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“Ross worked with Blackpool Youth players for a 90-minute session covering self-belief, resilience and performance strategies – a great atmosphere and all positive!”
"The group of young people that worked with Ross over 6 months have really grown in determination and Grit – showing more enthusiasm and positivity in school and toward their daily challenges. Ross is well organised and easily adaptable meaning that the work he does can be tailored to different group sizes and ages – from 1-2-1 sessions to groups of 10 or even whole year assemblies.”
“This is the second year we have used Ross. He is down to earth, professional and always makes sure we learn what we need to learn…and in an engaging way.”
“Ross has worked with us on two occasions and absolutely delivers every time.”
“I have known Ross for many years and worked with him in a number of different capacities. He has now found his niche as a motivational speaker and accomplished author. He connects directly with audiences, creating positive and lasting change.”
"Very proud to say I am now an accredited Mental Health First Aider!
Thank you Ross McWilliam The Man Who Changed A Million Lives – MHFA England for an insightful and eye-opening two days giving us the skills, tools and confidence to support others. Also, a big thanks to Jane Hayes and team for giving me the opportunity to complete this training."
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“Ross McWilliam has been a valuable and regular contributor on ITV Granada Reports. He is a talented communicator and can offer a keen insight into emotional and mental health”
“I have worked with Ross for a number of years. Beyond his knowledge and qualifications, he has a clear knack of engaging and connecting with his audience. He is authentic and his delivery is bespoke every time. He is a leader in mindsets.”
“Enthusiastic, enthralling, and entertaining, Ross McWilliam is an inspiring individual. I’ve known Ross for many years, and much as I have to do on a daily basis at BBC News, he engages the audience. Ross clearly has a love for learning and is also passionate to share that knowledge.”