Frank Dick has a history of excellence in sports coaching. For over 20 years, Frank led many individual athletes and teams to podium. Due to his excessive experience in coaching, Frank is naturally an excellent speaker. Most recently and perhaps most tellingly Frank Dick was ‘The Coach of Coaches’ working with the coaches of Team GB’s elite athletes for the 2012 Olympic Games. It’s no surprise that many organisations retain Frank Dick as their their main motivational speaker.
Under the influence and management of Frank as Director of Coaching of the British Athletics Federation, Great Britain and Northern Ireland Athletics became a power to be recognized in world athletics through stars like Sally Gunnell, Paula Radcliffe, David Moorcroft, Sebastian Coe, and Daley Thompson. Frank coached the UK relay team from 1978 to 1994 and the team won a medal every year during these years including Olympic, World, European and Commonwealth games.
Dick also coached brilliant individual athletes such as Justin Rose, Katrina Witt, and Boris Becker. While helping athletes to be the best in the world, Frank has explored how talent can turn into success with right kind of motivation. It is this ability that Frank uses as a motivational speaker to communicate with his audience. Frank usually speaks about his observations while coaching Olympic winning individuals and teams.
Frank is the current Chairman of Scottish Athletics, President of the European Athletics Coaches Association, Member of the IAAF Coaches Commission and Chairman of the IAAF Academy.
Six Keynote Speaking Presentations
“We have been running conferences all over the world and the feedback has shown Frank’s presentation to be the best many people have ever seen.”
'To say you understood our requirements and your messages resonated with the team would be a serious understatement. In my experience the impact of guest speakers in your arena tends to dissipate very quickly when the troops get back to work, but I feel very confident that your extraordinary talented delivery will make its mark permanently.'
'The feedback from Frank’s speech has been incredibly positive; I have yet to find anyone who didn’t take away something from his words. His wisdom, experience and humour came together to form several powerful messages about individual and team performance.'