Videos from Wavelength’s Oxygen Event

We asked the participants of Oxygen 2017 – “What’s the biggest challenge facing leaders today?” and “The shit’s hitting the van – what keeps you going?” See what they said in these 2 videos.

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Last November Wavelength held a gathering of leaders from large corporates, social businesses, community-based organisations and charities who are united in a desire to change the world for the better for business but know that it’s bloody hard!

Amongst our attendees were the fabulous Renaissance Foundation who created these two videos from the event.

About Wavelength
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 Media Group, Eden Project, Jaguar Landrover, BBC, Centrica and Eli Lilly are on our wavelength.

Find out more about Wavelength here.


Some of the people featured in these videos are part of Wavelength’s SpeakersHub. To view their full biographies, find links to videos, and to book them to speak at your own event please click on the links below:

Peter Keen, Director of Sport Advancement, Loughborough University & former Performance Director, UK Sport

Sir Martin Narey, Former CEO Barnardos and Former Director General of the Prison Service

Zella King, Executive Fellow at Henley Business School and Founding Director of Personal Boardroom

Adrian Simpson, Chief Connecter and co-founder of Wavelength

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