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Humphrey Walters

International management and leadership speaker, Humphrey Walters has completed the gruelling BT Global Challenge.  He currently delivers impactful motivational speeches and advises corporations, sporting groups and educational bodies across the globe.

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For the past 30 years, Humphrey has been inspiring and motivating individuals, teams and corporations in leadership and management and the concept of “The Business of Winning”. He has studied both academically and practically all aspects of human nature that motivate and inspire people to succeed and win. Humphrey is unique in that to study teamship and attitudes in a hostile environment, he spent 11 months in a force 10 gale doing the BT Global Challenge – a yacht race sailing the wrong way round the world – having never sailed before in his life! He is also very involved in sports and helped the World Cup winning England Rugby Team with their team development (they won by 35 seconds!). More recently he was involved in helping JCB break the world land speed record in a car with two digger engines! He has also run over 30 marathons for charities!’

He has written extensively about High Performing Teams and Leaders and is the co-author of the book “Global Challenge” which is a study of Leadership and Team building used during this arduous event. Global Challenge has sold over 50k copies and is in its 16th reprint. He has also written The little book of Winning which is a punchy book highlighting his winning ideas, The little book of inspiration with two Olympic athletes and the Little book of nutrition.

He was wonderful as always. He totally inspired all of the staff from all of the schools and we have talked of nothing else since.” Sue Winterton – Earlswood Teachers Conference

He was spectacular as ever. Thanks for following up.” Jonathan Harper, Spencer Stuart

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