Professor Steve Peters | Vistage UK
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Professor Steve Peters

Professor Peters is a Consultant Psychiatrist working in Elite Sport. He works with Liverpool Football Club, England Football and Sky ProCycling, and has current and past involvements in many other Olympic and non-Olympic Sports, including, British Cycling, England Rugby, World Championship Snooker and Premier league Football.

His career began with teaching Mathematics and then moved on to Medicine. He has worked in the clinical field of Psychiatry for the past twenty years including Clinical Director of the Mental Health Services at Bassetlaw Trust, culminating in working at Rampton Secure Hospital. Steve has been with Sheffield University as a Senior Clinical Lecturer since 1994 and is also Undergraduate Dean. He holds degrees in Mathematics, Medicine and Medical Education (Masters Degree) and also postgraduate qualifications in Sports Medicine, Education and Psychiatry.

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Professor Steve Peters is a member of the Royal College and is on the College Membership Panel for examinations. He is a member of the Therapeutic Use Exemption Panel for UK Sport and an expert witness to WADA (World Anti-doping Agency). His specialist interest is in the working of the human mind and how it can reach optimum performance applied to all walks of life.

For fun, he competes in Track and Field Athletics and has held multiple World Masters Champion Titles and World Records over the 100, 200 and 400 metres.

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Optimising the Performance of the Human Mind - Keynote

Through a highly interactive, thought provoking and practical workshop, Professor Steve Peters works with delegates to explore the implications of his model. His calm, credible and engaging approach helps people by offering new insights and ways of thinking.

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Optimising the Performance of the Human Mind - Keynote

What you will discover:

  • All about your ‘Inner Chimp’ and how to understand it
  • Insights into what will enable you to optimise your performance
  • Skills to help you get the best out of yourself and others
  • Principles for managing thoughts, behaviours and emotions
  • Knowledge of how teams really function
  • Many practical tips to take away and implement

Through a highly interactive, thought provoking and practical workshop, Professor Steve Peters works with delegates to explore the implications of his model. His calm, credible and engaging approach helps people by offering new insights and ways of thinking and behaving in order to set and achieve strategic goals in the toughest of environments.

“I worked closely with Steve Peters, the British Cycling team’s psychologist, and we came up with a strategy of dealing with the pressure. It basically involved displacing the negative thoughts with visualisation. Not a complicated technique, but very effective if done properly. I just kept running through the race in my head over and over so that I wouldn’t let the distractions around me put me off”. Sir Chris Hoy MBE

Added May 2017.

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Optimising the Performance of the Human Mind - Keynote

Through a highly interactive, thought provoking and practical workshop, Professor Steve Peters works with delegates to explore the implications of his model. His calm, credible and engaging approach helps people by offering new insights and ways of thinking.

Read more

Optimising the Performance of the Human Mind - Keynote

What you will discover:

  • All about your ‘Inner Chimp’ and how to understand it
  • Insights into what will enable you to optimise your performance
  • Skills to help you get the best out of yourself and others
  • Principles for managing thoughts, behaviours and emotions
  • Knowledge of how teams really function
  • Many practical tips to take away and implement

Through a highly interactive, thought provoking and practical workshop, Professor Steve Peters works with delegates to explore the implications of his model. His calm, credible and engaging approach helps people by offering new insights and ways of thinking and behaving in order to set and achieve strategic goals in the toughest of environments.

“I worked closely with Steve Peters, the British Cycling team’s psychologist, and we came up with a strategy of dealing with the pressure. It basically involved displacing the negative thoughts with visualisation. Not a complicated technique, but very effective if done properly. I just kept running through the race in my head over and over so that I wouldn’t let the distractions around me put me off”. Sir Chris Hoy MBE

Added May 2017.

This speaker currently has no retreats. Please check back soon.

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