George Anderson

Wellbeing, Mindset & Performance Expert – George Anderson helps you bridge the gap between knowing and doing.
FEE : £3k – £5k+

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Wellbeing, Mindset & Performance Expert – George Anderson helps you bridge the gap between knowing and doing.

For over 20 years George Anderson has inspired individuals, teams and organisations to take more action so that they can perform better.

George Anderson leave audiences with a sense of ‘I can do that’, helping them connect the dots between wellbeing and performance, and acting as the catalyst to change that moves them into action.

George’s simple 3 step approach to all of his keynotes and classes is to INSPIRE, INFORM and IMPACT. His authentic energy and relaxed storytelling style engages audiences of all levels, whilst his wealth of knowledge and experience allows him to teach the tools and strategies that make a real world difference.

He combines tens of thousands of hours of coaching and training experience, a wide and deep knowledge of evidence-based wellbeing research, and his own personal experiences of taking on ultra-endurance challenges.

Most of us don’t need more information, we need more implementation. George’s aim is to help more people bridge the gap between knowing and doing.

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George’s knowledge, tools and strategies are encapsulated in a series of engaging keynote talks suitable for events from conferences to off-sites. Here is a selection of some of the most popular topics:

Featured Topics Include:

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Cultivating resilience

Set backs and adversity, failures and mistakes - they all have the potential to derail your progress. Your ability to reframe and rapidly return to your best is a key determinant in the impact these challenges can have on your performance. In this session you’ll learn how to cultivate a foundation of resilience and the battle-tested strategies you can use to bounce back better.

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The new science of habits: How to do more of the things you already know

'I know what to do, but I just don't do it!' - how to bridge the gap between knowing and doing

How many times have you decided to start a new habit only to find yourself self-sabotaging and undercutting your best intentions a few days later?

Not only do these tendencies get in our way of making consistent progress, it can feel incredibly frustrating and have a significant impact on our self-belief and confidence.

In this interactive session you will learn:
- How to get clarity on your new habits with the '3W' system (What, When, Where)
- Why connecting the What to the Why, is important for ongoing motivation and consistency
- The Principle of +1, and why 'all or nothing' rarely works for behaviour change
- How to ‘get out of your own way’ with leading edge research from positive psychology
- How to ensure habits serve you, without becoming enslaved to them

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The new science of workplace wellbeing

The days of a subsidised gym membership as a workplace wellbeing strategy are thankfully far behind us, but many organisations are still adrift in the ocean of options when it comes to interventions that really work.

As the conversation moves from a nice-to-have perk towards an integral component of engagement and success strategy, a new science is emerging that is shaping the future of workplace wellbeing.

In this 45 minute keynote designed for senior leaders and HR managers we will explore:

- How the latest scientific research into strategic workplace wellbeing gives us clearer definitions and a distinction between measurements and drivers- How we can (and should) begin to measure wellbeing and happiness- Quick wins and a blueprint for strategic change- The powerful business case for adopting these tried and tested best practices

1
Cultivating resilience

Set backs and adversity, failures and mistakes - they all have the potential to derail your progress. Your ability to reframe and rapidly return to your best is a key determinant in the impact these challenges can have on your performance. In this session you’ll learn how to cultivate a foundation of resilience and the battle-tested strategies you can use to bounce back better.

2
The new science of habits: How to do more of the things you already know

'I know what to do, but I just don't do it!' - how to bridge the gap between knowing and doing

How many times have you decided to start a new habit only to find yourself self-sabotaging and undercutting your best intentions a few days later?

Not only do these tendencies get in our way of making consistent progress, it can feel incredibly frustrating and have a significant impact on our self-belief and confidence.

In this interactive session you will learn:
- How to get clarity on your new habits with the '3W' system (What, When, Where)
- Why connecting the What to the Why, is important for ongoing motivation and consistency
- The Principle of +1, and why 'all or nothing' rarely works for behaviour change
- How to ‘get out of your own way’ with leading edge research from positive psychology
- How to ensure habits serve you, without becoming enslaved to them

3
The new science of workplace wellbeing

The days of a subsidised gym membership as a workplace wellbeing strategy are thankfully far behind us, but many organisations are still adrift in the ocean of options when it comes to interventions that really work.

As the conversation moves from a nice-to-have perk towards an integral component of engagement and success strategy, a new science is emerging that is shaping the future of workplace wellbeing.

In this 45 minute keynote designed for senior leaders and HR managers we will explore:

- How the latest scientific research into strategic workplace wellbeing gives us clearer definitions and a distinction between measurements and drivers- How we can (and should) begin to measure wellbeing and happiness- Quick wins and a blueprint for strategic change- The powerful business case for adopting these tried and tested best practices

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George brought an engaging and interactive presentation to the delegates. Most importantly each came away with a nugget of information that they can deploy in their work.

- Andrew Mather, Managing Director CS2 Chartered Surveyors

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George develops and delivers practical content in a hugely motivating way so that it is hard not to be curious about following up ideas shared and challenges set. As a learning and performance specialist I left with a fresh perspective on well known ground: no mean achievement.

- Jarlath Brine, Staff Development Manager, Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford

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