Keynote Speaker, Leadership Coach and Mental Game Coach
Leading self - Leading others - Delivering results.
Paddy is a real, down-to-earth and practical speaker, leadership coach, mental game coach and university professor. He has a remarkable and almost unparalleled track record of experience, academic qualifications and success in coaching diverse high profile clients, both on the sports field and in the boardroom.
Using his trademark relatable manner, his gift for story-telling and simplifying the complex, Paddy shares personal lessons of successes and failures from the high stakes world of international sport.
Steeped in common-sense and practical wisdom, his messages inspire new thinking and far-reaching change. His work focuses on the human side of performance, helping leaders, teams and people in high-performing environments to constantly fine-tune their leadership, teamwork, culture, high-performance and/or mental game in the pursuit of healthy and sustainable success.
Contact us about his bespoke interventions, or to find out more about Paddy’s most sought-after programmes, which include:
- delivering talks to inspire your team or conference audience
- mental game series; workshops for athletes and coaches
- A-game series; workshops for individuals and businesses
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A few of the organisations that have engaged with Paddy’ talks and workshops.
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