COLONEL ANDY REID MBE

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DANNY SCULTHORPE & PHIL VEIVERS

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NIGEL GIRLING

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MARK SCOGGINS

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COLONEL ANDY REID MBE

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Introducing our new service The SHE Show Elite Speaker and Consultancy Bureau.

If you are looking to organise your own conference, wish to bring a speaker on site or need a consultant/trainer who really understands your needs, we work with 10 of the best!

  • Mental health / overcoming adversity

  • Resilience

  • Health and wellbeing

  • Behavioural and cultural change

  • Transformational Leadership

  • Goal setting and high performance teams

  • Critical risk management

  • Legal input

  • Building and enterprising mindset

  • How to manage the brain and make it more efficient

COLONEL ANDY REID MBE

In October 2009, Corporal Andy Reid lost both of his legs and his right arm after stepping on an IED while on patrol in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, with the 3rd Battalion of the Yorkshire Regiment. His injuries were so bad that it was thought he would not survive; however, he astounded people with recovery, returning home after just two weeks in the hospital.

Serving in the British Armed Forces was a childhood dream for Andy, who continues to reflect positively on his time in the army and the fantastic opportunities it allowed him to experience. A testament to his attitude in overcoming adversity, he doesn’t let the severity of his injuries stop him from living his life with a positive mindset.

DANNY SCULTHORPE AND PHIL VEIVERS

Danny Sculthorpe

I am a former professional rugby league player with a number of clubs. Rochdale, Wigan, Castelford, Bradford, Huddersfield and Wakefield all at professional level. I was fortunate to represent my country and captained the team on two occasions.

During a training accident I was forced into retirement and suffered severe depression and despair with frequent thoughts of taking my own life. I felt like I was a burden to my family and thought that my wife and children would be better off without me. Fortunately, with the help of my family, counselling and clinical support, I have been able to recover.

I am driven to prevent suicide as I’m aware that behind the statistics there is a devastated family and friends whose lives would be changed forever. I am out most days delivering to a range of groups, including schools, colleges, sports clubs, prisons and construction sites. Motivating people to change the way they think and speak about how they feel.

Phil Veivers

Phil is an Australian ex Super League player with over 500 appearances in the top grade. He played for Souths in Australia and then to St Helens, Huddersfield and Swinton in the UK with great success and he also represented Scotland. After coming to the end of his playing career he embarked on a coaching career which took him from Huddersfield to Swinton, Bradford, Wigan, Salford and Workington, this being very successful with numerous trophies won. Through management he suffered badly with depression on top of a family tragedy his  issues got worse and fought his way through this with talking and goal setting as his coping mechanisms.