Announcing a New Partnership with VSI Executive Education

Helping those we work with continue to grow – whether into their role at the top, or as part of their journey – is an important part of what we do. And why this year we will be partnering the team at VSI Executive Education.

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The Benefits of Being Part of a Smart and Diverse Group

Spending time thinking about how we interact with different people to affect a particular outcome is always time well spent – particularly when dealing with diverse experience and personalities as we do.

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Watching Our Appointments Progress

Elite Performance Partners previously appointed Gareth Jennings at Stoke City FC, so we were delighted to learn that his performance at the club lead to further career progression.

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Why It Pays to Think Ahead

As our team embarked upon their 2018 end of season tour, David Slemen shared these thoughts with his LinkedIn connections,

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Demonstrating How Our Work Aligns with Our Values

“From the sighs as people sat down in the unusually high number of reserved seats on the train from Bath to London today, I suspect I may be surrounded by stiff-legged runners feeling the ache after Sunday’s brilliant Bath Half Marathon…”, by Anna Edwards.

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Celebrating International Women’s Day

Diversity in all its forms is not just an important moral or ethical issue, it’s also a performance one. It’s a competitive advantage: diverse teams outperform homogeneous ones.

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Desert Island Books: 6 Books That Have Shaped My Journey

“While trawling the internet in search of Harry Potter costumes for my sons for World Book Day, I found myself thinking about which book I would have chosen that has influenced me and my decisions…”, by David Slemen

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Sharing Valuable Content from 21st Club

“I enjoyed reading another excellent article from our partners, the 21st Club this weekend, ‘A Wheeler Dealer You Can Trust’, highlighting one of the objective measurements we look at with them when recruiting head coaches. a manger’s perceived profile…”, by David Slemen

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