Dr Steve Bull
Dr Steve Bull is a keynote speaker, author and “high performance” consultant. During his 40 year career he has coached CEOs, Olympic athletes, NATO officers, actors and university professors. He has attended 3 Olympic Games as the Great Britain Team Headquarters Psychologist and has worked with 100s of athletes in professional sports helping individuals and teams optimize their performance potential.
After working with the World Cup winning England Women’s Cricket Team for 10 years he worked with the England Men’s Team for 16 years during which time they famously regained the Ashes from Australia in 2005 before going on to reach No.1 in the world rankings for the first time ever in the modern era.
Having gained a PhD early in his career, in 2006 he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in recognition of his “outstanding contribution to international sport psychology”. Steve has specialized as an executive coach and business consultant in the second half of his career delivering development programmes in high performance leadership, team effectiveness, change management, organizational culture and resilience. He has worked with a wide range of organizations throughout Europe, the USA, the Middle East and Asia - including a wide range of FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 listed companies.
Throughout his career he has published 8 books. Most notably “The Game Plan: Your guide to mental toughness at work” which has sold around the world and in which he presents a practical guide to developing resilience in the workplace.
Steve’s own leadership experience includes serving terms as Chair of five national executive committees, including the British Olympic Association Psychology Steering Group, and the England and Wales Cricket Board Science and Medicine Advisory Group for which he was the inaugural Chair.