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International sport psychologist Dr. Ross Flowers shares valuable insight into identifying, developing and executing high performance. Dr. Flowers offers a glimpse into the minds of high performers who make sacrifices to pursue passion in order to train for and perform on the largest world stages. He illustrates how athletes, coaches, and sport psychologists work together to achieve highly coveted Olympic medals, and how elite athletic performance directly correlates with maximum employee performance.

Target audiences will be inspired by the passion, commitment to high performance, unique experiences, and motivational moments that Dr. Flowers shares in his dynamic presentations. Topics include but are not limited to: talent identification, developing and executing high performance, creating and integrating a performance curriculum, balancing health and wellness in performance, motivation, and Olympic experiences.

Presentations can be tailored to the needs and demands of the target audience. For booking and more information please call 619-227-6304 or email info@GilesLLC.com.

Past Presentations:

Association of Applied Sport Psychology


Bahamas Ministry of Youth, Sports & Culture

Caribbean Sport Psychology Conference

Chicago Bulls 

Mexican Society of Sport Psychology

National Basketball Players Association Top 100 Camp

National Basketball Association Rookie Transition Program

National Football League Program for Substance Abuse

Naval Special Warfare Center

Northern Arizona University

San Diego Psychological Association

San Diego State University

Trinidad & Tobago Ministry of Sport

University of California, Davis

USA Track & Field 

US Olympic Training Centers 

Washington Interscholastic Activities Association Coaches School 

Washington State Auto Dealers Association

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