Lessons in Resilience

A Sneak Peek Into Peter Jensen’s Next Book
Thursday January 15, 2015 1:00 PM EST

Join Queen's School of Business and renowned Sport Psychologist and lecturer Dr. Peter Jensen for a sneak peek at his forthcoming book - tentatively titled 'Thermostat 24/7'.

We all know that energy is our most vital resource. Too often, however, we act as thermometers, letting our energy level simply adjust to the temperature around us. In his work with Olympic athletes and managers, Peter has spent 35+ years helping high performers become thermostats; individuals who consciously set the temperature in any situation to maximize performance.

This special online event will show you how to integrate the same skills practiced by Olympic athletes into your daily routine.

Over the course of 60 minutes, you will learn how to:

  •     Stay out of the 'choke zone' by ensuring you aren't too energized during high pressure situations
  •     Energize when you are feeling sluggish or burned out
  •     Recover and replenish your energy between performances to remain resilient under pressure
Founder and CEO, Performance Coaching Inc

Peter Jensen is an internationally recognized authority on high performance. Since achieving his PhD in Sports Psychology, he has attended eight Olympic Games as a member of the Canadian Olympic team and has worked with over 70 medal-winning athletes and coaches. He has been the mental training consultant for the past 3 gold medal winning Women's Olympic Hockey teams. He is the author of The Inside Edge, a book that describes how to improve both your personal and organizational performance under pressure, and Igniting the Third Factor, a book on how to inspire greatness in others. Dr. Jensen is the founding partner of Performance Coaching Inc., a corporate training firm. He has been featured on ABC, CBS, CBC and CTV. Past corporate clients include BP, Nexen, TD, Syncrude, Labatt, Hydro One, RCMP, GE Capital, and Royal Bank.

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