Founding partner of people development consultancy, Epiphanies LLP and record-breaking ultra-distance cyclist, Dominic Irvine and leading sports scientist, Professor Simon Jobson, have co-written a new book entitled ‘Ultra-Distance Cycling: An Expert Guide to Endurance Cycling’. Writing from experience the duo were keen to publish a book on applying business principles to sport, which enabled two […]
Can you count it? The latest edition of Epiphanies – In Tandem is out now. In Tandem contains snippets of information we’ve come across in our work supporting individuals and teams seeking to improve their performance in business. If you would like to receive this, contact us and we will send you a copy by email.
As if 606kms and 16,000m of ascent were not enough, riders in one of the world’s toughest non-stop ultradistance ride had to cope with heavy rain, thunderstorms and in the high Dolomites, snow. No stranger to long distance following the Lands End to John O’Groats tandem record earlier in the year Dominic Irvine completed the ride […]
Dominic’s blog “Well I never knew that” has been published in the printed version of HR Director magazine. If you want a copy just let us know and we will mail one to you.
Dominic Irvine and Charlie Mitchell completed the Tandem Challenge in record breaking time just before 4am this morning in a time of 45 hours and 11 minutes. Here is a selection of reports on the End to End Tandem Record: BBC Scotland News Cycling Weekly The Mirror Road.CC
Last weekend we took the chance to catch up with customers, business colleagues and friends and cycled 115 miles round Hampshire lanes. This was in preparation for our third Cycling Epiphanies networking event. On 27 – 29 June we will be networking and cycling 330 miles from Grenoble to Nice.
Hear Dom’s actionable interview on Excellence Expected that will help your business excel today! Mark Asquith of Excellence Expected interviews Dom on what innovation really means to you and your business.
Johanna was interviewed by Steve Hemsley for his article “Should junior managers be coached?” in the Institute of Leadership & Management magazine.