The Duke of Sussex is on the star-studded lineup of speakers for BetterUp's upcoming conferencePhoto: BETTERUP

Prince Harry’s Next Big Appearance Following Book Release Announced

The first public appearance made by Prince Harry since Spare, his memoir, was published worldwide, is now scheduled.

The 38-year-old Duke of Sussex will present at the Uplift summit of the coaching and mental health organization in March, according to a BetterUp announcement made on Thursday. He will talk about “purpose, performance, and human transformation” with Issa Rae, David Chang, Robin Arzón, Adam Grant, and others, according to a statement from BetterUp.



The conference is scheduled for March 7 and 8 and offers free online registration. Since March 2021, Prince Harry has held the position of Chief Impact Officer for the coaching platform. He accepted the position after leaving his senior royal position and moving to California with his wife, Meghan Markle.

The Duke of Sussex’s participation in the two-day summit marks his first public appearance since the release of Spare on January 10. While reflecting on the tragic death of his mother Princess Diana, his military service in Afghanistan, and his adult therapy sessions, Prince Harry wrote candidly about his mental health throughout the text.

In an exclusive interview with PEOPLE the week the book was published, Prince Harry stated that one of the main causes that motivate him today is advocating for mental wellness.




Prince Harry revealed to PEOPLE, when asked to list the roles by which he defines himself, “In addition to being a veteran, environmentalist, and mental health advocate, I am first and foremost a husband and a father. I’m aware of my desire to live a life of service to others and to set a positive example for my children.”

The upcoming BetterUp event will be the Duke of Sussex’s second in recent months. Harry showed up unexpectedly at the company’s Masters of Scale Summit in San Francisco in October 2022. He took the stage for a discussion with BetterUp CEO Alexi Robichaux and businessman Reid Hoffman titled “The Mental Game.”


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Prince Harry said in video footage that PEOPLE was the only outlet to receive “I never, ever, ever imagined that I would be standing on this stage and stating that both therapy and coaching can change your life. The more people we can spread that message to, the better.”

So from a BetterUp perspective, what we’re trying to do right now — the goal — is the democratization of coaching to ensure that we can spread it widely, the CIO continued.

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