Executive Elite Leadership Programme is it worth the money?
I can confirm that it definitely is.
The programme was delivered over 3 days, covering a lot of information, in concise chunks that were easy to absorb, by two engaging, experienced, and full of energy coaches, Tony and Mike.
The structure was clear, logical and effective. VSI has obviously put a lot of thought and expertise into the design and delivery.
But it wasn’t just about the new knowledge. The main benefits came from doing group exercises, receiving individual feedback, and interacting with VSI and other participants.
This format gave me the confidence to implement new techniques into my own businesses immediately.
I didn’t just learn “how” to drive human performance and get the best of the people I coach, – “individuality” and “why” also became much clearer.
“I’d never given a thought to how my physical capacity could affect my cognitive performance at work. Now I understand, I’m more driven, more ambitious and have greater emotional control”
“The mind is a powerful thing, it's even more powerful when you have a greater understanding of how it drives the impact you have on others; something I’ve learnt to my advantage through the EA programme”
“The EA programme was a challenge from start to finish. I faced my limiting beliefs and took on the challenge”
Great energy with an understanding how important their programmes are in the Information Age. A great quote they use is ‘every professional has a coach, amateurs dont’
Forward thinkers who bring people together through a range of media activities in sport and business. Disrupters who have made an impact in football and it’s corporate structure
Gary Bowyer. Blackpool FC Manager
Redefining career pathways for athletes. VSI are bold, creative and dynamic - they make things happen.
Diane Modhal GB Olympian