New Speakers – March
We are really pleased to have added some new speakers to our website in the last month. Here is some information and details on some of the speakers and please do bear them in mind for any events you might be planning
Sally Bundock is recognised globally as the presenter of The Briefing on BBC1, BBC News Channel and BBC World News. Covering news, business, and finance, the one-hour live programme is watched by a daily audience of more than 100 million worldwide.
Sally also presents the BBC’s flagship business programme, Work-Life, covering all the key business stories, getting the inside track from the world’s leading CEOs and discussing the latest news and ideas to benefit work-life balance. She is an experienced conference host and facilitator.
Alex Alley has been a professional sailor all his life, and on Christmas eve 2018 he set off from the UK into the Atlantic in his crowd-funded Class 40 race yacht. His aim – to break a Solo Non-Stop Around the World record.
However, after 75 days alone at sea and having covered over 14,000 miles, disaster struck, and he was forced to abandon the record attempt 1000 miles south of Australia in the middle of the Southern Ocean. Very few people have spent longer alone at sea.
Alex cleverly brings to life the analogy between sailing and business and draws out the lessons from top-level yacht racing – ‘we are literally all in the same boat, with a skipper/CEO in charge. We all have to cope with competition and when things don’t go to plan we still have to deal with it.’
Katie Maycock is a Burnout Specialist and Speaker. She specializes in talking about the impact that stress has on the body and mind and how it can reduce productivity, mental clarity and how it’s limiting people.
Katie works with Type A corporate professionals, such as CEO’s, Directors, Sales Professional and Entrepreneurs to help them regain control of their health as well as overcoming and preventing burnout. Katie speaks on her journey and how mindset is important to preventing burnout.
Garry Richardson has worked for the BBC for 45 years! Garry can be heard most morning on BBC Radio 4’s prestigious “Today” programme Britain’s most influential breakfast programme. He’s been appearing on the programme now for 38 years and is the longest-serving member of the team. He can be heard most morning’s broadcasting from the BBC studio’s and rubbing shoulders with the country’s decision-makers. A wonderful after-dinner speaker with some behind the scenes anecdotal stories from his broadcasting career.
For more information on any of them or if you have an event in mind and like to know more please contact us on 020 8854 7247 or email firstname.lastname@example.org