UK Events

Our next event takes place in India on 13th December

About UK Events

Every year Maynard Leigh facilitate several events. On 22nd September this year Maynard Leigh held its annual breakfast seminar at the Playhouse Theatre in London's West End. 

Topic:

'What Do You Do When You Don't Know What To Do?' - The Art of Adaptive Leadership in a Crazy World.

This was the second Maynard Leigh breakfast seminar in the 'Free the Talent' campaign. 

HOW DO YOU LEAD WHEN...

YOU'RE LOST IN A FOG OF COMPLEXITY, 

YOU'RE GOING THROUGH TURBULENT TIMES WITHOUT A SEAT-BELT,

THE VELOCITY OF THE WORLD IS MATCHED ONLY BY ITS VOLATILITY?

You can't do what you've always done.

Running around even faster won't do it either. So 'What Do You Do'?

This seminar explained Maynard Leigh's 6 principles of: 'Knowing What To Do When You Don't Know What To Do'.

In business or in our lives in general, we have all had moments when we have had to face uncertainty or chaos, and yet somehow the human spirit rises above and we find a way through. 

Our seminar explored the art of creative leadership in a complex and chaotic world. The seminar offered leaders a methodology that helps to cut through the clutter and deliver adaptive leadership to the heart of their organisations. 

Guest Speakers Included: Dr Alan Knight OBE of the world's largest steel company, ArcelorMittal. Alan coordinates and advises the CR and sustainability strategy across the globe. He recently was named as a President Clinton’s Global Citizen for his work helping to coordinate the private sector's response to the 2014/15 - Ebola pandemic in west Africa. Previous roles include leading CR and sustainability for B&Q, SABMiller, the Virgin Group and Business in the Community.

And, Jude Kelly CBE - Artistic Director of the Southbank Centre. Jude Kelly founded Solent People's Theatre, Battersea Arts Centre, and was the founding director of West Yorkshire Playhouse.  In 1997, Jude was awarded an OBE for services to theatre and in 2015 she was made a CBE for services to the Arts. In 2002 Jude founded Metal, where artistic hunches can be pursued in community contexts. She created the WOW - Women of the World Festival in 2011, and it is now in its 6th year at Southbank Centre as well as taking place in other parts of the UK and in other countries all over the world.

The adjacent video captures the highlights from the most recent London seminar...

For more information about our upcoming events or if you would like us to facilitate one of your events, please contact us. 

Unlocking Potential

"It totally exceeded my expectations. Very hands-on with many techniques to help manage the process of presenting. Really like the way the course put the audience at the heart of the presentation."

Rochelle Jayawardena, Centaur Media

"The benefit and effect was tremendous. It was definitely worth every penny we invested, they are state of the art in what they do."

Brano Hosek, Senior Expert of Group Performance Development Deutsche Telekom

"So today I completed my first presentation, WOW! I couldn't believe how much I enjoyed it. My nerves were controlled, I used lots of pauses to great effect and most importantly for me; I handled Q&A with ease. I can’t thank you enough for the two days. I would very much describe it as 'one big life changing moment' that will make a huge professional difference but most importantly, will help me be the best person I can."

Simon Dennis, Manager Wickes

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