Ollie Phillips – Founder, Optimist Performance
Like many former elite sportsmen and women, Ollie’s speaking is anchored in blood, sweat and tears. The crucial difference is that being a Director at PWC allows him to apply all of these life experiences to the business world.
- Ex-England Rugby captain
- World Sevens Player of the Year
- Second-in-command sailing around the world
- Cycled across America
- Led team up Kilimanjaro in 2018
- Leading team up Everest in 2019
- Guinness World Record-holder
- Director at PWC
- Motivational speaker, mentor & consultant
“It was fascinating learning about the mind set change from one challenge to the next. Having an insight into how Ollie encouraged himself and others through a range of challenges was incredibly motivating“
– Zero Dry time
“We invited Ollie to Guernsey for the Wooden Spoon 6 Nations fundraiser. He was brilliant, our guests loved his stories. We would highly recommend him for both charity and corporate events“
– Things to Do Guernsey
Time for a business MOT?
Ollie Phillips from Optimist Performance on the importance of a positive attitude in working as a team.
Update on preparation, altitude training and team-building with one month to go until Everest!
Ollie Phillips on how to manage setbacks and guard against complacency in any team.
Examining the fine line between embracing brilliant individuals and building an unbreakable team culture.
The finest teams in elite sport and business have one thing in common: buy-in to a strong culture.
PWC Director Ollie Phillips on Optimist Performance, which he launched in January 2019 to inspire businesses to exceed their potential.
Announcing an exciting new relationship with Sunsail, and taking my sailing to the next level!
I’m delighted to officially launch my new website and a new chapter with my new brand, Optimist Performance.
Dark Horses MD Simon Dent on growing a business and bringing in Ollie to inspire the team.
Reflections on a first visit to Nepal with the Rugby World Cup Trophy Tour, and getting up close and personal with Everest!
A quick re-cap of my City AM scrawls in November and thanks to Michael Lynagh for helping us shine a light on inspirational rugby charity, SKRUM.
Reflections on a month of City AM articles questioning England selection policy and looking ahead to the autumn tests.