Craig Johns, also known as the active CEO and Chief Energy Officer, is an entertaining, engaging and thought-provoking international speaker, who focuses on transforming influencers into being high performing leaders.
He decided to Break The CEO Code and focus on implementing the skills he had learnt as a former elite athlete, sport scientist and international head coach into becoming a high performing CEO. Utilising his 25 years of experience successfully leading, managing, coaching and providing sport science around the globe, Craig has developed Breaking The CEO Code and active CEO to transform leaders into becoming high performing leaders.
“As humans we are creatures of habit and require boundaries in our lives.” CRAIG JOHNS
As a speaker, coach, curator and active CEO podcast host, Craig works with organisations and individuals to improve their wellness, productivity, influence and performance. His next generation leadership performance solutions are based on real facts and evidence. He delivers them in a practical way that you easily understand and can effectively implement.
Craig focuses on human performance, productivity, leadership and team culture for CEO’s, executives and influencers. A relentlessly curious speaker, Craig has a unique obsession with human behaviour and performance. He is able to present both keynotes and workshops for audiences of all sizes.
BREAKING THE CEO CODE
FUTURE OF LEADERSHIP PERFORMANCE
It can be very lonely at the top. Leaders are constantly under pressure to deliver outcomes such as more perfection, profit, products and prestige. They fall into the trap of working harder and thinking that more is better, when in most cases less is more. Craig learnt first hand the negative consequences of setting a culture of more, rather than facilitating a high performance environment.
“Have you ever over done it, in your life … for all the right reasons?” CRAIG JOHNS
HOW TO LEAN INTO PRESSURE
In a world of uncertainty and competition for our attention, we feel under relentless pressure to perform. When it comes to performance, pressure always wins. The most successful teams and people walk towards pressure, and they understand the art of when to apply or release it.