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The Silent Guides: The ‘Unconscious’ Mind 

Chimp Management Annual Conference

Wednesday 8th – Thursday 9th May 2019

Royal Victoria Hotel, Sheffield. 


This 2-day event will look at the development, structure and functioning of the mind and the rules by which it operates.
It will then offer practical ways to help you manage your mind, using The Chimp Model.
The event will cover new content from Professor Steve Peters’ latest books, ‘The Silent Guides’ & ‘My Hidden Chimp’.
You will learn through workshops and keynote speeches, presented by Steve Peters and the Chimp Management team. A detailed guide to the event is available here. 

Who is this for?

Parents, Carers & Teachers

Workshops will focus on the developing mind and teaching children healthy habits.
These workshops are ideal for teachers who want to use The Chimp Model in their school. They will also help parents and carers, with practical solutions to common problems.
We will also look at how to help you be in the best place to help a child.

Managers, Teams and Organisations

We help organisations and teams to optimise performance using The Chimp Model.
This year our workshops will help you to develop high performing teams. Along with workshops on resilience and personal-development.


You will learn how to use the Chimp Model in your everyday life.
With workshops focussing on the neuroscience of the mind and practical application of The Chimp Model.

Featured Talks & Speakers

Professor Steve Peters

The Silent Guides: The ‘Unconscious’ Mind

The event will begin with a thought-provoking keynote from Professor Steve Peters. 

Steve Peters is a Consultant Psychiatrist who specialises in the functioning of the human mind. He is the author of the best-selling books, ‘The Chimp Paradox’, ‘My Hidden Chimp’ & ‘The Silent Guides’. 

Professor Peters clients, past and present, include: 

  • British Cycling
  • Sir Chris Hoy
  • Ronnie O’Sullivan
  • England Football
  • Liverpool FC

Featured Guest Interview

On the final day, Professor Steve Peters will talk with Calum Best. Calum Best is a television personality, who has spoken about children’s mental health. He is a patron of the National Association for Children of Alcoholics (NACOA) and works with the NSPCC.

Pricing &  Registration

For corporate & group bookings, contact our General Manager, Beverley Nesbitt on 0788 5991557.


Each delegate will attend 6 workshops over the course of the 2 days.
To ensure that workshops are relevant to you, we offer a range of sessions.
A more in-depth look at each workshop and the conference schedule can be found here.
We will ask you to pick 2 workshops from each of the groups below. This will make up the 6 sessions you will attend.

Group One

  • Finding and managing unconscious beliefs
  • The unconscious basis for a high performing team
  • The neuroscience of the developing mind

Group Two

  • The basis for developing constructive behaviours
  • Helping individuals to become resilient team players
  • Aiding the development of a child’s mind

Group Three

  • Success based on self-development
  • The CORE Principle applied to teams
  • Being in the best place to help a child

The Venue

Royal Victoria Hotel, Sheffield

The conference is being held at the Royal Victoria Hotel, Sheffield. Located in Sheffield city centre, the hotel is easy to access by public transport or car.

The hotel is a 10 – 15 minute walk from Sheffield Railway Station. There is a taxi rank outside the station if required.
There are 240 car parking spaces available on site, they are free to use for conference delegates.
Please note: If you are planning to leave your car overnight but are not a resident at the hotel, there is a £6 charge.
Sat Nav Postcode: S1 2AU


You can book to stay in the Royal Victoria Hotel if you need accommodation for the event. The Holiday Inn Express is also within a 2-minute walk of the venue.
To book a room at the Royal Victoria Hotel, call 0114 276 8822 (quote ‘Chimp Management’ for preferential rates). Alternatively, you can book online using the links below.  

Register Now!

You can book your place at this conference online or by calling our office on 0114 246 0580