Top Leadership Advice
We asked our speakers for their top leadership advice. Here they share some of their wisdom.
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David Taylor - NLP Stripped Bare
David Taylor tells us more about NLP and why it is useful. He reveals his top tips for being more influential and motivating others in this interview with the London Business Forum.
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.
Graham Allcott - Get it Done
What is a Productivity Ninja and how can you become one? Graham Allcott reveals the top barriers to productivity and how we can overcome them. His top tips are a great way to assess your approach to work and make changes to get things done.
Simon Lancaster - Presentation Secrets
You cannot be a great leader without being a great communicator. If you want to engage people, the best thing to do is speak to their emotions. Simon provides 3 principles to help you win over hearts and minds.
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.
Adrian Webster - Motivate
What is it you want from a leader? Someone who cares, gives you time and is human. Adrian provides great tips for leaders and managers. He explores how to conquer complacency and transform your team into a happy, winning crew.