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Dr Nick Baylis

This Cambridge University psychologist, Penguin author, and Times columnist, shares his passion for the most compelling evidence about the best routes to happiness & all-round well-being in this high-pressure life  –  all of which is wonderfully relevant to individuals, teams, and strategy in the business world.

In Person

£1000 - £4999

Price based on UK delivery

Virtual Event

£1000 - £2500

During his 8 years lecturing ‘Human Wellbeing’ at Cambridge University, Nick wrote ‘The Rough Guide to Happiness’ for Penguin Books, and wrote 100 weekly columns as ‘Dr FeelGood’ for The Times newspaper. He has also presented his fascinating insights-on-life all around the world to award-winning management consultancies, head-teacher think-tanks, HR conferences, blue chip companies, and high-security prisoners.

Nick is a generalist which means that as a Consultant Psychologist & Psychotherapist his advice on ‘how to thrive in this high-pressure life’ is practical advice that applies to literally everyone. He simply conveys the most compelling & up-to-date ideas and evidence about ‘helping a life go well’.

Nick has presented to many high-powered audiences & Clients. For his YoungLivesUK work, he interviewed at length the General in charge of the SAS, BBC’s Kate Adie, Jamie Oliver, Bill Bryson, and Gary Lineker.

Nick tailors his sessions to your brief and provides a tailor-made digital hand-out that can readily be emailed among your delegates as a take-away reminder of his key points. He also provides a memory stick with his set of four ebooks & audiobooks on for use by your organisation. He is also very accustomed to doing half day or full day training workshops, which is a chance to impart skills & techniques for well-being to the Delegates, as well as giving 30 minute or 90-minute keynote talks to open or close a conference on a cheerful and optimistic note.

To understand your own needs is the first step in understanding the needs of others – knowing what makes us tick, but also recognising what makes us tick better. As a leader, this is a fundamental requirement… especially when the chips are down!

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