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Achieving new peak performance with the Coherent Performance model
16 March 2017
We have heard of sportsmen and musicians being in their “zone”
every now and then. This is when their creative energies are at their peak. This
is when they perform to such levels that it exceeds their own expectations or
capabilities. In other words, this is the peak performance.
How does one reach this zone? Is it possible only for the people
with special talent, or is it something you and I too can achieve? Is it a
process or a kind of creative paroxysm?
The HeartMath Center
A research and training center near Silicon Valley, called
HeartMath, has developed a model of tools and technology with which people at
any level of their respective organizations can transition to a higher level of
success, performance, and well-being.
Developed with valuable inputs in the form of work that is tried
and polished through the Stanford Business School, this is a program using
whose key principles and scientific research one can augment one’s poise, inner
strength, buoyancy, and overall performance. That this model is helpful in
inculcating the many critical skills needed to be resilient in the face of
rapid change and uncertainty is something even experts agree upon.
A webinar from TrainHR, a leading provider of professional
trainings for the human resources industry, will organize a webinar at which
the idea of peak performance and the ways of evoking one’s inner strengths to
get there will be explained. Bruce Cryer, who is Global Director, HeartMath
HealthCare, founding director of HeartMathUK and HeartMath South Africa, and
co-founder of What Makes Your Heart Sing, will be the speaker at this webinar.
To gain a thorough understanding of the concept of peak
performance and derive its benefits for your organization, please register for
this webinar by visiting http://www.trainhr.com/control/w_product/~product_id=701608?rubyconnection-SEO
This webinar has been approved for 1 HR (General) recertification
credit hours toward aPHR, PHR, PHRca, SPHR, GPHR, PHRi and SPHRi
recertification through HR Certification Institute (HRCI).
A prime highlight of this presentation is the Coherent Performance
model of peak performance. A very interesting aspect of the Coherent
Performance model is the role of the heart in it. The HeartMath training center has
demonstrated this. Equally importantly, it showed how order, stability and
harmony among the various elements of the human system can result in a state by
which it is possible for not just the accomplished or the highly motivated
people, but common people as well, to reach their peak performance. The
Coherent Performance model establishes a scientific basis for applying these
principles for attaining peak performance.
This state of the mind, known as coherence, is a result of
positive emotions that are induced by the mind.
Compassion, inspiration and appreciation, as opposed to negative feelings
like anger, anxiety and fear, combine to take people to that state of
coherence. These are the same feelings that contribute to the person’s
attainment of the state of peak performance.
goes into conditioning the mind for peak performance
Peak performance, or being in the zone, is something that can be
attained by following the principles set out in the Coherent Performance model.
This webinar will explore how to understand peak performance using the Coherent
Performance model. It will show how to develop the elasticity, robustness,
nimbleness and adaptability needed for developing this state of mind.
There are bountiful benefits that flow out of reaching this state
of mind. We perform at our optimal levels at work, which is the prime factor
for a good professional and personal life. We are at heightened levels of
energy, capability and motivation as a result of being in this state of mind.
In the course of showing how the Coherent Performance model can be
adapted to reach peak performance; Bruce will cover the following areas at this
Peak Performance model
Scientific basis for Coherence in
neuroscience, neuroplasticity, and heart physiology
The relationship between Peak Performance and
Social and professional applications
Case studies from business and military.