Corporate wellbeing ambassador
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Sally is one of the nation’s favourite female sports stars and remains the only woman ever to hold all four major track titles (Olympic, World, Commonwealth, European) concurrently.
Her journey from a rural Essex farm to Olympic Gold in Barcelona’s 400m hurdles continues to capture the UK’s imagination. World record track performances have given way to a business career that has been no less successful; she is an established motivational speaker, healthy living ambassador and television personality.
Sally is a regular guest on shows across the major media networks and has enjoyed a varied and successful TV career. Much of her work has been in sport, but she has also worked on a number of health and well being productions.
She is a working mum of three that doesn't believe in faddy diets or weird exercise practises but in good, old-fashioned, fun activity. It doesn't matter what you do, just do something! Sally is currently a board member at Sport England and is involved in their #thisgirlcan campaign.
Motivational speaking – nothing inspires others like a true success story
Companies all over the UK have benefited from Sally’s keynote speeches. She offers inspiration and game-changing advice to businesses, drawing on her sporting highs and lows to bring the learning to life. Her relaxed, easy-going manner engages people at all levels. Key themes that have helped big and small businesses include:
• Setting goals for success
• Dealing with setbacks
• Sustaining excellence
• Healthy living at work and at home
Visit Sally’s Testimonials page to see just how highly her clients rate her:
Workplace wellbeing – healthy balance sheets depend on healthy people
Sally Gunnell’s Healthy Living offers advice and support to people and organisations all over the UK. Her Workplace Wellbeing programme brings measurable benefits to employers and their staff, through bespoke solutions that meet health, wellness and CSR issues. Workplace wellbeing programme benefits can be measured through:
• Health and welfare
• Corporate community and social programmes
Learn more at: http://www.sallygunnell.com/WorkplaceWellbeing.aspx