Frank Dick OBE

Frank Dick OBE

Motivational Speaker and Corporate Coaching Consultant
His expertise derives from years of coaching experience and detailed research into individual success and achievement. Frank combines this wealth of knowledge and experience into an informative and motivational approach to achieving long-lasting transformation of both individual and team performance.

Renowned as one of the countrys best and most consistently inspiring motivational speakers, Frank Dick is the current Chair of Scottish Athletics, President of the European Athletics Coaches Association, Member of the IAAF Coaches Commission, as well as Chair (and architect) of the IAAF Academy. From 1974 to 1994 he was the British Athletics Federation s Director of Coaching, where he was widely acknowledged as one of the outstanding sports coaches in the world.

In this position Frank coached athletes such as Daley Thompson, Steve Ovett and Sebastian Coe to European, Olympic and World honours. Under his leadership, Britain enjoyed a period of unprecedented international success. He also created training programmes for individuals such as Gerhard Berger and Boris Becker to name but a few.

In 2011, Frank was awarded an Honorary Professorship by the National Sports Academy of Bulgaria in reccognition of his influence in advancement of coaching in Europe. This followed an Honorary Doctorate by Loughborough University for his contribution to coaching and coach development.

Frank has combined his talent for inspiring sporting achievement with the business world. By recognising the synergy between effective coaching techniques on the playing field and in the office, over the years he has developed a range of inspirational keynote speech themes, workshop topics and bespoke employee development programmes that remain as popular and relevant today as ever.

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 achieving long-lasting transformation of both individual and team performance.

With a history of sporting excellence through coaching some of the best talent in the world he has, over the past 20 years of speaking to 100s of companies both in the UK and around the world, recognised six key areas of personal and professional development that, once taken out of a training room mentality and put into a different context, can lead to individual and team progress simply by giving a different perspective.

Author of three major publications, Sports Training Principles, Winning and Winning Lines, all classics in their fields. Franks latest book Winning Matters was published in August 2010.

Franks contribution to sport and coaching has been recognised in being awarded an OBE in 1989, induction to the UK Coaches Hall of Fame in 1999 and the prestigious title UK Sporting Hero by Sport UK in 2001.
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Keynotes

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“The Winning Difference ”

creating the right motivational atmosphere in the workplace.
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“Team Talk ”

everyone in the team has a value; team achievement is about understanding and developing strength of diversity and not encouraging uniformity.
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“Coaching Matters ”

the development of the individual into an effective, inspiring and educational manager can be key to team and business success.
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“Leading Edge ”

truly great leaders understand that being a part of the team is more effective than just leading it, and it is the mastering of this challenge that can lead to personal and professional excellence.
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“Talent – from Potential to Performance ”

perform better today than yesterday by doing different things and doing things differently; being able to manage the performance of emerging talent increases the potential for growth and success.
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“Prepared to Win ”

we cannot always choose and change our conditions and circumstances, but we can always choose and change our attitude.
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COACH LIKE AN OLYMPIAN

A real behind the scenes look at the Olympics observations and anecdotes but looking at what makes an Olympian become a winner.
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THE HARD WAY IS THE BEST WAY

Its a tough road to the Olympics but in any arena it is imperative to keep raising your performance and take on those mountains.
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PREPARED TO PERFORM

Importance of performance is imperative to an athlete but in business raising collective performance is the key to making the results they seek both achievable and probable.
Whether planning or learning, our advantage is in interdependence, in doing it together. This is essential when it comes to any team sport in an Olympic Games.
Every athlete needs a coach. This presentation looks at how we can learn to be more coachable and to develop our coaching ability.

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