Jeremy has the combined experience of being a successful International cricketer and coach to provide innovative performance ideas for teams and leaders. He has the ability to draw upon real life examples from his playing and coaching career which are underpinned by his Master's Degree in Sport Psychology.
Jeremy has worked with some very successful corporate clients delivering team culture, leadership and executive coaching programmes. On the sporting front Jeremy has held roles as Performance Coach to the South African Cricket Team as well as Shane Warne's victorious Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League. Jeremy also supported Alan Pardew at Crystal Palace and was part of the coaching team when they reached the FA Cup Final in 2016.
Jeremy has rapidly become one of the most recognised names in sport psychology, offering key insights to national newspapers, Sky Sports and BBC Radio 5 Live.
In 2013 Jeremy joined the LMA as a Non-Executive Director to support their leadership and management programmes.
Jeremy's unique expertise and ability to make sense of complex areas of performance is now yours to share. He is available as a keynote speaker across the globe.
Jeremy Snape Speaker Profile (PDF)
|Video: Highlights - Keynote speech at Ahead of the Game Sky & FT Event||Photo: Q+A with Andrew Strauss at a PCA Breakfast event in London||Photo: Interviewing Sir Alex Ferguson at the LMA Annual Management Conference 2015||Photo: Jeremy with Paul McGinley, following Paul's exclusive Sporting Edge interview.||Photo: Keynote speech at DeMontfort University||Photo: Giving a keynote speech to business delegates at Societe Generale in Paris||Photo: Interviewing Mike Atherton at Ahead of the Game Sky & FT Event||Photo: Coaching the South Africa Cricket Team||Photo: Interviewing cyclist Mark Cavendish on stage for a client Q+A session||Video: Jeremy being interviewed at Wimbledon for Sky Sports||Photo: Interviewing Hugh Morris (MD of Cricket England) at a business seminar at Lord's||Photo: Jeremy and Shane Warne at a post-match press conference||Photo: Jeremy playing cricket for England|