At a Glance
Performance Prime’s unique training programs help clients develop the skills and framework to control focus and maintain confidence.
Our ‘Performance Thinking’ programs apply the techniques used successfully by thousands of world-class athletes, top motorsport racers, elite special forces warriors, business leaders and entrepreneurs to answer the challenges of today’s high-pressure business world.
- A comprehensive, one-on-one evaluation of mental skills, followed by a user-driven mentoring process that is structured over the period of a year.
- Educational corporate group and team experiences that accommodate large numbers of team members.
- Individual mentoring and coaching programs associated with the ACT Model process, following a group seminar experience.
Who is Behind This?
An internationally-recognized educator, author and performance coach Dr. Jacques Dallaire founded Performance Prime in 2005. With nearly five decades of proven experience in the high-performance world, he is a man in demand all over the globe.
After completing his doctoral studies in exercise science at the University of Alberta, Dr. Dallaire taught at McGill University and served as Manager of Science and Medicine Programs at Sport Canada.
A founding member of the International Council of Motorsport Sciences, he was inducted into the Canadian Motorsports Hall of Fame in recognition of his state-of-the-art training strategies and impact on the sport.
As company President, he now spends time delivering custom performance improvement programs to business leaders, athletes, and teams seeking an edge.
Notes of Interest
Dr Dallaire will be presenting a FREE 60-minute TEAMS Live Event Webinar – May 11, 2020 at 12:00pm Noon EDT in the US, in association with the Racing Goes Safer Foundation. Amongst other topics, he will be discussing the powerful link that exists between what we FOCUS on and how it affects PERFORMANCE, the state of mind we call WORRY, and on ANXIETY. To find out more about his work in the high-performance world and to access the link needed to join the webinar on May 11, 2020, use the Linktr.ee/drdallaire address in your browser.