03 Nov New Masterclass Portfolio Launched
Switch the Play are delighted to use the Rugby Expo platform at the Ricoh in Coventry this week to launch their new Masterclass portfolio aimed at supporting audiences in talent and performance to prepare for and manage transition experiences with the right skills and knowledge, all imparted by thought leading trainers from the Switch the Play Associate network.
Our suite of masterclasses has been developed using insight from academia as well as personal real life experiences, and designed to empower delegates to leave feeling more confident to change their behaviours and adopt a performance mindset for following their journey through the Change Curve.
The suite of Masterclasses range from introductory sessions (Transition 101 and Transition 102) right through to thought leading content around running a business; improving presentational skills; identifying transferable skills; and financial planning.
Our underlying principles are that the training can be personalised to the individual or group we’re working with; tailored to suite the audience’s environment – talent, education, performance, relaunch; and bespoke in that we guarantee the right experience for every client – advance planning, attention to detail, measurement of impact and with an appropriate contextual understanding of the requirement.
All of our Masterclasses will be delivered by recognised and authentic trainers who have extensive experience of bringing the best out of their audience through unique delivery styles, personalized storytelling and unquestionable insight into the subject matter.
Led by Switch the Play’s own Non-Executive Director (Chris Brindley) and Director (Leon Lloyd), the training team also includes Dr Jenn Bennett, Bryan Steel, Dr Natalie Campbell, Ewan Dowes, Dr Ali Smith and James Grindal – all from the Associate network we’ve been building during 2016. Our masterclass portfolio is aimed at organizations with a duty of care for helping athletes and players transition successfully – Universities, professional clubs, player associations, NGBs of sport, FE Colleges, schools and academy environments.