“Working with Sarah was an absolute dream”


  • Only 2 in 5 employees are working at peak performance (Deloitte 2017)

  • 90% of businesses understand having an employee wellbeing engagement plan impacts profitability and success (Dale Carnegie white paper 2013)

“The biggest asset your organisation has is its people; the biggest asset they have is their health and wellbeing – so it makes good business sense to look after it.”

–  Investors in People

I understand the challenge to engage your individuals and teams with innovative and actionable content is ever present and with reporting on employee wellbeing now seen as a requirement rather than a ‘nice to have,’ the pressure is on to bring a fresh approach to the board room and beyond.

My love of people and communicating with an audience have naturally brought me to speaking with a style that is down to earth, relatable and always authentic. I use humour and create laugh out loud moments where necessary to create a relaxed, open and happy environment.

My willingness to share my own experiences and ongoing personal development with honesty and vulnerability makes me hugely relatable and able to strongly connect with an audience.

I want to share what I have learnt and make powerful, impactful experiences which audience members can action the moment they leave the room.


SHARON MILLS, The Prince’s Trust


I am available for speaking and workshop gigs to enhance corporate wellbeing programs, media, PR and corporate events.

I'm passionate about sharing advice, insight, motivation and inspiration on how we can celebrate who we are. I want everyone to recognise how powerful their uniqueness is and through self celebrating increase their confidence and self esteem.

Whether it’s bringing an impactful new perspective to your graduate recruits or your senior team that will challenge, inspire and delight please do not hesitate to get in touch.


Self- celebration: The Essentials

In this lecture style workshop I introduce the whole idea of self-celebration: what it is, why it’s important and how it works. I want every member of your team to leave with an action plan of uplifting tips which they can start using and following immediately.

Accepting and Learning About the Parts of Yourself you Don’t Like

We all have something we would love to change or improve and so many of us get stuck at the first hurdle, acceptance. Through this talk your staff will explore and navigate the bits of themselves that have been holding them back and leave empowered with self-celebration and the motivation to make changes they want.

Finding Your Thing

I found my thing, let’s talk about you finding yours. Self- celebrating all the way along.

Navigating the Changes You Want to Make

We all want to be a bit better. We want to improve, we want to make changes and we want to move forward. But change is hard and it’s scary, so we wait. This talk gives tips and advice on how to support your team through the shifts and how to practice self- celebration when it’s a tricky time.

In the Now All the Time

This is an inspiring session on how to not worry about the future and leave the past to create the life you want here in present. Self- celebration is rooted in existing in the present and really honouring who we are right now. I want everyone in your workplace to leave with this important message and also how to action it.

I am open, and very happy to, create bespoke talks and workshops absolutely focussed on your specific needs and the message you need your audience to walk away with.

If you have an idea of what you'd like to communicate to your audience please don't hesitate to contact me.

I also offer a range of bespoke ceremonies to mark and honour any occasion including corporate anniversaries, awards ceremonies and business achievements.

I have extensive experience of hosting and compering all kinds of events and most recently hosted An Audience With… in front of an audience of over 3000 people. I am a Celebrity Ambassador for The Prince’s Trust and host their annual charity Polo Day.

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