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| Sep 18, 2015

Cleveland Indians Manager, Terry Francona and Philadelphia Eagles EVP of Football Operations, Howie Roseman are the latest additions to the Leaders Sport Performance Summit in London this November bringing great experience but also a great energy to the stage.

Howie Roseman is in his 16th season in Philadelphia and his first as the team’s executive vice president of football operations after being named to the post on January 2, 2015. Roseman previously served as the team’s general manager from 2010-14. When Roseman was hired in 2010 at the age of 34, he was the youngest person to be named GM in the NFL in the last 30 years. In his role, Roseman directs contract negotiations, salary cap management and NFL strategic matters while also overseeing the team’s medical, equipment, video and security staffs. It’s the job of a top coach to not only manage some of the world’s best athletes on an individual basis, but also make sure they work and gel together in a team. Howie’s session will explore how to create team chemistry with a group of exceptional athletes.

Terry Francona is the current Manager of the MLB’s Cleveland Indians, and also the former Manager of the Boston Red Sox, where he won two World Series titles in 2004 and 2007. He was an immediate success in Boston, and won the title in his first year after being appointed – the first World Series win since 1918 for the Red Sox. He is one of the most successful Managers in MLB, with his 1,206 wins ranking him fourth amongst the current active Managers and he has guided his teams to at least 90 season wins on seven occasions, the most among current Managers. He also won the Manager of the Year award in the 2013/14 campaign. Terry will share his insight into what it takes to be successful game after game, and year after year.

In addition to this session, the Leaders Sport Performance Summit will showcase insights from the likes of 2006 Ballon d’Or Winner and Italian World Cup Winning Captain, Fabio Cannavaro and other global performance practitioners such as, Deputy Chairman Worlwide of Saatchi & Saatchi, Richard Hytner, Mental Skills Program chief at Chicago Cubs, Ken Ravizza, Head of Recruitment and Analysis at Tottenham Hotspur FC, Paul Mitchell and many more.

The Leaders Sport Performance Summit London will host 600 of the industry’s most influential practitioners to share insights and spark discussions that will help shape the future of sport. If you are interested in attending please contact one of the team by clicking the enquire button below:

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