- Team work in the winning years of Ferrari F1 (14 titles in 10 years)
- The role and importance of collective intelligence
- authority and authoritativeness
- knowing how to take decisions
- the involving and engagement
- being alone in deciding
- target and process, the goal generate anxiety, the process generate happiness
- how charisma is obtained
- The role of emotions: how Michale Schumacher, Alain Prost, Valentino Rossi and Nole Djokovic use their emotions
- what means manage the emotions
- knowing how to navigate the emotions
- team world requires the use of emotions
- The definition and the ingredients of performance
- Having courage, the journey from anxiety to courage
- Spirituality in the world of extreme sports translated into the world of business
- The meaning of comfort zone
- The change and changing mentality
- Innovation and its ingredients
- Continuous improvement
- The winning mentality
In addition to keynote speeches, it can carry out training courses such as:
Kick off Leadership course
The training course begins with a speech of about 3 hours on the following contents:
- Emotional intelligence, what emotions are and how they affect our life;
- How collective intelligence intervenes in team efficiency;
- What makes emotional intelligence important in sales and private life;
- Empathy – motivation – navigating emotions, they are essential in interpersonal relationships;
- How champions use emotions;
- Team work and collective intelligence, in my first ten years in Ferrari we have not won anything in the following ten years we have won 14 titles out of 20;
- Motivation and passion, synergy of AMBITION-MISSION-VISION;
- How to motivate;
- The passive side of our thoughts —> fear – judgment – sense of guilt;
- How to pass from anxiety to courage;
- The concept of being in the present, the conscious and the unconscious mind;
- How can an F1 driver be so effective in finding the limit? —> performance;
- Continuous improvement, my first day of testing with Alain Prost.
The course is divided into the acquisition of notions and realistic exercises of three distinct disciplines; Emotional Intelligence, Collective Intelligence and Managing Caoching.
In a continuous technological evolution that is transforming communication and working methods inside and outside the company (technological intelligence) it is necessary to develop what still remains a prerogative of people, the use of emotions (Emotional Intelligence).
More than 50% of individual and corporate performance is explained by Emotional Intelligence. The development of Emotional Intelligence within an organization in the relationship between boss and collaborator and towards customers allows to:
- Improve company performance;
- Improve the organizational climate;
- Improve relationships within the company;
- Develop change management processes of success
- Increase customer satisfaction
- Be an effective manager
- Connect with collaborators to enhance and motivate them.
Collective Intelligence is based on the concept that “the whole is more than the sum of its parts” and is little known and exploited in the business world:
- Contributes to the transfer of knowledge from the individual to the collective;
- Explains how individuals can work on important problems and opportunities, collectively, dynamically and intelligently, as well as anticipate opportunities and respond to a situation, leveraging their collective perception, intuition and planning
Managing Coaching is the leadership and management style recognized as being among the most effective, it is based on communication skills, on the use of emotions and on the knowledge of some skills of the coach who is very skilled in listening and being able to ask open, powerful and insinuating questions, leading the employee to work on the objectives with motivation and energy.
Contents and methodology training course
Compilation of an Emotional Intelligence questionnaire by all participants where, through various reports, the ability to use emotions can be identified. The investigated areas are eight:
- Recognizing emotional paths;
- Using sequential thinking;
- Navigating emotions;
- Finding intrinsic motivation;
- Exercising optimism;
- Growing empathy;
- Pursuing excellent goals.
The trainer will release the results through a coaching session of about 60-90 minutes for each participant, in this session we will identify his areas of strength (growth goals) and training exercises in order to achieve them. The participants who have just completed the questionnaire will receive a complete report of his Emotional Intelligence to read before meeting with the trainer.
Complete two-day Managing coaching course where we will show the preparatory skills for the coaching style:
- Use of emotions —> emotional communication;
- Ability to live the present —> the art of questions —> coach skills;
- Effective communication —> elements of NLP in communication.
- To be more aware of how to be a manager coach who has put the human aspect at the center of one s attention;
- To favor the decision-making process;
- To be more effective in performing as a manager through coaching skills;
- To manage by motivating;
- To be a manager coach who has understood that powerful questions are intuitions, only through living in the present will you be an efficient manager;
- Effective communication;
- To be more engaging;
- How the use of emotions intervenes in managing coaching and how it helps in meetings even at a distance;
- To understand and practice the Collective Intelligence;
- How the SPIRAL model is the basis of managing coaching;
- To be more centered and free from judgments and anxieties, essential for a manager coach.
Luigi Mazzola today is an emotional speaker, executive coach and corporate trainer. To get here and speak at events, meetings and seminars, the journey was long and the opportunities to learn and grow countless.
HE was born in Ferrara (Italy) and I graduated in Mechanical Engineering, automotive specialization, at the Polytechnic of Turin.
He joined Formula 1 and Ferrari in 1988, with the role of Race Engineer. His journey through the ranks of the prancing horse ended in 2009 as executive coordinator of performance development. Together with the Maranello team, He won 8 Formula 1 World Constructors Championships and 6 Formula 1 World Drivers Championships as Technical Manager of Test Activities.
The contact with prestigious drivers like A.Prost to M. Schumacher, N. Mansell, G. Berger, R. Barrichello, E. Irvine, K. Raikkonen, F. Massa and J. Alesi made his sporting experience unique under the technical and human point of view.
Very early in his career the need for change grew in him and so from the role of engineer he passed to that of manager and leader. Specialization courses in resource management areas like Master in NLP, Master in Executive Coaching. Today is an Executive Coach Accredited with PCC at the ICF (International Coaching Federation) and accredited with Sei Development and Vital Sign with SixSeconds, a leading Emotional Intelligence training company, of which he is also a partner.
Attracted by the mind and its facets, he focused his journey on the knowledge of the human mind, the unconscious and spirituality. Coaching has favored the development of alternative mental training models focused on excellence in performance and change.
In his vision as an emotional speaker and performance coach, he choose the combination of technical-business skills and soft skills, the ideal strategy for performance development and personal growth.
Recently he was technical director of Venturi Automobiles Formula E Team, which participates in the FIA Formula E World Championship, lecturer at ALTEMS – Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Rome for the Master s Leadership in Medicine, collaborator of BBS – Bologna Business School.
Race Anatomy Formula , broadcast on Sky , is the sports lounge where he is a regular guest commenting on the sporting events of the Grand Prix.
His approach, his point of view, his beginning
Passion, energy, emotions, obsessive search for performance, commitment and a clear vision of its values. This guides his activity as a testimonial, executive coach and trainer.
To make my motivation grow even more is the pleasure of communicating and interacting with people, it is for them that he does his best. For this reason, after twenty years of experience in the sports field, today he teaches managing coaching.
The contribution of sport in my experience as a motivational speaker
Being a leader for many years in a company like Ferrari has encouraged him to to continuous improvement. An over twenty-year sporting path made up of many successes, moments of strong change, stress, commitment, the search for maximum performance and the achievement of challenging goals. The sports field was a wonderful training for him, made up of constant teamwork.
Creativity, responsibility, motivation, leadership, excellence, involvement, emotions, working in a multidisciplinary environment: this is what Formula has given him. Working side by side with athletes, the competition between winning and motivated competitors. This allowed him to experience many emotions and to understand how much being an authoritative figure makes a difference. Here I met leadership for the first time.
Emotions in today’s world
This is the result of the synergy between competence and intuition and occurs through the dynamic cooperation of the group. Being competent in managing coaching and therefore knowing the skills of the coach allows the leap in quality in the workplace and managerial as well as in the personal sphere.
We live in a period where Industry 4.0 is experiencing enormous developments. The world of Formula 1 has already been considered a cutting-edge, developed and modern sector since many years ago. Motorsport has always been a step forward for another reason as well, because the people who work in this sector are INFINITE.0.
People who are clear about their projects, are aware users of emotions and spirituality. Here is the difference between people and computers. Companies, schools and universities must be aware that in order to grow and progress, the person must be placed at the center and must be enabled to develop specific skills.
The assists of the great champions and the Emotional Intelligence
Formula1 drivers like Michael Schumacher or Alain Prost and tennis players of the caliber of Novak Đjoković perform incredible performances, giving each of us ideas for their individual growth. Their ability to use emotions led him to study Emotional Intelligence, to be a practitioner of it and, thanks to training and study, to be able to teach it to others.
The attitude of athletes, their ability to live in the present, the strength to respond to change, are teachings that each of us can learn and use in daily life. Concepts such as fear, judgment and guilt arise from the passive side of thinking and fail when athletes focus on their performance.
In their activity, during the race there is courage, determination, the desire to give the maximum.