High-Performing Teams in a Virtual World - A webinar as part of the BGP Response Programme

Cranfield's three-phased programme of activities to help owner-managers of SMEs face the specific business challenges of the COVID-19 crisis and to help them get their businesses ready for the bounce back.

The BGP Response Team is presenting this webinar in collaboration with Will It Make The Boat Go Faster? Ltd Co-Founder and Olympic Gold Medallist, Ben Hunt-Davis, and Director of Consulting, Jamie MacPherson to provide our SME community with timely and relevant information to understand how to react to these unprecedented times. 

Creating High-Performing Teams is the goal of any leader, but while many managers claim they have succeeded, it is a hard job to get it right. And that is even when the team is physically together all the time. 

Ben Hunt-Davis knows how painful and long this journey can be and how many obstacles the team, the coach/leader and each individual has to go through to succeed finally. He and his team managed and were rewarded with the gold medal for the Rowing Men's Eight at the Olympic Games in Sydney 2000.  

Ben has spent the last 16 years specialising in leadership and team development and in 2012 he co-founded Will It Make The Boat Go Faster?, a performance consultancy which seeks to transform organisational performance through the adoption of elite sport principles and strategies. Ben and his team have a highly practical approach which focuses heavily focused on the application of performance habits, mindsets and beliefs. Their aim is to ensure that participants genuinely apply new ways of working and behave differently to achieve greater results.

About this event

Join the WIMTBGF? Co-Founder and Olympic Gold Medallist, Ben Hunt-Davis, and Director of Consulting, Jamie MacPherson for their top recommendations to help teams be consistently more effective in their day to day work.  The session will be a motivational yet practical look at the high performing habits that drive high performing teams in a virtual world.

Your questions answered

Participants will also be invited to engage in Q&A session.

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You can find more information about the BGP Response Programme and sign up for future activities at www.bgpresponseprogramme.co.uk