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Elite Performance Partners continue to drive the potential in high performance forward through renewed Leaders partnership
Elite Performance Partners (EPP) have confirmed they’ll once again join the Leaders Performance Institute in 2021 to continue to push thinking around what it takes to support, grow and build high-performing teams, from their unique position in the market.
As the Leaders Performance Institute continues to expand its resources to meet the ever-changing needs of the global high performance community, EPP have continued to develop their offering to a global market, to provide enhanced advisory and leadership development services, complimenting their core search & selection business.
Working with numerous elite clubs, teams and sports organisations across the UK and beyond, EPP speak with senior leaders and expert practitioners across international sport on a daily basis, maintaining a deep view of current issues and a broad understanding of shared challenges across the global high performance landscape.
EPP will continue working with Leaders throughout the year ahead to explore and share thought leadership insight around structure, strategy, culture, people and leadership, including in-depth articles and knowledge sharing in a range of formats.
David Slemen, Founding Partner of Elite Performance Partners said:
“We’re thrilled to be partnering with the Leaders Performance Institute once again this year. Here at EPP we believe firmly in learning from and sharing success, and the Leaders Performance Institute live and breathe this ethos. We hope by sharing our learnings and experiences among their high performance network we can continue raising the standards in global sport performance.”
Oliver Escritt, Head of Membership at Leaders in Sport said:
“We are delighted to be partnering with EPP once again in 2021. Through their unique position in the market, the learnings they can share will absolutely help our members and their respective organisations reach their individual and collective potential in performance. We’re focused on pushing thinking and actions further for our members and the high performance community and we need and want to work with organisation like EPP, who are not afraid to ask the more difficult questions to achieve better outcomes.”
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