Why you should attend the Fit for the Future Convention
The Fit for the Future Convention in association with Howden brings leaders from across the sector together to learn how to tackle the challenges facing sport and recreation.
The Convention provides leaders with a chance to focus on their own personal leadership skills and style to help them take advantage of opportunities and help them lead their organisations through the challenges facing them.
Venue: Holywell Park, Loughborough
Date: 30-31 Jan 2018
Sport and recreation is a good investment – now prove it
The 2018 Fit for the Future Convention will bring the sector together to discuss how it can demonstrate impact to prove that sport and recreation is a great investment. The event will challenge you to think about how your organisation is funded.
It will also inspire you to think creatively about how we can work collaboratively and how to harness elite success to generate grassroots impact and ultimately income.
Who will be speaking at the convention
We'll be bringing speakers together from both inside and outside of sport and recreation to help challenge the culture and behaviours of the sector.
Neil Gaught, Author of CORE: A Single Organising Idea and independent strategic advisor.
Katherine Grainger, Chair, UK Sport.
Floyd Woodrow has spoken on the Ted stage and following on from a period in the UK's elite Special Air Service Regiment. He is now an expert on leadership in the business sector.
We'll be announcing more speakers and panelists in the coming weeks.
The Convention also includes SPORT Talks where you can learn from your peers and gain inspiration from successful like-minded organisations.
To view the full programme with all key speakers and timings click here.