We are excited to report that on Saturday 17th August, The Whole Man Academy are returning to South Place Hotel for their next full-day event, from 10.30am-4pm.
Is there a theme, we hear you ask? Well, at the Whole Man Academy they love sport. Sport can unite and divide us, drive us crazy, make us jump for joy and burst into tears, sometimes all just a few minutes apart.
You will hear from guys such as Nick Compton, a man who has played at the highest level of international cricket. Nick played important roles in several notable England Test triumphs and has scored 775 runs in 16 Tests for England.
Simon Mundie, host of BBC Radio 4 podcast ‘Don’t Tell Me The Score’ will be in the house. Simon interviews men and women from the world of sport and asks, ‘What can sporting success teach us about ordinary life?’
We also have one of the UKs leading Mental Performance Coaches, Andrew Cohen-Wray. Andrew is a Director at 1404 Performance where he works alongside Paralympic Gold medallist, former world record holder and TV commentator Danny Crates. Together they bring their experience to help businesses create high performance cultures.
As always, you will also have time to chat, learn from each other, be inspired and make new connections. The event finishes at 4pm, but we will go for a drink afterwards, and would be delighted if you would join us.
Tickets are £26 per person and are available here.