Sport & Exercise Science, Webinars

Developing Resilience: From Theory to Practice – a webinar

This free BASES webinar, based on three decades of resilience theory and research presents a programme of mental fortitude training for persons wishing to develop resilience for sustained success.

At the end of the webinar, you should be able to:

  • Describe what resilience is (and isn’t).
  • Outline an evidence-based approach to the development of resilience for sustained success.
  • Provide practical guidance for those implementing or undertaking this training.

Developing Resilience: From Theory to Practice by Mustafa Sarkar and Paul Morgan was first broadcast 3:00-4:00 PM GMT, Thursday, 6th November 2014.

The recording is available to watch now.

webinarAbout the presenters

Mustafa Sarkar is a Research Fellow at the University of Gloucestershire. His research focuses on the psychology of sporting excellence in the areas of resilience in high achievers and its assessment in sport performers. Mustafa has worked closely with organisations on creating environments that enable high performance including WorldSkills UK, Loughborough Sport, British Triathlon, the England and Wales Cricket Board, the National Health Service and the Youth Sport Trust.

Paul Morgan is Head of Sport at Buckinghamshire New University. His research focuses on the psychology of sporting excellence in the area of team resilience in elite sport. Paul has worked closely with various rugby clubs in the UK to develop team resilience and is a member of the UCFB College of Football Advisory Board.

Advertisements
This entry was posted in: Sport & Exercise Science, Webinars
Tagged with: ,

by

Human Kinetics is the world's leading information provider on physical activity and health. This blog is operated by the European division of Human Kinetics, based in Leeds in the United Kingdom. In this blog we aim to bring you our latest products, news on our existing products and articles and information on health, exercise, fitness, PE, nutrition and much, much more.