Becoming A Leader

Lesson One:

Sir Clive Woodward - Back To Work Leadership Strategy (Q&A with Chris Brindley MBE)

Helping you prepare a 10 Point Plan to Manage Your Business & Support Your Returning Workforce. An expert and high tech strategy helped Sir Clive, coach the England rugby team to victory in the 2003 Rugby World Cup.

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Lesson Two:

Henry Rose Lee - How To Attract High Performing Young Talent

Henry Rose Lee is one of the few experts in Inter-Generational Diversity, the Emerging Science & Management Skill of maximising engagement, collaboration and productivity within & across the five distinct generations in today's workplace.

Key takeaways:

  • Understand the Inter-generational groups
  • Learn what attracts Millennials and Gen Z to companies
  • How to build relationships with young talent
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Lesson Three:

René Carayol MBE - Nothing is Best Done Alone Anymore

René Carayol is a leading authority on Leadership and Inclusion.

He discusses how the days of the ‘lone wolf’ lead sales person are long gone. Great players don’t win trophies, great teams win trophies. Everybody needs to be part of the team.

Key takeaways:

  • Recognising strength in diversity
  • Understanding how collaboration can strengthen your workforce
  • Being a great leader to create a more good leaders
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Lesson Four:

Chris Brindley MBE - Leadership is a Journey

Leadership is a journey and starts with leading self, moving to leading others, leading leaders, through to leading a unit, a business and maybe a group of businesses. What skills are needed to start, what do we need to acquire along the way and what skills, if any, may need to be 'unlearnt'? This session includes established leadership tools to enable a leader to achieve success at any level in business.

Key takeaways:

  • Leading Self 
  • Leading Others
  • Leading a Business
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Lesson Five:

Phil Jones MBE - Transitioning to the Top

During the webinar talk, Phil will detail some of the key elements from his career transitioning from salesperson, to sales leader to overall leader within a large technology business. Many might have the ambition to make it to the top but fall short along the way. Phil will explain the transitions you will need to make as a sales professional to get you in the best possible shape to take the top seat.

Key takeaways:

  • Understand the changes you’ll need to make if you want to make it to be MD
  • Understand what may be holding you back from being considered for the top job
  • Understand how to structure your development to give you the best possible trajectory for a board or senior role
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Lesson Six:

Dr. Graeme Codrington - Navigating the Future of Work

Graeme Codrington is a Futurist, Scenario Planner, Speaker, Author & Unlearner! He is the co-founder and international director of TomorrowToday Global, a global firm of futurists and business strategists.

Graeme looks at how disruptive forces change how people, live, work, interact and connect with each other.

Key takeaways:

  • Learn to respond to disruption and keep experimenting
  • How to lead in a world of change
  • The importance of building adaptability into our 2021 plan
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Lesson Seven:

Caspar Berry - GREAT CALL: Decision Making in This New Age of Uncertainty

Caspar Berry - Cambridge Alumni, Commissioned Screen Writer, Professional Poker Player and Keynote Speaker.

Before graduating from Cambridge, Berry had two feature films and numerous TV scripts produced. He walked away from the media industry in 2000 and made the somewhat insane decision to become a professional poker player in Vegas. After three years of successfully playing the poker circuit, he gave it up to come back to England and set up a video production company in the Northeast.

As a result of this transfer of knowledge he started delivering this material to businesses - using poker to unlock the usually dry and mathematical world of risk and decision-making.

Key takeaways:

  • Understanding uncertainty
  • How uncertainty affects your business
  • How to manage uncertainty for success
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Lesson Eight:

Steve Simpson - Culture Shock

Steve is the creator of the 'UGRs' (unwritten ground rules) concept, used by companies across the world to understand and strategically improve their workplace cultures.

Steve has worked in-house with a range of organisations on different continents over extended periods of time, including McLaren Automotive and Next in the UK, Kmart Australia and New Zealand, and Noble Systems in the US. He knows the pitfalls, traps, objections and issues that emerge when people are challenged to re-think the ‘way we do things around here’.

Steve is the author and co-author of multiple books and has recently been recognised by Professional Speakers Australia as Australian Educator of the Year Award.

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Lesson Nine:

Richard Newman - Executive Presence - How the Most Effective Leaders Communicate

Richard is an award-winning expert in communication and influence. His team published one of the largest research studies ever carried out on communication and influence. The results showed that you can convince 42% more people and boost your leadership ratings by 44% by making simple changes to your communication style.

Key takeaways:

  • Learn how your body language affects your presentation
  • Discover how to make your ideas happen and influence people
  • Inspire and motivate those around you
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Lesson Ten:

Karen Blackett OBE - Know Yourself, Know Your Customer

Karen is an avid champion of diversity and has been consistently delivering business growth and success during her 22-year career in media.

In this session Karen will focus on two areas that are vital to establishing successful relationships: self-awareness and understanding your customer.

Key takeaways:

  • Understand the importance of authenticity 
  • Explore how to build trust with customers
  • Learn what customers want to hear
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