The Leadership Forum

Join our partner F4H for a fascinating evening, featuring high-level panellists Roger Davis, Dame Inga Beale, General The Lord Houghton of Richmond GCB CBE DL and Sam Shephard GC.

Brathay have had the privilege of partnering with F4H since the first course in April 2008 and in the last 11 years we have worked with almost 1000 veterans helping them to meet the challenges of transitioning to civilian life.

We're therefore delighted to support The Leadership Forum:

Cavalry & Guards Club [127 Piccadilly. W1J 7PX]

Tuesday 11th June 2019. Drinks and Canapes 5.30pm to 7.30pm. [Panel discussion starts: 6.15pm]

Future for Heroes (F4H) – is a small but very important charity, chaired by Roger Davis (www.f4h.org.uk). The charity has brought together a very high-level of panelists for what should be an exceptionally interesting evening - please attend and please bring a guest, whilst also forwarding the invitation to those you know who would like to attend.

Click here to download the invitation

THE PANEL

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Roger Davis - Non-Executive Chairman, BUPA

Dame Inga Beale - Former CEO, Lloyd's of London

General The Lord Houghton of Richmond GCB CBE DL - Former UK Chief of Defence Staff

Sam Shephard GC - Officer, Royal Marine Reserve

The panel discussion will start at 6.15pm.

TICKETS

For tickets, please could you RSVP to Graham Brown [CEO, F4H]:

The cost of a ticket is £60pp, and if you bring a guest then the secondary ticket is set at £40 [ie £100 for two people].

ABOUT FUTURE FOR HEROES

F4H is a charitable organisation designed specifically to offer support to service leavers and veterans who may find their transition to civilian life a challenge. The aim of F4H is to develop the ability of both service leavers and retired members of the armed forces to manage the dramatic change in cultures when resuming civilian life, enabling them to participate fully in society. For this minority that finds transition a challenge, it can be the beginning of a downwards spiral that may result in unemployment, homelessness, dependency, crime or issues with personal well-being.

The new journey begins with a free, residential motivational programme, held over four days with Brathay Trust in the Lake District. Spouses or partners of delegates may also attend. We help individuals realise that the qualities, strengths and experiences acquired when in the military can be transferred to their new lives: we improve self-esteem, confidence and build a sense of worth. We focus on aspirations, ambitions and needs to help individuals become independent and, for most, to gain employment. We replace their fear of the unknown with curiosity.