Posts tagged with: Human Performance

Formula One’s ‘Super Performers’

What are the cognitive demands of driving a Formula One car? How can we measure them? Through my work with Hintsa Performance, I’m privileged to work with a number of Formula One coaches, drivers and teams. I recently recorded a […]

Podcast: Avoiding Cognitive ‘Middle Gear’

Think about your average day. Do you feel time pressure? How complex are your tasks? How often do you switch between tasks in a given time period? These three components aggregate to describe the cognitive load of almost any activity […]

The Attention Paradox

Many human jobs are likely to be replaced in whole, or in part (1). The workplace of the future will place greater demands on our ability to focus, solve complex problems, think critically and generate creative insights (2), but does […]

AI vs. EI (Will A Robot Steal Your Job?)

New York City, 1997, reigning world chess champion Gary Kasparov is facing a formidable opponent: IBM’s recently upgraded Deep Blue computer. The match is taking place in a small television studio but several floors below, 500 people are squeezed into […]

‘Show Up’ & Listen To Your Body

One of my early coaches was fond of encouraging me to “just do the work”. The phrase became a personal mantra that continues to echo in my consciousness, to this day. 5 intervals into a 20 interval set and I […]