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Personal Peak Performance: modern talent management: from KPI to KDI

- What is winning after winning about? Easy to say, but how to sustain? What does sustainable performance under pressure mean? Which impact could long term stress have on our health? On our brain? On our social well-being? - In top sport the difference between winning a medal and going home with nothing is about a few milli- seconds… So they are used to focus on the slightest losses of energy… The smallest detail can make the difference! Coach and athlete work closely together to CUT AWAY ANY UNNECESSARY ENERGY LEAKS. That’s what it is really about in a top sport career. What about us? How many unnecessary energy leaks do we have personally? And our teams? (cf other workshop tomorrow on building dream teams) Today we will refresh some of the newest insights in brain based energy management so you can start discovering how you manage your energy! Welcome to Neuro Leadership! - Most people think that energy is only related to physical energy, but brain science shows that the EQ is far more important than we previously thought. How we feel profoundly influences our performance; and we have much more control over how we feel than we actually recognise or exercise. We can learn how to better manage our emotional energy to increase and improve performance. - Physical vitality becomes every day more important, because careers become longer. Yet the way of working of the past 10 years has changed dramatically. People do not move enough anymore, yet sit longer hours than ever before (on the PC, meetings, in planes…). This has a profound impact on their brain and health. The latest research in neuro science around the world shows that a brain needs 20 minutes a day of (minimum) brisk walking (mindful…) to stay fit (and not to degenerate around the age of 60…) 40 years from now the average age of dementia would be around the age of 60, if we do not start moving more! - What is the impact of all this on our brain, the engine of our brain job at EY? When it comes to brain function, stress is an important factor that can have a direct effect. Stress is caused when you’re feeling threatened. Even if it’s only perceived threat, that doesn’t really exist… Threat and stress, constantly present in our environment, are often enhanced, due to our brain's "negativity bias". Our brain is very good at learning from bad experiences and very bad at learning from good ones = survival mechanism over the centuries!! Modern stress

Koen Gonnissen

Mentally Fit Institute

Koen Gonnissen learned his coaching job on the sports field accompanying for about 10 years top sport athletes (mainly tennis men). As captain of the Belgian Davis Cup team the team reached the quarter and the year after the semi-final of the world group. After his international sports career he specialized since end 1998 in training and coaching corporate teams and individuals, managers and executives. 5 % of his time he keeps on working with top athletes as mental and energy coach: in 2010 with Kim Clijsters preparing her come back working on the “tennis playing mom” concept and also building a dream team around Kim, in 2011 with the cyclist team Omega Pharma Lotto (Philippe Gilbert, Andre Greipl…) working on the philosophy “Riding as One”… Making his transfer to the corporate world he wrote with Alain Goudsmet the book “The Corporate Athlete” describing interesting parallels between the sports and the corporate world. If you learn just one thing in top sport it is that efficient energy management is the only way to high sustained performance: in the corporate world it is not different! “Manage your energy, not just your time!” Koen works on individual and on team level. Reality shows that it is a big challenge for most managers to build a team out of a group of individuals. Using a combination of academical models and practical examples and cases from the sports world he loves to stimulate teams to get out of their comfort zone, and to find an internal motivation to get to a better cooperation and more efficient performances. “Are you working in a dream team?” As a coach/trainer and executive coach Koen stretches the potential of an individual trough better insight in personal talent, social intelligence, a better understanding of team dynamics, working on “bridging” capacities. He has a specific interest in the inner physiology of the human potential under pressure and is specialized in change management and interpersonal effectiveness. “And you, are you a Corporate Athlete or a Corporate Kamikaze?”