Why choose The Edge: Lessons Learned From Sport?
Just what does it take to be the best? Well, when great American inventor Thomas Edison famously said that “Genius is 1% inspiration, 99% perspiration.” he could have almost been talking about The Edge: Lessons Learned From Sport.
Whoever your sporting heroes - from Jessie Owens through Muhammed Ali, Pele and Rocky Balboa to today’s Usain Bolt, Cristiano Ronaldo, Venus and Serena, Andy Murray - we look up to them not only because they are the best, but because we know what it takes to get there - dedication, single-mindedness, thousands of hours of practice and a winning mentality.
Those winning components are directly transferable to you and your business and you can learn how at this exclusive event at the world-famous Savoy Hotel this autumn.
“You miss 100% of shots you don’t take.”
Your hosts will be Sir Clive Woodward and Judy Murray. Sir Clive lead England to their 2003 World Cup Rugby victory and alumni of the British & Irish Lions, Southampton FC, the British Olympic Association and the 2012 London Olympics while Judy is not only Andy Murray’s mum but also a former captain of the GB Fed Cup team!
Sir Clive and Judy will teach you how individuals and businesses alike can learn and develop from sport and Sir Clive’s key presentation focuses on the DNA of a champion, how to create the environment of ‘One Team’, how to change your thinking by doing 100 things 1% better and how to bounce back and succeed from setbacks.
Exclusive Diamond, Platinum, Gold and Sponsor packages include a spot on a table of 10 in a prime location, three-course lunch with a complimentary drinks reception and wine, an exclusive gift and a quarter page advert in the programme.
After Sir Clive’s keynote presentation, you better get used to diamond, platinum and gold… but remember, you’ve gotta be in it to win it.
- Exclusive three-course lunch at The Savoy
- Diamond, Platinum, Gold and Sponsor packages
- Key presentation from World Cup winning coach Sir Clive Woodward
- Learn what it takes from Wimbledon winner’s mum, Judy Murray
- Push yourself closer to The Edge: Lessons Learned From Sport