Inspiring leaders to Olympic standard
Published at 15:57, Wednesday, 26 January 2011
FOLLOWING on from the success of the visit by Duncan Bannatyne, the Centre for Leadership Performance is welcoming another inspirational speaker.
Olympic Cycling Coach, Dan Hunt, will be speaking at Energus, Lillyhall, on Wendesday, February 2.
Andy Smith, director of the Centre for Leadership Performance, said: “Dan’s presentation will cover the transformation of the British cycling team from its also-ran status at the start of the decade into world leaders.
“He will explain the podium mentality and culture change that has contributed towards the goal of becoming the best coaching team in the world, and the phenomenal success that is being enjoyed along the route.
“You don’t need to be a pedal-pusher to be motivated by this story, which will be full of resonances for anyone wanting to improve the performance of their team.”
To request a place email louise.gardham@cforlp. org.uk.
Places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis.
The Centre for Leadership Performance aims to develop leadership capability across the private, public and civic sectors in Cumbria.
In 2008, Nuclear Management Partners committed to strengthening the region’s leadership capability. As a vehicle to achieving this, NMP has embarked on establishing and driving forward a Centre for Leadership Performance.
Mr Smith said: “Imaginative, capable and informed leadership is a vital ingredient in the regeneration and development of a thriving and vibrant economy and society.We are currently developing a tier of activity which will specifically concentrate and expand upon our leadership masterclasses theme.”
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