Professor Tim Rees PhD
Tim is Professor of Sport at Bournemouth University, a Chartered Psychologist, Chartered Scientist, Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Tim has over 20 years’ experience working with numerous high-performance individuals and organizations across business, sport, and life.
Tim is a leading authority on human performance and talent development and is at the heart of an emerging body of understanding, which encourages a new way of thinking about performance. His specialist interest in the new psychology of performance and leadership has led to speaking engagements, collaborations, and consulting appointments worldwide, with his work into how individuals and organizations can reach optimum performance applied to all walks of life.
Tim’ s work has been published in the most prestigious and high-impact academic publications as well as in all major printed and online media including extensive interviews for BBC Radio 4 and US National Public Radio. His recent work on the “Great British Medalists” study was the most downloaded Sports Medicine article of 2016, was nominated for the Times Higher Education Research Project of the Year award, as well as being referenced across many domains (e.g., Sir Michael Barber, former chief adviser to Tony Blair, drew on this work in outlining the keys to developing talent).