We use cookies to improve your experience on this website.
Network Ireland

Smart Thinking for Peak Performance

On: 16 Jan 2019 06.00 PM To: 16 Jan 2019 09.00 PM

Smart Thinking for Peak Performance

We are delighted to welcome Valerie Pierce, creator of ‘Clear & Critical Thinking’ Training who will take us through her seminar on 'Smart Thinking for Peak Performance' 

Tickets available now

“Knowing how to think properly is an obvious and essential skill if you want to stay one step ahead of the pack. The mystery is that so few people invest in their thinking skills. Most of us assume that we do - until, that is, we meet someone like Valerie Pierce, creator of the Clear & Critical Thinking Programme. An afternoon with Pierce will leave you feeling that you have woken out of a coma."

Tina-Marie O’Neill, Journalist, Sunday Business Post


Success in 2019 and beyond requires a quality of thinking that is sharp, critical and one step ahead.

Successful innovation and application requires a blend of creativity, clear thinking and the ability to get things done.

In this short Seminar Slot, Valerie Pierce, Creator of the Clear and Critical Thinking training programmes will run through some simple thinking techniques to enhance your peak performance in challenging times, using the 3 P’s:


You will learn to:

Use your Passion to control your Emotions
Ask the right questions to get the best answers
Transform Negative Thinking into Positive Action

Presenter Profile:


Valerie Pierce: MA (Phil) MSc (Executive Coaching) FIITD

Professor of Practice at Ashridge/Hult International Business School

Nominated for the European EMCC Coaching Award 2015


Creator of Clear & Critical Thinking training programmes, developing creative and analytical thinking skills for successful problem solving, decision making, innovation and influence

Valerie is the Founder & Director of Clear & Critical Thinking training modules and author of the books ‘Quick Thinking on Your Feet.’ & ‘Focus: The Art of Clear Thinking’

Her international client list includes Apple, IBM, Xerox, Coca Cola, Pepsi Cola, KPMG, Oracle, AIB group, GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer, The Victoria & Albert Museum, The British Law Society, The Central Bank of Ireland, Dept. Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Dept. Justice, Equality and Law Reform, the Office of the Revenue Commissioners and RTE amongst others.

Valerie has lectured on MBA programmes at Ashridge/Hult Business School (UK) Hult San Francisco Campus (USA), Brooks University Oxford, Warwick Medical School, Smurfit School of Business and Trinity College Dublin. She is the author of the ‘Creative Problem Solving’ Learning Guide for the Ashridge/Hult virtual online learning portal

Website: www.clearthinkinginaction.com

Email: vpierce@clearthinkinginaction.com