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By using the unique approach of The Chimp Model we work alongside athletes, teams and coaches to optimise performance through focusing on some of the following areas:

Having a pro-active approach
Replacing anxiety in competition with confidence and resilience
Preparing and managing your mind for training and competition
Taking responsibility for all aspects of performance
Developing coach/athletes relations
Managing emotions
Dealing with setbacks and injuries

Our experience spans from grassroots through to elite sport including: Premier League and International Football, Premiership and International Rugby, Tennis, Golf, Motor Racing, as well as Olympic cycles in; GB Taekwondo, Equestrian, Curling, Bobsleigh, Canoeing, Swimming, Wheelchair Rugby.

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What others say

“Leonie delivered a really engaging presentation for the Isle of Man Sport Lecture 2016 at the Gaiety theatre.  There were around 350 people in the audience who were all captivated by what was a complex subject, simplified superbly with the easy to understand chimp model.  Leonie brought sincerity and humour to her delivery  which was well received by all.  I was delighted to have Leonie return the next day to deliver a short workshop for our local sports coaches.  She was able to guide the group through valuable reflections of the previous presentation and embellish the model further.   Leonie facilitated group work exploring how, as coaches we can helpmanage ourselves emotionally and also how we can support our athletes to manage their emotions and decision making to aid enjoyment of sport and maximise our chances for success and development.  “I would highly recommend Leonie and the services of Chimp Management to anyone looking to improve their mind management skills”.

– Isle of Man Sport

The Chimp Management model is a hugely powerful system for understanding your own and others’ minds. In my opinion, nothing I have come across is so good at explaining why sometimes people think and act in ways that are clearly not helpful to them.
The things I learned are invaluable to me as an athlete, but, in some ways more importantly, are not just limited to the sporting world and are applicable, useful and powerful in day to day living.

– Etienne Stott, Olympic Slalom Canoeist