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Free Lunch & Learn Webinars

Chimp Management is hosting three free online introductory webinars to showcase to businesses how The Chimp Model can help their employees to understand and manage:

  • Thoughts, emotions and behaviours effectively
  • Stress and anxiety
  • Leading and motivating others

The 45-minute webinar will be delivered by a Psychological Skills Mentor and will introduce participants to the neuroscience of the mind via Professor Peters’ Model.

Each session will include:

  • An introduction to The Chimp Model
  • How The Model can be applied to enhance personal & professional performance
  • How Chimp Management can support you and your organisation
  • Q&A

These sessions are ideal for professionals looking to improve their business and team searching for a programme that would facilitate a working understanding of mind management.


Enter your details below to be part of these sessions.

Please also let us know which sessions you would like to attend.

Our webinars will be held at 12:30 – 1:15 

Fully Booked: 19th January 2022: Optimising the Human Mind

26th January 2022: Turning Stress into Action

2nd February 2022: Insights for Effective Leadership

Webinar Sessions

Optimising the performance of the human mind


FULLY BOOKED: 19/01/2022

Dr Robbie Anderson

How often do you stop and reflect on how well you are functioning mentally? You may often take time to take stock of how well you are performing physically, but how often do you reflect on whether you are being the person you want to be?

Using The Chimp Model, our powerful mind management model, we can offer explanations for these questions and demonstrate how the mind both helps and hinders personal and professional performance every day.

Insights for Effective Leadership



Stephanie Fairhurst

Effective leadership is one of the primary drivers for growth, development and innovation. But what does it take to be a good leader?

We use neuroscience to explain what happens in our minds when we are leading a team or are part of a team.

How to Turn Stress into Action



Adam Wright

Stress is a healthy reaction from our brains that is meant to be uncomfortable. It’s nature’s way of letting us know that something is wrong, and we need to act to put it right.

Using The Chimp Model, we demonstrate how we can learn to recognise the messages coming into our brains and rather than react as we have always done, start to respond in the way that we want to and turn stress into action.