Molesworths Insight Breakfast Events

Sandwiches in the Workplace


“Sandwiches in the Workplace”

This free Health & Wellbeing event is a great opportunity to gain valuable insights from inspirational professionals about how they have dealt with challenges that most people have to face at some time in their lives. Aimed at ambitious business leaders, the fascinating content will provide everybody who attends with food for thought.

“Managing The Sandwich Generation”

Speaker: Tony Husband

Tony is currently travelling around the UK sharing his experiences caring for his dad while juggling a hugely successful career as a Multi Award Winning Cartoonist for the likes of the Times, Sunday Express and Private Eye Magazine.  Tony has published a book called “Take Care Son” chronicling his experiences of Dementia in his father and in doing so has been increasing awareness of the disease.

“Nobody said life was easy”

Speaker: Peter Yarwood

Peter knows a thing or two about overcoming adversity and unlocking potential in others.  He is the CEO of an exciting grass roots charity in Lancashire called Red Rose Recovery, Peter has set in motion a plan that involves organising and mobilising people who find themselves on the margins of society, these people are often stigmatised as the problem but large numbers are now sharing a different more inspirational story as they are now being redefined as the solution. 


Before the presentations there will be an opportunity to network over breakfast from 8am and then following the presentations there will be a further opportunity to network. 

Further information is available below:

http://www.molesworths.com/insightevents

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/follow-your-ambitions/sandwich-generation/


Places are limited to 80 – so please book early.



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