Surviving & Thriving in Times of Change

Those on the front line in the global effort to defeat Covid-19 are experiencing pressures like never before. Adopting the right mindset and getting the necessary rest and relaxation is essential for Police Officers and other first-responders in these challenging times. Without the right support and guidance, that is, of course, easier said than done.

Watch Professor Damian Hughes presentation below as he shares his knowledge on how embracing change and developing a winning mindset can be achieved, even in the most difficult of circumstances. By registering below, first responders get a free access code to Pzizz, the leading sleep app designed to bring great sleep to the world through a mix of music, voiceovers and sound effects.


Professor Damian Hughes combines his practical and academic background within sport, organisational development and change psychology, to help organisations and teams to create a high performing culture. The author of eight best-selling business books, in 2010 Damian was appointed as a Professor of Organisational Psychology and Change for Manchester Metropolitan University.

Currently serving as a member of the coaching team for Scotland Rugby Union and Canberra Raiders, Damian’s innovative and exciting approach has been praised by Sir Richard Branson, Muhammad Ali, Sir Terry Leahy, Sir Roger Bannister, Tiger Woods, Jonny Wilkinson and Sir Alex Ferguson.


Use this form below to register for your Pzizz code

“Sleep is important for everyone, but especially first responders. When stress is mounting and situations become difficult it’s hard to keep taking care of yourself and staying healthy. That’s why we’re incredibly excited here at Pzizz to partner with Axon to give police the support they need to sleep better at night, so they can perform their best during the day.”

Rockwell Shah (Pzizz CEO) 

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