Productivity and Motivation: A Conversation with Jamil Qureshi

Welcome to ep.6 of emc3tv!

This new feature hosts some of the biggest and best speakers from around the world!️

Every fortnight we're going to be interviewing the change-makers and rule breakers who are redefining their industry.

We’re speaking to activists, business leaders, psychologists, leadership experts, sports stars, musicians, and many more - you do not want to miss this!

This week we are thrilled to welcome Jamil Qureshi, Performance Coach, Psychologist, Author & Keynote Speaker.

Jamil Qureshi is one of today's foremost practitioners of performance-enhancing psychology and is an expert in high performing teams. Jamil has enjoyed working with a rich diversity of the most talented business and sportspeople and teams in the world, helping six individuals get to World Number 1.

In 2006, he was appointed as the first-ever official psychologist to work with the European Ryder Cup team by captain Ian Woosnam. They made history in winning by a record-equalling margin. 

Jamil has worked with 22 golfers inside the top 50 in the world, including two number ones. He has also worked successfully with three English Premiership football clubs, and the 2009 Ashes-winning cricketers. 

Ranked among the most influential figures in British sport in 2009, Jamil was voted in the top 100 most powerful men in golf 2008 by his international peers. 

In business and industry, Jamil has worked from CEO and board level to middle management in a variety of sectors, working with business leaders and companies in over 24 different countries, helping teams to fulfil their potential by orchestrating change and performance programmes. 

Join us as we dive deeper into the world of performance & productivity and see what motivates some of the world's best sportsmen and sportswomen. 

Thanks again for tuning in and we hope you enjoy!


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