RESILIENCE TRAINING & COACHING
Sports Right & Negotiation Consultant
Our trainer is a Chartered Accountant and Economist by qualification, having worked at Coopers and Lybrand (now PWC), Hambros Investment Bank and the BBC, where he was Head of Sports Rights.
He specialises in teaching and coaching Negotiation and Influencing, having negotiated hundreds of sports rights deals with every leading world sports rights body including FIFA, UEFA, IOC, F1, the NFL, NBA and the English Premier League.
His other areas of expertise include Financial and Business Strategy, Communications, Presentation, Tendering and Bidding.
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About RQi Training
Resilience is our ability to adapt positively to times of significant stress, and enables us to bounce back from difficult times and grow as a person. Covid-19 has caused unprecedented amounts of change and stress, so it is vital to support a team’s well-being and engagement by improving resilience strategies and techniques. Resilience training is often generic, so we offer the world-leading RQi resilience psychometric tool as the basis behind all our resilience programmes. The RQi was developed over 8 years, based on the 6 key elements of resilience and can provide individual and team measurement using an online questionnaire.
One or more short 90-minute sessions focusing on each of the six main elements which make up the RQi. There is an option for participants to complete the RQi questionnaire for their own information and reference, and to influence the emphasis of each session.
A longer programme based on RQi responses from members of the same team or company. This would cover a full cross-section of resilience and well-being training. targeting specific organisational needs. It would be based on a number of 2-hour sessions - usually grouped into ½ day blocks - and would include individual goal setting and group follow up.
Similar to (2) but with an initial team workshop followed by personal coaching sessions to address specific individual needs. Coaching would be one or two initial sessions with at least one follow up session per person. This allows specific measurable goals to be agreed, reviewed, and updated as necessary
A resilience programme targeting managers on how to build resilience in their teams. 85% of managers acknowledge that employee well-being is their responsibility, but only 30% of managers’ report they have received any training (Business In The Community – Mental Health at Work 2018 report).