MENTAL PERFORMANCE INTENSIVES
One of HYPO2’s ongoing passions is seeing how it can take what it knows from working with world-class athletes and apply that experience and expertise to people outside of elite sport. And one area of particular interest is that of mental performance. What makes a great athlete’s mindset great? Is it something unique to people in high performance sport or can it be effectively translated to almost anyone and any high performance effort?
Without clarity of vision and action, along with disciplined strategies to support them, it’s difficult to maximize your potential. The chance to excel, to make your (and your team’s) maximum impact is lost. However, when you enter a key event with acute awareness of your strengths, a plan for how to use them, and the mental state needed to perform at your best, you’ve earned a high likelihood of success. This is true whether you stand on the start line of an Olympic final or that of your organization’s most important project.
HYPO2’s Mental Performance Intensive (MPI) program is designed to apply the performance psychology skills used by elite athletes to business professionals, bridging the gap between visions of success and the realization of them. Participants will learn the invaluable performance strategies of world-class athletes, uncover their authentic strengths, and design a future in which they are aligned. All participants will be equipped with the critical tools necessary to meet the demands of high performance, and learn how to apply them in an environment overseen by performance specialists experienced at working with athletes at the uppermost tier of elite sport.
The 100% Zoom-based MPI will enable participants to return to their own performance environment (whatever that environment may be) with greater clarity regarding the actions to take and the inner resources to draw upon in order to attain their own personal vision of excellence. They will go forward not only with enhanced belief in the attainability of their goals, but in their own competence as to how they can bring them to fruition.