Top Leadership Advice
We asked our speakers for their top leadership advice. Here they share some of their wisdom.
Richard Gerver - The Power of Purpose
Purpose is one of the best ways to build trust. If you can empower people and make them feel valued, then you'll be a great leader. Richard shares his ideas on purpose and why it's so important to share a simple, tangible, powerful vision.
John Adair - Lessons in Leadership
What makes a leader? Is everybody capable of being a leader? Questions we ask time and time again, but after a lifetime of examining leadership, John Adair provides definitive answers. He also reveals the key objective that every leader should know.
Ant Middleton - Who Dares Wins
Special forces training is no walk in the park. The rules are strict and they make sure you learn the hard way. Ant Middleton shares the importance of a positive mindset. This is at the core of being a good leader and building effective teams.
Neil Mullarkey - Impact
We need knowledge and technical skill to do our jobs, but it’s the soft skills that really set us apart. Neil shares 7 simple steps for improving our people skills: Learn, Look, Listen, Link, Let, Lighten and how to Leave Well.
Marc Lewis - Creativity School
Marc Lewis believes that we can all be creative. If we remove fear and blame, embrace differences and appreciate the impact of our environment, then organisations can create a culture for new ideas, better solutions and more creative people.
Bernard Hogan-Howe - Courage
Bernard Hogan-Howe reflects on his career as police commissioner at the Met, one of the most high-pressured leadership roles there is. Find out why setting values, being representative and building trust is so important.