Brian Langsworth

Senior Performance Psychologist

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Favourite Sporting Moments:

Schwarzer’s saves and Aloisi’s goal to send Australia through to their 2nd Soccer World Cup, Adam Scott winning the 2013 US Masters but the favourite moment has to be Keiren Perkins defending his 1,500m crown at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, having just scraped into the Australian team initially, having barely made the final by 0.24 seconds, and winning from lane 8, going out hard as he had done in the semis but this time not fading. Remember watching in my tiny apartment, on an ancient TV, with tears in my eyes.

Overview of Credentials:

Brian is a registered psychologist and associate member of the Australian Psychological Society. His academic qualifications include: Diploma of Professional Practice from the College of Professional Psychology; Bachelor of Social Science and Honours degree in Psychology from Charles Sturt University; and Bachelor of Performing Arts from University of Western Sydney. Brian has over twelve years’ experience working in the field of Organisational Psychology working to improve the performance and effectiveness of individuals across the full employee life cycle from graduates to CEOs.

As a trainer, coach and facilitator, Brian has been involved in various programs across a range of areas including: providing effective feedback and coaching others; having crucial conversations; presentation and influencing skills; assessment of individuals for selection and development; career counselling; emotional intelligence; building a high performing team; understanding individual and team strengths and development opportunities; and building mental resilience.

His experience as an actor and a Psychologist see him uniquely placed within the industry. With his diverse experience, passion for sport, interest in performance, people and their development, Brian brings to Condor Performance a wealth of knowledge and insight into human behaviour and mental conditioning.