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"This is where we spotlight key dates and events that are shaping conversations around the globe. We handpick the events that resonate with our current cultural and societal narrative and align with the expertise of our speakers so you stay informed and prepped.  From health and wellness to cultural diversity and development, these dates represent pivotal moments to reflect, learn, and grow.  Here you’ll find out why these conversations matter, the transformative insights our speakers bring to the table, and why they are at the forefront of a global discourse" - Alice

June '24

Global Wellness Day - 8th June

What's It About? Global Wellness Day is an entirely not-for-profit day, a social project dedicated to living well. It is recognized on the second Saturday of June every year and encourages self-care and healthy living.

Why It's Important: With the increasing pace of life and the stresses of modern-day work environments, there's a greater need than ever for initiatives that promote holistic wellness. This day serves as a reminder to slow down, reflect, and prioritize health and happiness.

Featured Speakers: Look out for Sid Sutton, the former CEO of Sale Sharks Rugby, recognised for his focus on wellbeing within this top tier professional rugby team. Jay Worthy, the former CEO of Life Fitnes, former Police Officer Rob Hosking & world renowned sleep specialist Prof. Martin Jones

Why It's Hot: Wellness is a trend that transcends industries, influencing everything from corporate culture to personal development. Our speakers offer fresh perspectives on integrating wellness practices into daily life, making it a relevant and engaging topic for audiences everywhere.


June '24

International Men's Health Week - 10th June


What's It About? Beginning on the Monday before Father's Day and running until the following Sunday, International Men's Health Week focuses on raising awareness of the health issues that affect men disproportionately and emphasises the importance of early detection and treatment.

Why It's Important: Men's health often goes under-discussed, leading to significant health disparities and lower life expectancies for men globally. This week highlights critical health issues facing men and promotes health education and services that are accessible to all men and boys.

Featured Speakers: Look out for Alun Pepper, cancer survivior and RAF Navigator, Simon Jeffries former Special Forces & coach focused on sustained performance, and Zane McCormack a former police officer now focused on awareness around Burn Out. 

Why It's Hot: With a growing emphasis on gender-specific health issues and their societal impacts, focusing on men's health is timely and essential. Our speakers will drive important conversations and inspire action in this crucial area.

February '25

Time to Talk - 6th February

What's It About? Time to Talk Day is an annual event dedicated to changing how we all think and act about mental health. This day encourages everyone to have conversations about mental health, helping to break the stigma and promote openness and support in communities, workplaces, and schools.

Why It's Important: Mental health is a crucial aspect of our overall well-being, yet it often goes undiscussed due to stigma and misconceptions. Time to Talk Day provides a vital platform for breaking down barriers and fostering a culture of openness, where discussing mental health is as natural as talking about physical health.

Featured Speakers: Look out for Mike Bates, Former MOD Counter Terrorism Leader, Tom Foley, England & World Rugby Official and Darren Edwards, Spinal Cord Injury Survivor. 

Why It's Hot: With a growing recognition of the importance of mental well-being and its impact on every aspect of life, from personal development to workplace productivity, Time to Talk Day is more relevant than ever. Our speakers bring this topic to the forefront, offering practical advice and compassionate understanding, making every conversation a step towards a more empathetic and mentally aware society.


March '25

International Women's Day - 8th March 

What's It About? Celebrated annually on March 8th, International Women's Day (IWD) is a global day honouring the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity and empowering women and girls around the world.

Why It's Important: IWD is not only a day to celebrate the remarkable achievements of women but also a reminder of the ongoing struggle for gender equality and the need to continue advocating for the rights and opportunities of women everywhere. It's a day to reflect on progress made, to call for change, and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women who have played extraordinary roles in their countries and communities.

Featured Speakers: Check out ground breaking Former Fast Jet Pilots Mandy Hickson & Helen Seymour. RAF Navigator Rosie Steevenson, Adventurer Pip Stewart and former Army Officer & Business Psychologist Nicki Bass

Why It's Hot: The conversation around gender equality and women's rights is more vibrant and vital than ever with International Women's Day resonating deeply across diverse sectors. Our speakers, with their compelling narratives and dedication to empowering women, ignite discussions that inspire action, making every engagement a step towards a more equitable future.

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