Virtual Masterclass: New Times Require New Leaders
COVID-19 has changed the leadership playbook. Our teams require leaders to help us navigate through this new world and come out the other side as stronger individuals, teams and businesses.
Join us from 3PM on Thursday 13 August for our Virtual Masterclass: New Times Require New Leaders, where three incredible speakers will their own stories and experiences to give you an insight into what it will take to be the leader you need to be.
This showcase event is relevant for any business leader or manager, but also for event organisers and meeting planners who curate content for their leadership teams. With a multitude of challenges facing us as we reach the next phase of the pandemic, please feel free to pass this email on to any colleague who could benefit from attending.
Sally Bundock is the host of Business Live on BBC News and BBC World News having previously worked for Bloomberg. Sally has covered many momentous events, including G7 conferences, historic EU summits and the World Economic Forum in Davos, making Sally the perfect host or facilitator for any event.
From a top-notch corporate lawyer who knew nothing about retail to an entrepreneur who turned the Brits from tea lovers into coffee drinkers, Sahar Hashemi has a great story to share as a keynote speaker.
As founder of the UK’s first coffee bar chain, Coffee Republic, which she started with her brother Bobby in 1995 Sahar built it into one of the UK’s most recognised high street brands with 110 bars and a turnover of £30m. Sahar understands entrepreneurial behaviour to the core. Her deep experience in the corporate world starting her career in a city law firm and then seeing her first start-up grow into a big business and since speaking to over 400 big companies about what gets in the way of entrepreneurial behaviour in corporate culture.
She believes what makes start up culture different from corporate culture isn’t the stereotypical football tables and company hoodies. It’s the special connection start up employees have with the business they work in and the customers they serve. This isn't restricted to start-ups.
Rene is one of the world's leading business gurus specialising in leadership, culture and transformation. He shows precisely how contemporary leaders can inspire their people through a powerful and authentic emotional connection, to do the things that others said could not be done.
As well as one of the world’s leading executive coaches, working with some of the Fortune 500’s top CEO’s and their executive teams, he has also actually been Chairman, CEO and MD of blue chip businesses. He speaks with the authority and confidence of the expert practitioner who has seen and experienced it all before.
He is the best-selling author of the leadership and culture bible, 'Corporate Voodoo', and has had the privilege of working closely with some of the world’s best leaders, from former US President Bill Clinton to CEOs of blue chip businesses, including Jim Yong Kim at The World Bank, Ralph Hamers at ING Bank, Mario Greco at Generali and Maria Ramos at Barclays Africa. He has interviewed the good and the great including Jack Welch, Allan Leighton, Lou Gerstner, and Sir Richard Branson. No one ever forgets being at one of his sessions.
Nicky Moffat's leadership keynote speaker insights are drawn from a 27 year career in the Armed Forces, Army Headquarters, the MoD and at the heart of Government.
This includes her work as Army Capability Director, in the rank of Brigadier (and the most senior woman in the Army), Nicky was responsible for the leadership, professional output and standards of 4500 officers and soldiers, and for delivering major business change. Nicky's experience as Private Secretary to the Secretary of State for Defence, during a period of close parlimentary and media scrutiny admist fast moving-operations at home and abroad, complements her success achieved in the military.