- Lessons that Executives can learn from Elite Athletes
- Why some executives thrive under pressure, while others wilt.
- Identify how to operate at, or near your peak, at work under all conditions.
- Network with industry, current students and alumni
What to expect
‘The Corporate Athlete’ – Lessons that Executives can learn from the way elite athletes prepare for events
Join us in Melbourne on Thursday 15 November at our interactive Masterclass which will build on a Harvard Business Review (2001) article and it “mind, body, spirit” thesis, through exploring why some executives thrive under pressure, while others wilt.
Our MBA Masterclasses involve real leadership and discussion of people, strategy and business. We value the opportunity to give back to our students and network and understand that change is the new normal. Leaders that understand and embrace organisational change, benefit from an increased level of assurance around change impacts, business readiness and initiative outcomes.
Hosted by our MBA Program Director, Justin Pierce and Doctor Daniel Evans, a former athlete, with over 20 years experience in directorships, general management, advisory and consultancy roles. Dr. Evans current role is GM at Templeton Galt and also lectures at Ashridge Business School.
Dr. Evans will explore numerous concepts and ideas to help you identify how to operate at, or near your peak at work, under all conditions. Including, but not limited to; neuroscience, emotional intelligence, core physiology, and motivation. All attendees at this Masterclass will also undertake a psychometric assessment as part of the workshop.
If you’re thinking about starting your MBA or elevate your international sports career, this is the Masterclass for you. We also encourage current students, graduates and industry professionals to attend.
The Master of Business Administration Sports Management Real Madrid Graduate School course is delivered by Torrens University Australia Ltd, ABN 99 154 937 005, RTO 41343, CRICOS 03389E.
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