If health, safety, environment or quality are all an outcome of normal work, doesn’t it make sense then to focus on improving the performance of work itself?
Here’s an example: Safety relies on the high-quality relationships between a leader and their team. To create high-quality relationships a leader needs to have clarity, presence, empathy, and be able to bring their best selves to work every day.
But as you can see below most people AREN’T operating at their best. Most people are highly stressed, distracted, and disengaged.
The factors that create peak performance in people and teams have been known for years. Just ask an Olympic downhill skier
flying down a mountain at top speed or an AFL team who just won a grand final.
What if we viewed workers as ‘corporate or industrial athletes’? Would we invest more time helping them perform at their best, improving teamwork and capability?
We’ve been studying and working alongside world-leading peak performance experts, The Flow Research Collective (led by world-renowned researcher and writer, Steven Kottler) to do just that – create peak human and collective performance to help workplaces thrive.