Dedicated to the research and practice of sustained peak performance
The 100% Project enables individuals, teams and organisations to reach their greatest potential. And stay that way.
A new study showed that only 25% of New Zealanders are currently operating at peak performance. Are you one of them? What about those around you?
Understanding the benefits of optimal functioning, and the mental, social and financial costs of languishing, prompted us to collaborate in the 100% Project – to share our knowledge to get as many people operating at 100% capacity as possible.
While wellbeing used to be regarded as soft skills and high performance science the domain of only our finest athletes, it is now widely recognised that a thorough understanding of both are essential for sustained peak performance. Only then are we protected from mental illness, physical sickness, absenteeism and presenteeism.
Using evidence-based theories, research and practical strategies picked from a variety of disciplines (positive psychology, exercise psychology, cognitive therapy, nutrition, sleep science and high performance sport) it equips individuals and organisations with knowledge allowing them to be the best they can be. A thorough understanding of behaviour change principles (and practice) allows us to deliver key messages in ways that stick and therefore facilitate sustained positive change, while our strong academic background in the field of resilience science means we can also train people to continue to function at their best in the face of everyday stresses and overcome adversity.
In the new economy where cognitive flexibility, motivation and communication are recognised as key indicators of peak performance, equipping individuals in these skills marks the difference between languishing lives and living at 100%.