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The Road to Resilience: Lessons from Sport, Exploration and Business

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Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery

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Exeter

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The Road to Resilience: Lessons from Sport, Exploration and Business.

Join Premiership rugby legend Gareth Steenson, Polar Explorer Ann Daniels and other inspiring business leaders at this event in Exeter.

How do you form teams that deliver under pressure?

What are the motivational techniques that really work?

How do you support different personality types, and unite them to strive for a common cause?

A one-day gathering packed with incredible speakers, offering business insight and inspiration, is coming to Exeter.

Be it high-achieving teams in business, elite sport or expeditions, key attributes, techniques and learnings can be applied. Learn from experts and gain unique insights at this event on Thursday October 5, 2017.

There are two ticket options: full-day VIP and Afternoon ticket:

The full-day VIP tickets are £95 and include a VIP morning event, with roundtable sessions with speakers and guests, networking and lunch, starting at 10.30am.

The Afternoon tickets are £40 (1-5pm) and include:

  • Lessons in Mental Toughness: Ann Daniels, polar explorer

  • Your People are Your Future, a Transformational Journey: Robert Camp, Managing Partner, Stephens Scown

  • Unlocking Your Team’s True Potential: Mark Rhodes, international sailor, performance coach and former Oman Olympic team coach

  • Leading a Business with Hardiness and Resilience: Phil Sampson, Director, Sampson Hall

  • The Speed of Change - Running a Newspaper in a Digital Age: Bill Martin, Editor, Western Morning News

  • Talk and Q&A with Gareth Steenson - Premiership rugby legend in his Testimonial Season - Achieving your goals; succeeding under pressure; elite performance; building resilient teams

  • Panel Discussion

  • Business networking opportunities

  • Refreshments

Ann Daniels: “One of the first women in history to reach the North and South Poles as part of all women teams.”

Gareth Steenson: Premiership Champion 2016/17 and Aviva Premiership top points scorer 2016.

Robert Camp: During his 6 years as Managing Partner of South West Law firm Stephens Scown, Robert has been instrumental in driving the firm’s success, achieving a 40% upturn in turnover and an increase in staff numbers.

Mark Rhodes: International sailor, performance coach and former Oman Olympic team coach.

Bill Martin: Editor of Western Morning News. In the newspaper business, Western Morning News has faced disruption on an almost daily basis for the past decade or so. Resilience is one discipline Editor Bill Martin and his team have had to learn, and develop.

Phil Sampson: A former Royal Marine who founded Sampson Hall Ltd in 2009, Sampson Hall bring the hard learned military lessons on strategy, organisations and leadership from the battlefield to business.

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Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery

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Exeter

EX4 3RX

United Kingdom

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