Mental Resilience, Motivating & Inspiring Others, Motivation & Productivity, Teambuilding & Communication
British Round the World Yachtsman and World Record sailor, Alex Alley, has spoken all over the world on his racing experiences, from teaching himself to sail, to representing and winning for his country. Alex and Paula tell their amazing story and how this will help leaders in business.
Employee Engagement, Innovation Culture, Sales Training, Teambuilding & Communication
AmyK is a catalyst for producing sustainable solutions to a leader’s most pressing challenges. She provides leadership tools that have immediate practical applications for increasing performance and productivity levels in individuals and teams.
Leadership, Motivating & Inspiring Others, Teambuilding & Communication
Caspar has sailed twice around the world. Once on the world’s toughest yacht race and once with his wife and three young children. He has built multiple successful businesses and sold one whilst sailing the Pacific Ocean. Caspar combines his experiences from both business and sailing to deliver a wow experience that leaves audiences inspired and with actionable take-aways.
Corporate Culture & Values, Change Management, Performance Management & Appraisals
David has over 35 years corporate experience of change management, including the turnaround of the Asda Retail Business. David’s style is to engage with his audience and to tell stories to bring his points alive. He is impactful, taking a simple and practical approach to complex issues.
Donald helps his clients understand the science of engagement at an emotional level – the key to improved sales performance, employee productivity and more.
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Motivating & Inspiring Others, Self-Leadership & Personal Motivation
Paul McGee is one of the UK’s leading speakers on the subject of change, workplace relationships and motivation. His provocatively titled book SUMO (Shut Up, Move On) became an instant best seller and his book on Self Confidence reached number one in the WHSmith’s business book chart and remained there for a further 24 weeks.