In June 2018 join us as we visit Airbnb, The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, GE, WL Gore & Associates, Silicon Valley Bank, Rocket Space - the valley’s leading tech campus where Uber and Spotify began - and Umpqua Bank. Read more.
Our intention is to change the world for the better through business
Experiential learning is at the very heart of what we do.
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Wavelength is a world-class leadership company. We aim to make the world better through business, by enabling ambitious leaders to develop their connectivity, knowledge and resilience. We understand the key issues facing companies today: employee engagement, service excellence, social innovation, digital disruption, leadership resilience and change management. Our unique programmes and insider access to progressive and inspiring organisations offer a radically different model for learning and tangible return on investment.
That’s why companies such as The Guardian, Unilever, Dyson, BBC, Centrica and Eli Lilly are on our wavelength.
What we do
Connect is our leadership programme that inspires, develops and connects leaders whose professional paths would not normally cross. With clients from large corporates, social enterprises, charities and the public sector, we bring together a diverse community of top leaders to learn alongside and from each other.Find out more
Is your organisation looking for external insight and stimulus?
Do your leaders need to be provoked around the macro themes disrupting your business?
Do you need to inspire your audience around the challenges facing businesses today?Find out more
Wavelength gives you unique opportunities to get inside some of the world’s most pioneering and successful businesses and, in America, into the heart of the digital revolution in Silicon Valley. Our week-long study tours explores innovation, service excellence, employee engagement and digital disruption – and we help our clients experience it all first-hand.Find out more
Here’s where you can find out what’s going on in Wavelength’s eco-system and the interesting conversations we think are important right now. Some of our favourites are below: