Creating your company engagement day; bringing teams together
Your team’s engagement and wellbeing is important, which is why our sport to business days are perfect for inspiring and motivating the individuals within them to perform better. We will facilitate your event from start to finish, immersing your team in a sport of your choice and touching on topics from creative thinking, wellbeing, leadership, psychology & mental health and motivation in an exciting and diverse environment.
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We work around you; facilitating a sport to business day that best suits your needs and requirements. Whether you want to focus on an early morning session or late afternoon presentation, our model will ensure we maximise your day.
We’ve worked hard to secure some of the top UK sporting locations to bring that extra bit of magic.
Hosted by some of the top UK’s sportsmen and women, you’ll learn from the best in their class. Each of our speakers and coaches is renowned in their field of sport, giving you the opportunity to understand how they got to the top of their game. They’ll immerse you in their world, giving you top tips, management strategies and coaching; allowing your team to understand what it takes to succeed.
Andrew Strauss OBE
is a former English cricket captain and member of the Middlesex County Cricket Club. In 2015 he became the Director of Cricket for England and has a host of legendary wins for the England cricket team. Strauss is a sporting legend with world-class experience and knowledge on leading one of the most profound English sports teams in recent history.
Gail Emms MBE
is an icon of British sporting success, with a string of gold, silver and bronze medals achieved in a huge array of international competitions and Olympic Games. As a former world champion and having won a silver medal at the Athens Olympic Games with mixed badminton doubles partner Nathan Robertson. As one of Britain’s inspiring Olympians, Gail Emms MBE represents the very best of the nation’s sporting offering.
Lewis Moody MBE
is a former English rugby union player who played for Bath Rugby and was part of the 2003 World Cup winning side. He is known for the enthusiasm with which he plays the game, his willingness to chase down opponents and his ability to compete for possession at restarts, earning him the nickname “Mad Dog” from teammates and supporters.A world-class sporting figure who brings tenacity and drive to any event.