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Coach to Perform


Learn the skills of a performance coach to integrate into your practice. If you are an existing coach, manager, leader, or instructor, then this course will help you get the most out of your team.

This course involves the latest research and practice from the fields of flow leadership, peak performance, optimal functioning, transformative leadership, and core coaching skills.

Turn your managers into performance coaches and enhance their leadership, communication skills, and ability to cultivate high-performing individuals.

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Learn from world renowned coaches and facilitators.


This workshop delivers the skills and ideas needed to get the most out of other people. Learn how to generate peak performance states, how to coach people so that they can self-manage their performance, and how to integrate flow leadership into what you do.



Cutting-edge scientific knowledge on human behaviour

A complete understanding of performing groups

Learn fundamental models that leading coaches and psychologists use in the field



Real-life coaching from day 1 and throughout the course.

Dedicated breakout sessions to practice and integrate the coaching skills into your practice

Our small group sizes allow personalised feedback and mentoring



Join a community of performance coaches and benefit from supervision and coach-to-coach learning

Evidence-based techniques and practice to takeaway

Delivered by experienced performance coaches who have a wealth of wisdom


This workshop can be delivered in 1, 2, 3 and 5 day options.

Day 1 involves an introduction to performance coaching and peak performance coaching skills. Day 2 dives deeper into core coaching competencies. Day 3 outlines the important aspects of optimal functioning. Day 4 examines how to create peak performance environments, teams, and cultures. Day 5 practices how to integrate the learnings into your environment.

Invest in your team's future. Contact us to find out when you can get started.

Course modules: below is an overview and the precise information may change on the live course.

  • Day 1 - Introduction to Performance Coaching

In this workshop we outline what is ‘coaching’ and how it differs from managing, consulting, and instructing. We look at how to professionalise your interactions with others to gain a better result from your communications.

We examine some key performance coaching skills so that you leave with practical learnings and applications to help your team immediately. We take a look at what 'Flow Leadership' means, how to shift mindsets, create an optimal level of challenge, and how to increase motivations.

We end with practical hands-on scenarios to integrate the days teachings.

  • Day 2 - Core Coaching Skills​​

We will delve into active listening skills and unpack a variety of ways to listen to both the content and the deeper meanings people portray with their words. We outline how non-verbal communication is a central aspect to effective listening. You will practice a variety of listening methods.

Powerful questioning is a real art-form that requires several skills. We examine how questioning may differ in different contexts and how we can be challenging, supportive, explorative, leading, and insightful through questioning. You will be able to trial different questioning techniques and refine your questioning skills.

Managing the coaching relationship is essential; we outline what this means and the principles that underpin a successful coaching relationship. We study how to build trust and competence in the relationship to create safe and impactful interactions. We cover several aspects such as group coaching, true learning, absorbing and giving feedback.

  • Day 3 - Optimal Performance

Day three examines the latest science and practice surrounding peak performance. We delve into self-leadership, self-regulation, and self-actualisation.

We unravel in detail how to use the Flow Model, what it means, and why it is important. We look at how people have used it in different settings and how it can become a treasured self-assessment tool. We look at how mastery, purpose, resilience, autonomy, focused attention, and self-trust are central to high performance.

We examine some of the neuroscience and psychology surrounding the brain and behaviour. We uncover how to encompass embodied cognition in your practice and how to utilise fundamental understandings of how we are wired to act and behave.

  • Day 4 - High Performing Teams

We examine high-performance cultures and what are the core values, benchmarks, and focal points a leader needs to manage in order to ensure a high-performing culture and team.

We examine the 29 aspects that create high-performing teams and breakdown over 30 years of research into a single page takeaway that can act as a blueprint for engineering optimal functioning teams.

  • Day 5 - Integrating the skills of a Performance Coach

The last day is dedicated to managing real-life scenarios and pressure testing ideas. We work with real examples in the group and demonstrate how a performance coach would deal with the situation whilst empowering the individuals. We look at stress, conflict, low motivation, power plays, and many differing examples to see how performance coaching can help your team in a range of situations.

Time is dedicated towards an open forum for questions and answers.




Cameron is a world-renowned flow trainer, coach, and author.

Cameron has been a junior British tennis player, awarded the Outstanding Academic Achievement Prize for reports surrounding flow and performance, and is a world renowned coach, having worked with numerous World Champions and high-profile leaders. Fascinated by optimal experience, Cameron founded the Flow Centre to bridge science and practice and give people the tools to manifest the life they have always dreamed of.



Sue is a flow scientist, sport psychologist, and author.

Sue has been involved in the psychology of flow since completing a PhD on flow state in elite athletes in the early 1990s. Sue is one of the most cited authors on flow, including creating the FSS scales that are widely used to measure flow. Sue’s work in flow has helped to make this optimal psychological state understandable and more accessible to all.

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“An exceptional presentation about flow which really resonated. Filled with evidence-based research and backed up with a few good stories! ”

Kathryn Netherwood
School Principal

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