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Humphrey Walters helps teams and individuals perform at high levels. He focuses on leadership, motivation and teamwork. He is a successful author and has completed what has been dubbed “the world’s toughest round the world yacht race”. He has stories and experience that helps audiences achieve optimal leadership and teamwork in any type of environment.
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Humphrey Walters is focused on helping individuals perform to high levels as well as developing winning teams and leaders for many Organisations and professional bodies.
He is frequently asked to present at schools and to heads of academic institutions on Leadership, personal motivation and team working skills, both for staff members and school leavers. He lectures on the Advanced Management Programme at Henley Management College.
He also works with teams, which range from the English rugby team which won the world cup in 2003, premier division football teams, schools, businesses, Industry, Government departments, and professional bodies. He is also heavily involved in Charity and sits on the boards of the RNLI and the Juvenile Diabetes research foundation.
In 1996/97 he completed the BT Global Challenge, dubbed “The World’s toughest round the World Yacht Race”, aboard Ocean Rover as a practical example of Leadership and Teamwork in a tough environment.
He has written extensively about High Performing Teams and Leaders and is the co-author of the book “Global Challenge” which is a study of Leadership and Teambuilding used during this arduous event. “Global Challenge” has sold over 35.000 copies and is in its 16th reprint. He has also written “The little book of Winning” which is a punchy book highlighting his winning ideas, and “The little book of Inspiration”with two Olympic athletes.
Humphrey is an active sportsman having been involved in rugby, squash at county level and cricket and has also completed over 36 marathons for charity.