A huge thank you to Rich Story, CEO Ryan Tabberner, the Directors and Management team at Servita for a fabulous evening of presentations, informative insights and hospitality. The response to my Locker Room Power and Team Building presentation were thought provoking and reaffirmed the strong links between professional sport and business.
Locker Room Power philosophies, transferred directly from the professional sporting arena, embraced Servita's core values. My experiences from the ATP World Tennis Tour echoed the same values of integrity, honesty, commitment, collaboration and adaptability. They are at the heart of every successful venture whether it is tennis or business.
As Ryan remarks, such strategies reinforce and enable business-people to incorporate transferable values and mental approaches, applicable across our personal, professional and sporting lives.
It’s actually a good way for people in business to relate to values and be reminded that many of the values and approaches we apply are just as important and relevant in our personal and sporting lives as they are in the office.
Ryan Tabberner, CEO
Marius' ideas on mixing mental visualisation pre [sporting] event whilst staying in the moment on the day was an interesting take on objective setting, dreaming of doing great things and then actually staying focused day to day to make them happen. I also thought his candid attitude to selecting the right partner or people to work with was really interesting - probably the sort of stuff we all learn in hindsight and wish we knew in advance.
Gavin Loader, PR Director
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