optimal for your performance

mentoring skills

ability to deal with stress leads to managing moments that matter the most

collective burnout prevention

developing attention skills to execute demanding tasks efficiently

collective
growth mindset

skills for adapting mindset for enhancing execution and learning

FAQ

most frequently asked questions

The client typically meets the consultant once a week for a 50 min to hour-long session. Some clients feel they reached their goals after 3 sessions, some after a year, some work with the consultant for several years on a constant basis to not only reach a certain level but also maintain and continuously improve their mental skills.

In the first stage, the consultant asks a lot of questions (potentially applies paper assessments) to evaluate a client’s situation, This leads to a constructive collaboration with a client.

A client is one who leads most of the conversations. The consultant is one who offers expertise on what / how can affect clients situation. A client reflects on it, and both, the consultant and the client search for an effective solution.

There is a strict rule of confidentiality across all psychological professions. The consultant will keep all the content discussed with the client private unless 1) the client himself would like the consultant to share it, and 2) the consultant needs to protect you or the public from serious harm, child or elderly abuse, or to respond to an order from a court.

Even though, it is undoubtedly better to visit a professional later than never, the most effective mental training happens at a time a client has space for self-exploration, testing mental skills, and practicing them.

If you are not sure when is the right time for you and if the services would be maximized, ask the consultant.

Absolutely not. Working on one’s own potential is a strength. Acknowledging current obstacles, discussing them, and learning new skills is a highly courageous act most likely supporting the fact that you care about what you do and who you are, and are open to new possibilities.

Managing nerves is not the only area you can work on. Improving concentration, strategizing mental/physical recovery, and working on performance enhancement itself are some examples clients like to work on.

In addition to handling the nerves, the problem itself might be just an expression of disbalance in other areas of a client’s mindset or life. The consultant always aims for the big picture.

That’s absolutely worth discussing with the consultant. The work with the consultant can usually be flexible, depending on a situation, possibilities, and your goals.

The consultant will suggest the most effective way for the client how to reach their goals. From there, all is set based on mutual agreement and monitoring effectivity of the current approach.

Absolutely not. The consultant will give you full freedom in terms of what you would like to share with her. In fact, you will be the leader of the discussions for the most part of the consulting process. The consultant-client relationship is solely a relationship of collaboration and mutual respect of boundaries of both.

That being said, opening up might be a step towards self-exploration and acceptance leading to solving a certain situation. The consultant will remind you on that.

It all starts with a conversation...

Please, leave any question you may have related to our services or your performance. We will get back to you as soon as possible.

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