Feedback is the breakfast of champions! An Olympic Break stands for an inspiring moment of reflection focusing on one question: “Do we have a durable high performance culture?”
Olympic Break, what does it stand for?
How does it work?
What serves as the foundation for these sessions?
Where, how and with who?
At what cost?
Can we arrange a Break in short notice?
Facilitate literally means ‘make more easy’. WEB facilitates organizations to achieve desired results faster, smarter and more cost effective. We provide organizations with hardware and software.
A random Sunday. You’ve done your bit of sporty exercise in the morning. A pleasant walk with your family and dogin the afternoon makes a great second half. By the end of the day you switch on your favorite sports channel, just before dinner will be served. You’ll never stop enjoying to watch elite athletes, bringing out the best of themselves. Or teams, battling through to the end to win a match. And not to forget the coaches, stimulating, guiding and comforting their teams.
Slowly your eyes start feeling heavy. Just before you give in to a power nap you visualize yourself as a coach. Coach of your team of professionals in the workplace. Wouldn’t it be great if everyone behaves as an elite athlete? Full of desire and dedication, determined to achieve the goals set. Not only with the pressure of deadlines or calamities, but just by default. Can you imagine how life in the workplace would look like if accomplishments are celebrated as decisive scores in a match of championship?
Suddenly you startle awake. Reality check. Just as many have said before, elite sports is not like any business. It’s easy to come up with at least 10 fundamental differences. So for tomorrow, business as usual, just another day in the office. Or….
WEB Performance has a lifelong fascination for high performance. Both in business and elite sports. With track records in both, it’s our mission to stimulate and enable cross learning between business and elite sports. To achieve this we capture and share the knowledge and experience of thoughtleaders in sports and business in inspiring and easy accessible ways
Elite sports. Inspiring to many of us. The continual search for faster, higher, longer and more accurate. Do we understand how exceptional performances are established? And what exactly sets the elite coach apart from thousands of other coaches?
Elite sports. Inspiring to many of us. The continual search for faster, higher, longer and more accurate. Do we understand how exceptional performances are established? What’s driving the elite coach? What exactly is going round in his or her mind? Which guiding principles are leading the effort? Before, during and after. And what exactly sets the elite coach apart from thousands of other coaches?
High Performing Businesses. Inspiring to many of us. The continual search for faster, cheaper, safer and healthier. Do we understand how exceptional business success is established? What is driving leadership? What exactly is going round in the minds of leaders on various levels in the organisation? Which guiding principles are leading the path to success? Before, during and after. And what exactly sets the successful leader apart from thousands of other leaders?
Elite sports and business are driven by empirical science. Knowledge gained by experimenting. Usually developped in small, isolated environments of training groups or operational teams. And certainly not meant to share with others. Why educate the competition?
Athletes and teams don’t last for ever. On the contrary. Coaching and leadership careers may last longer. In the end however, even the very best coach will trade places with new talented successors. The real star performers are honoured with biographies. The majority of highly succesfull coaches and leaders silently move to the background. And in the end, will be forgotten.
It’s our mission to catch, capture and share the knowledge and experience of truly great leaders in sports and business. In an accessible, easy to grasp and inspiring way. By doing that, great leaders receive the credits they earn. So they may act as Giants, providing a shoulder to the younger generation to stand on, enabling them to look even further.