The Ian Findlay Active Leaders Programme - Cycling Event

The Ian Findlay Active Leaders Programme - Cycling Event

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Falkirk High Train Station

Falkirk High Train Station

High Station Road



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Active Networking Event

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ACOSVO’s Active Leaders programme, which encourages the sector’s Chief Executive and senior leaders to rethink how they meet and network has been renamed in memory of late Chair, and Paths for All Chief Executive, Ian Findlay CBE.

The Ian Findlay Active Leaders Programme

Cycling Event

Led by: Keith Irving, Chief Executive, Cycling Scotland

Meeting point: Falkirk High Train Station

Over the past two years we have drastically shifted the way we have worked and lived, and we know more so than ever that meeting, networking and sharing ideas no longer needs to be done round a table (or behind a screen).

As leaders we spend so much time sitting at our desks, or in meetings, that sometime we forget the importance of wellbeing from a leadership perspective.

We're excited to be joined by Cycling Scotland's Chief Executive, Keith Irving. We will meet at Falkirk High train station and cycle along the Union Canal to the Falkirk Wheel and further, depending on the group’s preference- the cycle will not be a race or endurance event! Coffee or cake at Canada Wood Cafe or The Milk Barn will follow after the cycle. Join us and be part of revolutionising the health & wellbeing of leaders in the voluntary sector, leading the change toward a more active lifestyle.

This event aims to support leaders in the sector to de-stress, network, share & develop, all while ensuring we are treating ourselves as human beings first, leaders second.

We hope you can make it.

About the programme:

We want this programme to be as inclusive as possible and would be keen to adapt to suit individual needs & abilities.

If you would be interested in leading an active leadership event in your local area please get in touch with

Anyone participating in the Active Leaders Programme does so at their own risk.

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