The KPMG PDP is for today, tomorrow and the future
A sporting career can be an extremely rewarding one, but the transition to life after sport can be hard.
The KPMG approach is about working with athletes throughout their sporting careers, with focus on increasing the on-field performance, personal development, welfare, and overall well-being.
Our positioning is made unique by including a performance related element and combining this with education and personal development. By doing this the programme connects to every athlete regardless of where they are in their career trajectory.
Other programmes in the world generally focus on preparing for life after sport, and as such are only for athletes nearing their retirement or those who have just retired.
The KPMG approach is significantly different in the way it addresses the challenge of preparing for life after sport, regardless of how far away that may be. The research underpinning this programme shows improved performance and outcomes both on and off the field for athletes engaged in personal development programmes.
By translating these findings into our personal development programme, KPMG are enabling improved outcomes not just for individuals, but also clubs and teams.
We have demonstrated that time spent on all-round development is not a distraction that reduces today’s sporting performance, but in fact the opposite is true - Self-development and preparation for the future enhances today’s performance.
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