Rasmus is an ex-professional footballer and performance specialist who quit his job and travelled the world for six intense months, visiting “Gold Mines” of talent, living and training with the planet’s best athletes and their coaches.
Rasmus is now teaching companies and teams how to adopt the mindset and the kind of habits which produce World Class Performance. At 27, Rasmus has already published four bestsellers, which have sold more than 35,000 copies in Denmark alone. He is a personal coach to several top athletes as well as senior executives.
Today executives and organisations all over the world talk about “The War on Talent”. The scenario is crystal clear: Future success is about being able to attract the greatest talents. But do leaders know what to look for when they are supposed to spot talent? “The Gold Mine Effect Workshop” will challenge your most ingrained convictions about how to spot and grow talent. It raises questions such as how did one athletic club, which trains on diesel-scorched grass tracks in Kingston, Jamaica, manage to win nine sprint medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympics?
In The Gold Mine Effect Rasmus presents his surprising conclusions in seven lessons on how anyone – or any business, organisation or team – can defy the many misconceptions of high-performance and learn to build their own gold mine of real talent. In “The Gold Mine Effect Workshop” Rasmus will reveal the answers to those questions. It’s based on The Five Gold Mine Concepts and will answer what talent really is, how it is identified, grown and ignited. Key elements that Rasmus can cover include:
-The New Talent Concept
-High Potential Scouting
-A Culture of Practice
-The Six Rules of Mastery
Rasmus pumps winner’s DNA into the blood of his audiences, he combines storytelling with his own personal experience and the latest scientific results in a profoundly powerful cocktail. His approach to developing high-performance is highly practical and brutally honest.