Top Leadership Advice
We asked our speakers for their top leadership advice. Here they share some of their wisdom.
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.
Richard Hytner - Managing Up
Leadership, says Richard Hytner, is a collective endeavour. Richard reflects on how the so-called No.2s can still have influence and use that to support the person at the top.
Julia Hobsbawm - Modern Networking
Julia Hobsbawm reveals how the way we network and manage our connections has a big impact on our wellbeing. There is a healthy way to network and Julia reveals how to boost our social health by taking back control of our knowledge, networks and time.
John Knell - The 80 Minute MBA
The 80 Minute MBA covers the core syllabus of an MBA programme in a fun and engaging way and at supersonic speed. Inspire your thinking on key issues around leadership, culture, sustainability and communication.
Andrew McMillan - Customer Excellence
Customer experience reflects a company’s internal culture, personality and brand. Andrew McMillan offers six steps to help your people deliver great customer experiences. It starts with happy and engaged employees.
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.