The Exec’s Guide to Nutrition & High Performance | Tuesday, 16th February 2021 | Online
  • The Exec's Guide to Nutrition & High Performance

  • Tuesday, 16th February 2021
  • 12:55 - 14:00
  • Location: Online
  • Registration Closed

For many of us, the last 12 months have taken its toll both physically and mentally and certainly also in terms of what we’ve consumed. Most endeavour to lead a ‘relatively’ healthy lifestyle, as the saying goes ‘healthy body and healthy mind’. However, we are also only human and as such we require releases, comforts and vices, and that’s perfectly fine too! Every now and again, it’s always good to take stock and review the way that we fuel our bodies and of course our minds.


During this Digital Boardroom we will cover:

• Harnessing stress to enhance performance.

• The impact of exercise on wellbeing.

• How food can improve focus and memory.

• The devastating effects of sleep deprivation.

Our Expert

Jason Jackson MSc, Director of Nutrition at the ACA and Academy Nutritionist at Millwall FC

Jason is the Academy Nutritionist at Millwall Football Club, Director of Nutrition at the Advanced Coaching Academy (an evidence-based learning resource for personal trainers), a Master of Science in sports and exercise nutrition and registered nutritionist with SENr, the performance-orientated division of the British Dietetic Association.   In his role as educator, Jason delivers seminars on performance and wellbeing throughout the UK, from Scotland to the south coast. Jason consults for the NHS on obesity strategy, delivering GP residential training courses at Barts Health and West Sussex NHS trusts. Corporate clients include Coutts, RBS, EBRD, BP, All Saints, Indeed, McCann and The Ned.   In 2019, Jason delivered the opening keynote on the Nutrition and Training 101 stage at BodyPower, by far the UK's biggest fitness event. Jason lectures on fat loss and body composition at St Mary’s and Glasgow Caledonian universities, as well as delivering seminars and workshops in London, Glasgow, Manchester and Nottingham.

Event Chair: Graeme Hackland, CIO, Williams F1 Team

A highly experienced business leader with a proven track record of delivering cost effective, reliable technology-enabled change, to industry standards. A highly effective communicator with senior management, colleagues; media; industry analysts, sponsors and their guests.
Achievements include: delivering £MM projects which contribute to company success on time and budget, establishing IT Risk Management and improving governance; productivity and service efficiencies.