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Creating High Performing Teams in a post-Covid World
Building on the School for CEOs recent webinar, Leadership Challenges of a Hybrid Working model, this session explores how to nurture a high performing team culture in our new working context.

Joining this session is former England cricketer and International coach Jeremy Snape, Founder and Director of Sporting Edge.

Drawing on interviews of world class thinkers and performers from sport, business and academia, Jeremy will share fascinating insights into the psychology and culture of some of the world's high performing teams.

Teamwork is so powerful yet so rare, join us as we explore practical strategies to boost accountability and sustain success in the modern working context.

All registrants will also receive one-month free access to the Sporting Edge digital coaching platform.

Jun 30, 2021 12:00 PM in London

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Jeremy Snape MSc
Founder and Director @Sporting Edge
Jeremy has the combined experience of being a successful International cricketer and coach, providing innovative performance ideas for teams and leaders. He has the ability to draw upon real life examples from his playing and coaching career which are underpinned by his Master's Degree in Sport Psychology. Jeremy has worked with some very successful corporate clients delivering team culture, leadership and executive coaching programmes. On the sporting front Jeremy has held roles as Performance Coach to the South African Cricket Team as well as Shane Warne's victorious Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League. Jeremy supported Alan Pardew at Crystal Palace and was part of the coaching team when they reached the FA Cup Final in 2016, and also supported England Rugby under Eddie Jones during their record 18 wins in a row. Jeremy has rapidly become one of the most recognised names in sport psychology, offering key insights to national newspapers, Sky Sports and BBC Radio 5 Live.
Gemma Sole MSc
Partner @School for CEOs
Gemma Sole is a Partner at School for CEOs, having joined the organisation 2014. She is an executive coach, facilitator and reverse-mentoring specialist for School for CEOs. In addition to her role supporting senior leaders, Gemma also leads on key research partnerships, and co-authored reports on the Psychological impact of Covid-19 on senior leaders (published September 2020) and the prevalence of Impostor Feeling among executives (published October 2019). She completed her coach training with the Academy of Executive Coaching and her MSc Occupational and Organisational Psychology at Northumbria University, having originally studied Modern Languages (French and Spanish) and European Studies at the University of Bath. Gemma is also a keen sportswoman, having represented Team Scotland at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games at Netball, and in the Netball World Cup in Sydney in 2015.