Online Learning


Online Learning Content

Supporting Employees Globally

Remote Learning 15 Minute Sessions Real-Life Stories Corporate Focus

Why our online content?

Our unique online content consists of ten 15-minute bitesize on-demand videos that share our Lion’s real-life stories wrapped up with practical tips for your leaders and employees to take away and implement in their working and personal lives. It is a well-received add-on to be used between events and allows for consistency and continuity in order to build momentum and create long-lasting culture change.

Access to the content is in the form of a 12m license with unlimited usage – easily transferred onto your own internal platforms so that you can measure engagement and impact. As well as being inclusive in regards to topics covered, it is also available in 9 subtitled languages; English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovenian, Japanese & Chinese (simplified).

The ten incredible diverse Lions and storytellers included are Jonny Benjamin MBE, Victoria Milligan, George Bullard, Lis Cashin, Belton Flournoy, Danny Rahim Jacqui Gavin BEM, Jeremy Connick, Petra Velzeboer and Matt Lindley – whose stories are all wrapped up with practical lessons and tips from Dr Kamel Hothi OBE.

Remote Learning

Our online content embraces technology to support employees anywhere in the world. The ten videos are available to watch on-demand in the comfort of people’s homes.

Support Employees

Each video ignites empathy and emotion alongside practical tips for employees to take away and implement in their personal and professional lives.

Inclusive Topics

Our diverse range of ten Lions and storytellers share their real-life stories on all aspects of wellbeing and inclusion.

“There has been overwhelming positive feedback with many of our employees around the world expressing their enjoyment of the sessions, finding them informative, inspiring and motivational. ”
GSK
Global Inclusion & Diversity Manager

Some of the Lions included in the online content are:

Jonny Benjamin MBE

Jonny's journey began in 2008 when a stranger talked him out of taking his own life on the edge of Waterloo Bridge. Jonny's story is one of hope and recovery. In the series he speaks openly about his experience, his ongoing battle with schizoaffective disorder, coming to terms with being gay and his renowned work within mental health. With his practical tips, Jonny aims to break the stigma surrounding mental illness.

Victoria Milligan

In May 2013 Victoria, her husband Nicko and their 4 children were involved in a speed boat accident which took the lives of Nicko and her 8 year old daughter Emily. Victoria takes the audience on a journey of resilience and growth in light of adversity. Victoria’s sheer determination to overcome her traumatic experiences allowed her to find techniques that grew her inner strength, positivity and appreciation of life.

George Bullard

George Bullard is a world record-breaking explorer and endurance athlete but this all changed on an expedition in 2011 that George will never forget. George takes the audience on a journey of finding purpose and passion in life. George’s style of leadership was tested when crisis struck and he highlights the importance of taking control of a situation, adapting your style of leadership and comforting your team.

Belton Flournoy

Belton’s story is one that clearly demonstrates that attitude is everything going from college drop-out to a senior director in the city today. Belton talks openly about his challenges of being black and gay in a society that was not accepting. His story touches on the importance of promoting inclusion in workplaces, overcoming imposter syndrome and developing determination to succeed when challenges hit.

Lis Cashin

Lis Cashin is a best-selling author, TEDx speaker and mental health consultant who shares her story of a major trauma that she experienced when she accidentally killed a friend during a sports day event at 13 years old. Lis acknowledges how her destructive behaviours were a mask for her inner shame. Lis talks about the importance of kindness, building trust and how to prioritise the mental health of ourselves and others.

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