In light of International Men’s Day, join us for a fascinating conversation with stars from the world of rugby who are united in helping men to transform their outlook and improve their performance.
They will share their own personal stories of transformation and how they are helping men across the business world and at all stages of their careers to say goodbye to the old ways of masculinity and embrace a new approach of confidence, authenticity and energy.
We’ll explore what this new masculinity looks like and how to use it to thrive in everything you do as a business leader, work colleague, partner, parent and friend.
Craig is a men’s transformational coach for individuals and teams, helping them to be the leaders they want to be. He’s worked with the Wales and Ireland rugby teams, the British Lions, and more recently the emerging teams of Uruguay and Chile. As well as his personal coaching he set up Men Without Masks to bring men together through nature to learn from each other, to grow and find purpose.
Rhys is a former Wales rugby union international who suffered a career-ending heart attack at the age of 29 which led to struggles with his mental as well as physical health and dependency on alcohol. He uses his personal story to inspire positive change in others and break the stigma around male mental and has become a breathwork practitioner to help corporate teams find alternative ways to promote wellbeing.
Donnie is a former Scotland rugby union international who won over 100 caps for Glasgow Warriors and retired at the age of 28 through injury. As he transitioned out of professional sport Donnie encountered challenges around his identity as a man and what the future might hold. He also uses his own experiences to encourage other men to ask for help if they are struggling.
Places are FREE to book so register today.
A link to the recording will be emailed after the session to everyone who registers.