Who Dares Wins: Real World Lessons from Connor Smyth, the Winner of the Channel 4 SeriesPosted in : Webinar Recordings on 15 October 2021
From professional dancer to winner of the toughest course ever on Channel 4’s ‘Who Dares Wins’, Northern Ireland’s own Connor Smyth has shown he’s got what it takes. Strength of character, resilience, and the ability to keep going, when the going gets tough – everything we need to survive and thrive in the workplace.
Connor explains where he gains his inner-strength, how he maintains it, and how lessons from the series translate to real-world, and real-business situations in this exclusive webinar.
Questions covered in this webinar include:
- How do you go about tailoring a CV of a professional dancer to, "I can win a show about the SAS"? How do you do that?
- Where do you think your
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