Since retiring from professional football, Paul has become one of the most inspiring, engaging, and sought-after Keynote Speakers with a client list that features some of the world’s most successful organisations.

Working with clients that include Microsoft, Cisco, KPMG, Allianz Global Investors, Invesco, Investec, Barclays, Accenture, Savills, Network Rail, Randox Health, Deutsche Bank, Volvo, PWC, BBC and John Lewis, Paul speaks across 3 key areas within psychology to help fuel the performance of his listeners, and fit the specific needs of organisations large and small.

Not only this… but did we mention he’s Irish and funny?

Main Topics:

Psychology of Performance

Performance involves numerous, multi-faceted principles that can be broken down to measure progress.

Many top organisations consistently work on the technical component and yet, the psychological approach is invariably the biggest differential between proposed objectives and actual outcomes.

We use our expertise to engage your staff to consciously improve their mental performance. 

Psychology of Leadership

The latest empirical research is redefining what a leader is, what they do and how they do it.

Implementing these 5 key principles can help shape the leaders of the future; belief, accountability, pillars of change, identity and empathy.

However, you can’t get the best out of others until you get the best out of yourself. Here, we shares our insights to help your leaders elevate these elite competencies.

Psychology of teamwork

The highest performing teams on the planet share an ethos that is consistent, tangible and methodical. Understanding what is required from each other is crucial to success.

Building upon our tried and tested framework helps each team player engage and flourish to develop them as people and future business leaders.

We use insights from Paul’s 20-year experience in a high-performing environment to help unlock your team’s potential.

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Professional football in the modern era is played every bit as much in the mind as on the pitch. More and more it’s becoming clear that natural talent is nowhere near enough to sustain a career in the modern game. Players need to be smart; not academically but in terms of their thinking. The ones who are dedicated, with mental resilience and a winner’s psychology are prospering and will continue to do so as the game evolves. The stupid footballer is dead.