Former Wales international footballer David Cotterill will provide the keynote talk at next month’s Sports & Leisure Forum, discussing mental health issues.
His presentation at the Sports & Leisure Forum will cover the story of his life experiences with mental health from his teen years into adult life as a professional footballer. Cotterill will discuss mental health in numbers, the help provided and why prevention is better than cure.
The talk will headline a brand new conference-only delegate ticket option at the Sports & Leisure Forum, a unique event for industry professionals that takes place on June 18th at the Radisson Blu Hotel, London Stansted.
Access to the conference stream costs £49, but for a limited time you can grab an early bird price at £39* – to secure yours contact Mark Davis on 01992 374101 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition, if you are interested in meeting suppliers as well as attending the conference programme, contact Mark for more details.
Among the other great speakers are Simon Shepard, CEO at Optima-Life, who will present The Multiplier Effect. People are facing significant challenge in the volatile and uncertain working world of the 21st century. If performance, energy and focus are critical to you, how are you addressing the human side of performance?
Be The Change is a session hosted by Brett Smith (Professor & Head of Research at the School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Birmingham) and Hilary Farmiloe (InstructAbility National Manager at Aspire). It will look at why disabled people are under-represented in the industry, what are the Industry Best Practice Guidelines, how to use them, and more.
Granny Was Wrong – You Shouldn’t Treat Others How You Want To Be Treated by Claire Harvey, Inclusion, Culture & Leadership Consultant at Anatta, asks: as organisations are facing a trust crisis and a war for talent, how do you maximise your culture to build trust, engagement and innovation.
For more information about attending the Sports & Leisure Forum, Mark Davis on 01992 374101 / email@example.com.
Alternatively, if you are a supplier to the sector and would like to meet with 65+ senior sports and leisure professionals, contact Josh Oxberry on 01992 374104 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Early-Bird offer valid until May 31st, 2019.