Although it is an old cliché that people need heroes, it happens to be a cliché that is true. Through death-defying exploits in the wastes of the Arctic, to Gold medal winning performances at the Olympics and people who have defied society's barrier to achieve amazing successes; heroes are all around us.
Irrespective of their backgrounds, these heroes often make fantastic motivational speakers. Through recounting their efforts, they can provide the most memorable part of your evening, leaving a lasting and inspiring impression on those present.
These people have put themselves in places and situations that most of us could never dream of and this all makes for a great story. If you are looking for a great motivational speaker, but aren’t quite sure which is the right individual for your event, give Prime Performers a call and we will give you all the information you require to enable you to make your choice.
Racing driver who has the unique ability to inspire confidence, courage, and hope in people and learn about goal-setting, leadership, focus, self-motivation and commitment.
Olympic Champion, three-times World Champion, twice European Champion and multiple world cup gold-medal winner – Helen Glover MBE is one of the most decorated athletes in the GB Rowing Team.
Greg Rutherford MBE Olympic Long Jump Champion and joint British Record Holder.
Former Welsh international Rugby Player.
The most decorated female British swimmer who draws parallels between the sporting and business worlds.
Ed is a doctor in Nottingham with degrees in Medicine, Extreme Human Physiology and Medical Law
Dr Ed Coats
Award winning Entrepreneur Hilary Devey CBE is the inspirational Founder, CEO and Chairman of The Pall-Ex Group. An outstanding role model for entrepreneurs, she has driven her company to an international market-leading …
Hilary Devey CBE
David Fishwick is a self-made millionaire who achieved his success through hard graft, northern grit, determination and a bucketful of common sense.
CEO and founder of MOBO.
Ian Blair Former Metropolitan Police Commissioner.
Lord Blair of Boughton
Former Rugby Player and captain in a Question of Sport.
Adrian is the chair of the Institute of Human Development.