Craig Robertson is a Leadership and Sports Performance Coach passionate about raising both organization performance and sports success. Trained in Sports Psychology, Craig’s passion is helping people and organizations get the balance right to better perform ‘in the zone.’ Defining the culture, purpose, and associated strategy helps unlock more passion and motivation. This is the core of how to more consistently achieve any goals, built on a vision for peak individual and team performance.
Craig’s experience is also heavily influenced by his practical insights from his corporate management experience as a leader in business. This plus the great learning from tennis, both as a player, as well working in the US as a USPTR Professional Tennis Coach, combine with the unique challenges of failing in his brief time playing professional rugby, all help shape his knowledge and understanding of growth and development.
As a Leadership Coach, Craig has worked with many business owners, as well as individual sports people, to help them achieve peak performance ‘in the zone’ results. A key tool he uses is the motivemap web technology, used to create a map forward of the goals or intentions, to document the strategy and actions necessary to build more sustainable peak performance results, hence greater self belief and/or team success. At the core is the culture of a team, or reputation for an individual, how they wish to behave along the path to achieve the desired goals, in-order to fully maximize success.
Living in Auckland New Zealand, Craig uses the 4 Zone Model to explain peak sports performance and how integrating the head, body and heart zones, help you more consistently perform ‘in the zone.’ This is also Craig’s journey, how he has moved from being stuck in the head to being more motivated and ‘in the zone’ from the heart. Including how these zones affect our decision making is a core passion.
Sport has also been a source of immense learning and personal growth. The challenge of gaining more consistency in personal performance in tennis and rugby. This has helped Craig understanding the emotions that create or sabotage peak ‘in the zone’ performance.