About Performance Intelligence

Performance Intelligence was born out of seeing the missing gap that emerged in 2008 as the World Financial Crisis unfolded. Companies had focussed a great deal of their efforts into developing levels of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) in their staff. A useful strategy but one that clearly did not meet the requirements of what was needed.

We spent time really looking at the what those who survived and thrived in 2008, and other formative events, had that the others did not.

That’s when we created The Performance Intelligence Program so that this new altitude could be reached to enable people to be successful.

Meet the team who work tirelessly to help you on your way to High Performance:

Jez Cartwright   Founder

After years spent working with individuals, teams and organisations in all sectors across the world, he saw that people were not being helped to focus on the thing that is often overlooked: performance! The leadership world has come up with many ways to assist but often seemed to miss the mark.

True High Performance takes a great deal of skill and will and that is why Jez went about creating a program to help people focus on the simple concepts to enable this to be accessible to all. Welcome to the world of Performance Intelligence.

Louise Finlayson   Facilitator, Coach and our in-house Psychologist

Having worked with a range of leaders in many different disciplines all across the world, her insights as a psychologist allows her to help individuals unlock who they really are. She has developed her unique style in being able to help them work on what is then necessary to deliver High Performance.

Erik Schreter   Founder and CEO of Venwise

He and his team built Venwise to help executives solve problems. They have created curated communities of CEO’s in which they help open up the dialogue amongst their peers i.e. the people who really understand the challenges – and discover how they are solving their most pressing business issues. This then provides the platform to help them evolve into better problem solvers and decision makers themselves.