Dear Member, SLP and Strategic Alliance Partners,
You are invited to a presentation by:
Going beyond resilience
Mental Fitness, Agility and Strength for Optimal Performance
In 1994 Derrick was shot 14 times in less than 5 seconds with a high-powered semi-automatic rifle. Two years later he returned to full duties, Derrick’s history epitomizes durability Going beyond resilience, Mental Fitness, Agility and Strength for Optimal Performance.
If you would like your staff, or yourself, to sustain optimum performance under pressure, this event is for you
Derrick McManus is an ex-sniper, recovery diver and was trained by the SAS in counter-terrorist tactics. He operated in the SA Police elite Special Task And Rescue (STAR) Group when he was shot 14 times in less than 5 seconds and was lying on the ground for 3 hours before rescue.
After surviving the shooting against all odds, Derrick founded The Australian Centre for Human Durability. Derrick works with high-performance individuals and teams so they believe they too can go behond resilience to sustaining optimal performance, build mental fitness, agility and strength, amplify their ability to manage stress and challenges.
He has overcome more than the average person even before the shooting but that just made him tougher and more determined to succeed. He wants others to be determined to succeed too.
Derrick's life epitomizes Human Durability, and he can teach it to you, watch an overview from Derrick here:https://youtu.be/lSbjn8AZjGA
Wed 4th August 2021, 1.30-5pm
The Police Club 27 Carrington St, Adelaide.
Presentation followed by drinks, nibbles, networking & opportunity to meet Derrick.
1:30pm arrival with drinks and light nibbles: cheese and dips
2:00pm hard start presentation for 90 minutes
3:30pm finish with 15 minutes for questions from the audience
3:45pm drinks, nibbles, networking & opportunity to meet Derrick.
Chapter ManagerEO Adelaide