Join us as Active Uprising goes online. The online series will start on the 8th July with Head Coach of Manchester United Women’s Football Club and ex-England Footballer, Casey Stoney MBE, who will share her stories on resilience and leadership.
Active Uprising Online will also deliver the conference’s most popular themes, such as Sweat, Challenging the Mindset, Empowering the Workforce, and Generation Active, along with new sessions on Digital Transformation, Workplace Wellbeing, and Social Prescribing.
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Revisit what was discussed last year and see what has changed a year on. Include the conversations about the digitisation of fitness and physical activity with how it has forced the sector to implement this quicker than expected due to Covid-19.
Tuesday 21st July 11:00
Leadership after Lockdown
Sporting Edge’s Founder Jeremy Snape explores the psychological and strategic business challenges leaders will face as we return from the Covid-19 crisis. Sporting Edge has spent the last decade interviewing some of the world’s most successful leaders in elite sport, performing arts, academia and business. These fascinating insights will equip you with: · A chance to hear the concerns and priorities of other leaders on the webinar · An opportunity to reflect on your current preparations · Key strategies to ensure your re-entry to the workplace is smooth and that you set your teams up for success
Wednesday 22nd July 12:00
Don’t tell – Have a coaching conversation
Institute of Leadership & Management research revealed that although managers acknowledge the importance of adopting coaching approaches at work, their staff were less likely to agree that they assist individuals in setting their goals and finding their own solutions. It also appears that managers don’t listen as much as they think they do. Being able to conduct a coaching conversation is a leadership fundamental. Once you have mastered the basic principles, the opportunities to use coaching conversations, not only as a manager but with clients, suppliers and colleagues are infinite. This session is a step by step guide of how to hold those conversations wherever you are.
Thursday 23rd July 15:00
The Reality of COVID-19 and preparing the Workforce
As an industry there is a need for us to be aware of the physical and physiological damage a person has sustained once they’ve dealt with COVID-19 and how that impacts the way in which we manage their recovery and development afterwards. The risk is that a lack of awareness, regarding how the virus impacts human structures, could lead to us underestimating the extent of damage invoked. In such instances the wrong type of exercise at the wrong time will lead to further stress, damage and potentially, harm. Our goal as a sector is to help ensure that those in convalescence work wholly toward facilitating their recovery, overcoming the virus and progress on to new levels of health, wellness and fitness.
Play On Panel – Connecting communities through a physical activity ecosystem
This panel will discuss the importance of active communities with a focus on how to engage families to be active through the multiple pathways within their communities, from engaging with local spaces like parks, to their school and GP surgery, and even through their local housing associations.
Tuesday 28th July 11:00
Open Doors Panel – Unlocking the Youth Voice
This will be a youth led panel (4/5 young people and a YP chair) it will focus on Youth wellbeing and resilience, they will talk about how they dealt with lockdown, how they overcame some of the challenges of not being at school/clubs, and what they want post Covid 19 from their schools, leisure centres and community providers.
Wednesday 29th July 13:00
Members Panel – Children Activity Providers in a post COVID19 World
How to deliver activities and engage young people in a post covid19 world. This session will also provide an opportunity for Children’s Activity Providers to raise issues, worries and questions around the safe operating framework and government guidance around summer delivery and beyond
Corporate Gym Membership 2:0 – what do businesses want and need?
Taking current insights into the future of work combined with what we know about changing activity habits to explore new opportunities for the sector to engage with the business community. Is there a shared narrative that we can all get behind to grow this opportunity for everybody?
Tuesday 11th August 11:00
Corporate Gym Membership 2:0 – how do we respond to the opportunity?
An opportunity to delve deeper into the conversation about the role of the sector in workplaces and the associated opportunities via a virtual workshop format
The power of data: Using insight to guide decision making
This session will present an initial snapshot of what participation has looked like since facilities have reopened, linking to the Impact and Recovery report and building on ukactive’s current Business Intelligence reporting
Wednesday 2nd September 11:00
A new National Service? How can our sector fully support social prescribing in wake of Covid-19
This session will discuss what re-positioning is required from the sector to support such an ambition. The session will look at what are the new programmes required, what is the workforce training required? Where and how has the sector adopted prescribed exercise to date and what will the Govt and Health Agencies need from the sector.
Thursday 3rd September 11:00
BE PART OF SOMETHING BIGGER
Active Uprising 2020 will be an opportunity to hear from some notable figures of the sporting world, learn from experts inside and outside the sector as well as network and engage with over 1000 decision makers from across the sector.
Together we learn, together we lead, together we grow.