what were you thinking?
At Chimp Management, we view our mind as a remarkable machine that represents our greatest asset and our biggest liability in life. Through this metaphor, we work with how the mind operates in reality and not how most people think it works.
How well do you understand the machine in your head and how effective are you in getting it to work optimally? This short talk will introduce you to the Chimp Mind Management Model that will help you to be more confident, successful and happier in work and life. With insight and skill, you can learn how to manage the machine effectively and ultimately be the person you want to be.
Glenn leads the Corporate Programmes Directorate, which helps to improve performance and bring about change in an organisational setting. With a background in organisational psychology, resilience and executive coaching, Glenn both designs and delivers talks and workshops for groups ranging in size from start-up teams to multinational corporations, as well as conducting 1:1 mentoring sessions at all levels for clients from a wide range of industry sectors. His work ranges from that with blue-chip organisations and household names in financial services, telecoms, manufacturing and retail to healthcare, local government, higher education and emergency services.
Glenn has over 20 years of operational management experience. He has honours degrees in Russian and German. In 1990 he graduated from the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst as a commissioned officer and joined an infantry battalion, serving on operations in Northern Ireland and Bosnia-Herzegovina. During his time in the Army, he planned and led the first-ever British Army expedition to Siberia, crossing the frozen Lake Baikal on quad bikes.
Since leaving the Services, Glenn has held successful operational management roles, including in Ernst & Young and Accenture, where his interest in personal and team performance led him to complete diplomas in executive coaching and leadership development, as well as an MSc in Occupational Psychology and an MBA.
Glenn keeps his hand in by running marathons and ultra-marathons, with achievements including the human-powered Iditarod 100-mile winter race in Alaska and several Original Mountain Marathons.
7:00 PM @ Forge
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