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Many people have struggled with their sleep during the pandemic. But this common problem is something you can fix!

We invite you to our online Mindfulness event hosted by Director of Tinderbox and author of "Positive Sleep", Giles Watkins. The talk will cover a holistic approach to resolving sleep issues and how to transform your life. 

Along the way, we will see the importance and function of sleep, plus how lack of sleep affects students, and ultimately the benefits that great sleep can bring in all that you do!

To join this free event, book your place here: http://bit.ly/3smiAEj
Please note that this event is open to ESCP Business School students only. 

About our Speaker
Giles leads Tinderbox Business Consulting in Bristol, Cardiff, Newport & Taunton, offering a personalised and unique service to Small & Medium sized Enterprises. He works closely with Business Owners and Board Directors to develop bespoke and targeted programmes for success.

An author, speaker, coach and facilitator, Giles wrote 'Positive Sleep' based on his own struggles with insomnia, how he overcame these, why sleep matters and what you can do to sleep better at an individual and organisational level. An accredited Vistage Speaker he now works with individuals and groups, primarily at the C-suite, to gain the positive benefits of improved sleep.

Giles is now applying his 30 years of business knowledge and leadership experience gained primarily in Asia Pacific, Europe and Africa, to enable business decision-makers to make better decisions, achieve balance, deliver superior results and sleep better at night!

Location

Organiser: ESCP London Campus

Online - Worldwide

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Date

Start date: 02/03/2021

Start time: 6:00 PM

End date: 27/02/2021

End time: 4:19 PM