Practical insights on performance and leadership

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Cath Bishop is an experienced speaker and author who draws on her careers as an Olympic rower, a senior diplomat specialising in conflict stabilisation and now a business coach, to bring insights into the mindset, behaviours and culture that underpin high performance and effective leadership.

'A deep and rewarding exploration of human motivation in sport, politics, business and our personal lives'
Financial Times 

'Powerful and profound'
Matthew Syed

'Anyone interested in motivation should read this book and think deeply'
Margaret Heffernan

'This book will change your outlook on everything'
Clare Balding

About Cath

Cath works as a business speaker, coach, consultant and author, supporting organisations who want to build effective teams, enable cultural transformation and develop effective leaders.

Cath's Book 'The Long Win'

Cath's first book The Long Win: The search for a better way to succeed is published in October 2020. It examines our obsession with winning and offers a fresh perspective on how we might redefine what winning means in order to be more successful. 

Radio 4's Don't Tell Me the Score Podcast :The Trouble with Winning

Watch Cath's TEDX talk on resilience

Cath Bishop Speaker TedX talk

Click here to watch Cath's TEDx talk on resilience

Cath is an awesome collaborator, whether as a co-presenter, keynote facilitator or leadership consultant

The Future of Business Books: There’s nothing new under the sun… except perhaps adjusting our mindsets?
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Superheros or mortals? The dangers of immortality & a lost opportunity
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What does winning really mean?
As I continue my research into society’s obsession with winning, whether in sport, business or education, I see repeatedly that[...]
Get to the barricades – we need to start challenging & bringing down those assumptions!
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Why oh Why oh why?
I sometimes feel like I'm in a parallel universe during that initial conversation with a leader or executive who asks[...]
Sporting superstars?
Sporting superstars….  they’re easy to spot, pictures in the tabloids all the time, expensive watches and jewellery, quite a few[...]