Author and journalist, George Anders has been hunting for leadership guideposts on surviving tough times for years – his hunt finally paid off at On Your Marks 2013 (part of our Connect programme) when he found inspirational speaker Sir Martin Narey. Click to read George’s …
What your leadership style? How to you keep your resilience when the going gets tough? How do you create ‘follow-ship’ in your team? Check out the posts below to find out more.
As Connect 2013 is about to get underway, your head is probably brimming with questions and challenges for the year ahead. Hear from some of our esteemed speakers of previous years on the principles by which they do business following the best advice they’ve ever received.
Lord Puttnam has worked in film, advertising, and as an agent to photographers. He chaired Columbia Pictures and the National Film and Television School. Here he presents his “7 rules”.
Jude Kelly was amongst a fantastic line-up of speakers that joined us at our ‘On Your Marks’ event, part of our Wavelength Connect 2012 programme. Here she shares her punchy and provocative tips on how to be a good leader. Drawing on her wealth of experience as Artistic Director of the Southbank Centre one thing she encourages leaders is to embrace dilema – art is full of dilema and nuance – don’t run from it.
Sir Martin Narey, former CEO of Barnardos and Former Director General of the Prison Service shares his leadership tips – how to say thank you, love loneliness and being OK with self-doubt.
Greg Dyke is Chairman of the British Film Institute and former Director General of the BBC. In this short video Greg talks about how to get things done as a leader. He touches on the introduction of Freeview and a referee’s yellow card with “Cut the Crap” written on it. This card was distributed to employees in the BBC with the intention of making meetings more meaningful.
Emmanuel Faber is COO of Groupe Danone, an organisation with 101,000 employees. In this video he shares his philosophy on freedom, the dangers of becoming ‘trapped by the system’, and how he ensures he keeps growing and looking at the next step forward.