Enhancement of workplace well-being though performance biology. Interventional strategies and monitoring systems. Development of strategies and products in health, well-being and human performance.
‘Performance biology’ is a central theme in performance optimisation.
Factors influencing human performance include intrinsic factors, particularly health and well-being (physiology, psychology, resilience, physical conditioning, nutrition, biomechanics & movement sciences), leadership/followership and other behaviours and education & training. Also extrinsic factors, such as environment, systems, technologies.
These factors are commonly addressed successfully in sport, but can be translated successfully to other arenas, and this is central to Professor Speed’s work.