Ask about Dr Phil Jauncey
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Key Points
  • Dr Phil Jauncey has been described as “one of Queensland’s most dynamic presenters.”
  • He was voted the "Outstanding Lecturer of the Year of 1990" at QUT.
  • He is a registered psychologist, and a member of the Australian Psychological Society and the APS College of Sports Psychologists.
  • Phil was sports psychologist with the Australian Baseball team and the Queensland Bulls Cricket team.
  • He was mental skills coach with the Brisbane Lions AFL team from 1994 until 2008 and sports psychologist with the Brisbane Broncos NRL team from 1993 for 15 years.
  • Understanding Ourselves and Others
    Helps people understand the differences between themselves and those around them.
  • Management Education 
    Introduces effective ways of managing staff, ensuring they take responsibility for their role and their actions.
  • The Power of Positive Doing 
    Gives participants an understanding of the difference between positive thinking and positive doing, and why action is so important.
  • Six Steps for Success 
    Examines existing approaches with a view to developing more effective strategies (for business, parenting, coaching and personal. wellbeing)
  • Changing Behaviour 
    Discusses what real behavioural change requires and whether the focus of that change should be directed at self or others.
  • Excuses are for Losers 
    Explores why people make excuses and how that impacts on the individuals and those around them.
  • Goal Setting 
    Helps clients gain focus and direction and ensure they understand the principle of goal setting and goal getting.
  • Profiling – Mozzie, Enforcer, Thinker, Feeler 
    Personal differences and how they impact on our approaches to life and our interactions with others.
  • Handbrakes to Success
    Rather than examining what 'motivates' people for success, this looks at what stops them from gaining success.

“Phil was a great fit for the audience - his presentation really hit the mark and reinforced everything that we covered earlier that day in the conference”. 
ING Australia