On paper we know what works, and what we should do, and think, when we’re under pressure - as we’ve all been.
It’s simple - but it totally and absolutely - is not easy.
Surviving to Thriving focuses on transferring effective cognitive strategies into useful and relevant tools. The specific skill we need to consistently perform well in challenging circumstances, individually and collaboratively, without crashing or becoming burned-out, don’t develop as a matter of luck or chance. These are the result of a repeatable and learnable formula that can be applied to a broad range of circumstances and environments.
Who is Edmond Otis?
Edmond Otis is a licensed psychotherapist and internationally known speaker and performance coach who works with professionals, businesses, public and private organisations, athletes, sport teams, and everyday people – to increase resilience, perform under pressure, facilitate change, and dramatically improve outcomes and results.
Edmond and his family moved to New Zealand in 2008 and became citizens in 2015. He is a senior lecturer in Health and Sport Science at the Eastern Institute of Technology (EIT), and prior, a Senior Lecturer in Humanities, and Director of Martial Arts in Athletics, at the University of California, Riverside, where he was twice recipient of the University Distinguished Teaching Award.
In sport, Edmond is also an international instructor-coach and lifelong veteran of traditional karate training. He blends these distinctive skills and insights into his speaking, coaching and consulting style – teaching real skills, and creating dynamic content, effective strategies and pragmatic solutions for today's most complex professional, personal, and interpersonal challenges.
Professionally, and personally, Edmond is most interested in understanding the multitude of ways that our thoughts, emotions, behaviour, and relationships – impact our performance, our success, our health, and our quality of life.
Date and Location
Thursday 4 August, 9am - 10.30pm
You will be sent the details to 'attend' this ZOOM meeting once you are registered.
This workshop will be delivered using ZOOM. Please familiarise yourself with ZOOM, it is very easy and free to use.
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