Good leadership can take many forms, from acts of heroism during combat to helming large multinational companies, successful leaders often use very different approaches in steering teams towards shared goals.
Can great leadership be learned or is it simply innate? The good news for your teams is that experts in behavioural psychology believe that good leadership is something that can be learned through coaching and observing others.
Below are some of JLA’s best keynote speakers on leadership, who have achieved greatness in their fields and are willing to share some of their secrets with your organisation:
Eliza had arguably one of the most important civil service roles in the UK. As Director General of MI5 from 2002 -2007 she oversaw the doubling in size of the UK’s security service and a huge increase in the threat of domestic terrorism. As a keynote speaker on leadership, Eliza imparts her knowledge on what she felt made her an effective leader in the most difficult and high-pressure of environments.
Clive famously guided England to its first ever Rugby World Cup win. In his speeches he highlights the parallels between the worlds of sport and business, proving that innovations on the field, can sometimes have a surprisingly similar impact in a corporate context.
Mandy was the first women to fly in a frontline Tornado squadron in the RAF. In her keynote speeches Mandy gives strong insights into the importance of goal setting and motivation whilst navigating the threat of being shot down by surface to air missiles.
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