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|About||EIGER Performance excels in providing Leadership and High Performance Team development in sport, education, & corporate sectors.|
|Mission||Enabling clients to achieve higher performance through leadership and high performance team development.|
Aiming higher, going further. Enabling clients to achieve higher performance.
EIGER Performance excels in providing Leadership and High Performance Team development in the corporate, education and sport sectors. It also provides Public Speaking and Sports Event Management Services. With Headquarters in Edinburgh we have a global reach.
Guy Richardson, Founder.
Over a period of 30 years Guy has been developing and leading High Performance Teams. Uniquely, he has worked in one of the elite armies of the world as well as one of the world’s most celebrated international sports teams.
He was an officer in the British Army for 20 years and in 2004 joined The Scottish Rugby Union as the Scotland National Rugby Team Manager. Following this in 2010, Guy became the Director of Operations for The British and Irish Lions Rugby Team, a job in which he was accountable for everything off the field of play. His collaborative leadership enabled him to get the very best out of stakeholders, all working to the one goal.
Following the success of the tour in 2013, Guy founded his company EIGER Performance, a leadership and high-performance consultancy working across diverse sectors such as education, sport, and business. Guy is a graduate of The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst and The Open University. He is an Associate of the Edinburgh Institute and a visiting lecturer in Leadership, High Performance Teams and Culture at 10+ universities across the UK.
Ashley Ferkol, Associate.
Ashley competed as a junior national-level tennis player in the United States and later graduated from The Ohio State University with honours with a bachelor's degree in Psychology and Spanish. After graduation, Ashley worked in business development with national and multi-national corporations while also continuing to coach tennis.
The combination of this experience motivated Ashley to pursue and complete her MSc in Performance Psychology from the University of Edinburgh. Ashley is pa