Founder of LiquidThinker, change management consultant and author of seven best-sellers, Professor Damian Hughes takes the psychological methods used by great achievers to show, in easy steps, how you can adopt them into your own life and business. A motivational speaker who is passionate about sport, Damian works as a sports psychologist for Sale Sharks, Warrington Wolves, West Bromwich Albion, France, England and GB Rugby League team.
Founder of LiquidThinker, Professor Damian Hughes has also written six best-selling books. He takes the psychological methods used by great achievers and shows, in easy steps, how you can adopt them into your own life and business.
Passionate about sport, Damian is a change management consultant and sports psychologist for Sale Sharks, Warrington Wolves, West Bromwich Albion, France, England and GB Rugby League team.
With social change also on his agenda, Damian runs a Manchester inner-city youth club, where kids find a sanctuary to help keep them away from crime, and guide them towards finding a purpose in life – often fulfilled by untapped sporting talent which can lead to great success and can be life-changing.
Damian has been nominated for the 2007 William Hill Sports book of the year award for Peerless, his biography of boxing great Sugar Ray Robinson. In 2009, he co-authored a critically acclaimed biography of boxing legend, Thomas Hearns in Hitman: the Thomas Hearns Story. In 2013, he wrote amazon’s best selling sports biography, Marvelous: The Marvin Hagler Story.
He was appointed as a Professor of Organisational Psychology and Change for Manchester Metropolitan University in September 2010.
Damian’s innovative approach has been praised by Sir Richard Branson, Muhammad Ali, Sir Terry Leahy, Sir Roger Bannister, Tiger Woods, Jonny Wilkinson and Sir Alex Ferguson.
His published books include Liquid Thinking, Liquid Leadership and How to Change Absolutely Anything, How to Think Like Sir Alex Ferguson and 5 Steps to a Winning Mindset.
- The psychology of engagement
- The psychology of change
- Liquid Leadership