The series finale of The Active Code is here and what a series it’s been!
To say farewell (for now), we’re looking back on series 3 and bringing you the very best bits in this final episode.
Who’s joined us on the podcast this series?
We’ve welcomed a whole host of exceptional business owners and experts from both inside and outside of the sports coaching and children’s activity sector:
Episode 1: Chris Brindley – Non-Executive Director, International Speaker, Executive Coach and Consultant in business and sport.
Episode 2: Adam Lakeland – Founder and director of Pro Sport Coaching Ltd
Episode 3: Edwyn van Rooyen – CEO at T-Cup Ltd
Episode 4: Dennis Kennedy – Founder of Inspire Activity Limited
Episode 5: Jack Shakespeare – Director of Research, Policy and Communications for ukactive
Episode 6: Mitchell Quirke – Business Development Manager at Progressive Sports
Episode 7: Hannah Crane – Director of Development at StreetGames
What’s discussed in the episode?
Over the seven episodes we noticed a theme develop. Our chats with each guest were first and foremost about ‘what’s best for our children and young people’.
- Chris Brindley MBE challenged the perceptions of teachers, sports coaches and educators through the children’s eyes.
- The social impact of sport in the local community was celebrated.
- Mitchell Quirke from Progressive Sports in Bristol emphasised the importance of developing public and private sector relationships to affect meaningful change.
- Jack Shakespeare, Director of Research, Policy and Communications, delved into the key strategies we can take from other sectors, such as marketing and communication, to help engage more people in physical activity.
Listen to episode 8 “Best Bits” now or catch up on all seven episodes wherever you get your podcasts.
A big thank you to all our series 3 guests for joining us and sharing thought-provoking insights, nuggets of wisdom and inspirational ideas to boost leadership and get more children active!