This year EP has developed a series of walks to raise funds for special charities and to broaden thinking. Many businesses today are debating the fall in employee productivity, the increasing levels of mental health issues, the fall in trust towards leaders and the need for new leaders to be developed and nurtured.
Our argument is that broader minded people = better people = better professionals = better teams, cultures and behaviours.
Getting involved in activities outside of work and home that challenges, inspires, builds relationships and supports important causes will stretch people personally and impact positively on overall performance and decision making, enable leaders and emerging leaders to broaden their thinking, experiences and exposure, to have fun and build meaningful relationships.
The charitable causes being supported are:
- The Royal Academy of Culinary Arts Adopt a School program which takes chefs into schools to talk about the importance of great food and nutrition.
- Crista Cullen (GB Gold Olympic medalist) Elephant Conservation in Kenya.
To join us please register your interest. We would love leaders and emerging leaders to join these walks and be immersed in different cultures, environments, conversations, experiences and learning, all to take back into their lives and businesses whilst doing more by supporting our two nominated charities.
The program this year:
4. Kenya – TBC. Possibly towards the end of the year.
We would love your support in raising money for these two important charities:
For more information and to register interest please contact Lauran.Bush@epmagazine.co.uk