WORKING WITH YOU TO REFINE YOUR PERFORMANCE
Phil Glasgow brings over 20 years experience working in high performance sport helping people and teams to achieve their goals
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Growing up in rural Co. Tyrone I always loved being connected to an environment that gave me space to grow and learn. Since a young age, I have been fascinated by people who are masters of their craft. Watching my father expertly handle a spade, (just like Seamus Heaney described in his famous poem 'Digging') and wanting to master whatever I had in my hand, I have devoted much of my personal and professional life to understanding the practices that underpin excellence .
Resistant to being confined to one thing, I have integrated learning from different spheres and have applied these principles when working with some of the best athletes and performers in the world. I had the honour of being Chief Physiotherapy Officer for the most successful British Olympic Team in history at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. I am recognised as a leader in supporting high performance programmes and regularly present at international conferences on areas related to leadership and return to performance.
Click below to learn more about some of the things that have shaped my journey and characterise my approach
Here is a collection of podcasts, videos and posts where I discuss various aspects of performance and leadership. Click on the images to check them out.
In this episode Phil shared some gold. If you’re interested in learning more about performance mindset and mastery, this is the episode for you!
Phil joins Rob Pacey to discuss a range of areas related to sports performance.
Phil joins Ben Ashworth on the Inform Performance for a pragmatic discussion about performance, decision making, effective learning and more. They discuss:
Phil sits down with Andy Thomas to discuss his journey and key experiences that have shaped his practice.
Phil joins Evert Verhagen for the Pearls of Performance podcast. Over next two episodes Phil discusses the key attributes of leadership and what it means to be skilled at whatever you are doing.
Phil joins Evert Verhagen for the second part of his Pearls of Performance podcast. In this episode Phil further considers the hallmarks of mastery and how to lead well under pressure.
Phil joins Andrew Caldwell to discuss:
Here is the link to Phil's presentation at the leadership symposium at the World Congress of Physical Therapy in Geneva 2019. Note: Phil's talk starts at c.40 minutes into video.
ORGANISATIONS I HAVE WORKED WITH