Dr. Steve Peters – CV type stuff from the web
See also “What the Chimp does NOT say ~TJ77” for description of how Steve works in his own words gatherd fro the web
Steve Peters: Been there done that
1993-2005 Works at Rampton secure hospital as a forensic psychiatrist.
1994 Begins work as a senior clinical lecturer and undergraduate dean at University of Sheffield.
2001 Turns to cycling and befriends Dave Brailsford, now British Cycling performance director. Among first pupils are Chris Hoy and Victoria Pendleton. Goes on to work with GB Olympic cycling team and Team Sky.
2002 Works with police to profile Ian Huntley during investigation of the Soham murders.
2007 Aids England rugby union team as they reach World Cup final.
2011-12 Helps to revive Ronnie O’Sullivan’s career as snooker player wins fourth world title.
October 2012 Handed role with performance team at UK Athletics.
November 2012 Peters branches out to football to work with Liverpool.
Professor Steve Peters has been a vital cog in one of the country’s greatest ever stories of sporting success. A Consultant Psychiatrist working full time in Elite Sport, Steve is resident with the British Cycling Team, Team Sky and within the English Institute of Sport. –
His simple but ground breaking model of how the human brain functions, and particularly how it is DYSFUNCTIONAL, provides a completely new and innovative way of enabling leaders to inspire, motivate and drive their teams to even greater performances, as well as helping individuals understand themselves better and therefore perform at their best.
Through a highly interactive, thought provoking and practical workshop, Steve works with delegates to explore the implications of his model. His calm, credible and engaging approach helps peoples to tap into new techniques and ways of thinking in order to set and achieve strategic goals in the toughest of environments.
Key elements Steve can cover include:
– Understanding the Mind – Basics and Particulars.
– The Model explained – Always two perspectives/interpretations and reactions with any encounter.
– Managing your own “Chimp” and other people’s “Chimps”.
– Teamwork. Leadership, collaboration and inspiration.
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