Renowned as one of the best Motivational Speakers today, Frank Dick's presentations are highly amusing and anecdotal, as well as challenging and inspirational, making uncomfortable listening for anyone prepared to accept second best.
Coaching has been Frank's raison d'être for decades, inspiring world-beating performances from some of the top names in sport - Daley Thompson, Boris Becker, Gerhard Berger, Denise Lewis, Marat Safin, Katarina Witt, Ronnie Irani, Graham Gooch OBE, Justin Rose, Ipswich Town Football Academy and Jean Todt (Ferrari Formula One Manager).
In the business world, Frank has helped develop a coaching culture at Barclays, British Telecom, Unilever, Shell, Abbey National and Rolls Royce. His expertise derives from years of detailed research into individual success and achievement. Frank combines this wealth of knowledge and experience into an informative and motivational approach to achieve long-lasting transformations in both individual and team performance.
In recognition of the work he had accomplished to create a coaching culture within Abbey National (now Santander), in 1993 Frank received a major training award from the prestigious American Society of Training and Development. That year Frank also received two further awards - the Golden Pin Award from the European Athletics Association (EAA) for his outstanding achievements in coaching and development, while Loughborough University awarded him a doctorate for his work in advancing the theory and practice of coaching in sport and business.
To book Frank as a Motivational Speaker or Sports Presenter for your Event, contact a Prime Performers Booking Agent via the online booking enquiry form or, alternatively, call us on 020 7251 8222 for further information.
- Scotland’s most capped centre three quarter with 65 caps
- 7/7 survivor and Paralympic athlete, Inspirational and motivational speaker.
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